Canine Communication Workshop Sessions

Have you ever wondered what your dog is really saying? Do you sometimes wonder when you dog greets another are they excited, anxious or stressed? Do you encounter other dogs on your walks and are not sure how to greet them? Dog's lives can be made so much richer and rewarding by understanding how they signal or talk to each other.

Our Canine Communication Workshop Sessions are designed to be interactive and to assist you - the fur-parent to learn about your dog's communication signals. We will take you through the signals and demonstrate how you can apply these signals to your everyday situations. Whether it is a wonderful person who is passionate about Happy, Healthy and Safe dog interactions..

Golden Gate Hotel - The Coventry Room

238 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne - Tue 25 Feb 2020. MAP

  • Registration 6:30pm and mingle time
  • Workshop from 7pm - 9pm

Maximum of 40 adult participants

Inclusions

  • Note this is an adult only event and sorry dogs are now allowed at the workshop.
  • All adults must be 18 years or over.
  • Conducted by a professionally qualified Canine Communication Consultant
  • Plenty of time to discuss, ask questions and explore with other like minded folks.
  • Glass sparkling on arrival and Tea/Coffee throughout.
  • Gift Bag and note pad

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What you will take away is a sound understanding of Canine Communication Signals,  how to interpret them with your dog and how to utilise them in everyday situations like barking at the door, greeting other dogs and safely interacting in a dog park.

Topics covered include:

    1. Fundamentals of communication and why we humans do it differently to dogs.
    2. Learning with from your dog's perspective
    3. Listening with your eyes - the power of observation
    4. Don't blame the messenger - what are dogs telling us?
    5. Canine Communication Signals - what are they and how do humans learn to use them.
    6. Using the signals to assist your dog in everyday situations
    7. Practical examples of how the knowing the signals can assist with the 'barking door bells', greeting other dogs on a walk, jumping to say hello, outside noise barking and more.

Kerry is the founder of Gourmet Pawprints and has an international recognised Diploma in Canine Communication (and was actually the first person to complete this course in the world with Canine Principles).

Kerry also has a Bachelor of Science Degree, Graduate Diploma in Marketing and Masters of Business Administration and many years working with strategic communication.

I was important to Kerry to complete a course that was scientifically based and focused on the dog's needs not just 'training' them to do what we humans want them to do. 

Gourmet Pawprints requires 7 days notice to transfer the booking to an alternative person.

Sorry no refunds once booked.

This session is for adults over the age of 18 and sorry no dogs are allowed at these sessions.

Full Terms and Conditions HERE