We love our dogs, but it’s not always easy to tell what they’re thinking! Dogs communicate primarily through their body language, and we aren’t always attuned to picking up the small signals and cues they use to talk to us. Canine psychology has come a long way in helping us to understand what our dogs are saying, and we’re all getting better at working on the same wavelength.
This workshop will cover the basics of canine body language; we’ll discuss how to identify and interpret what your dog is saying both to you and to other dogs on a daily basis, and how that information can help you when training and living with your dog. We will look at a variety of videos and photographs, with plenty of time for discussion and questions!
Date & Time: Monday 11th January 2016, 6:30 – 8:00pm
Venue: Milnsbridge, Huddersfield (indoor)
Cost: £20 per person
Please note this is a theory workshop, and so only humans are invited to attend. (Your dog is already well informed!). All the information presented is based on the latest canine behavioural research and we will provide links to resources that will help you pursue further reading.