Visual Communication

RELATED BLOGS FROM "THE OTHER END OF THE LEASH"

Great Photo of "Hard Eye," & What to Do When You See It January 2017

A New Look at Play Bows April 2016

Applied Ethology: Translations and Mis-Translations  February 2014

If I Only Had a Tail...  December 2013

Dognition Canine Assessment Tests  March 2013

Play Bows as Meta-Communication - Video Analysis - December 2012

Non-Traditional Cues  Part I, Part II - October 2012

Video Analysis: What's Up with Willie and the Tongue Flicking?  Part I, Part II - September 2012

Clever Hans Revisited  March 2012

Super Normal Sign Stimuli  July 2011

"Guilty Dog" Viral Video  April 2011

Do Dogs Inherently Understand Pointing Gestures?  Part I, Part II - October 2010

Dogs Can Sign Too  August 2010

Do Dogs Recognize our Facial Expressions  August 2010

Tail Wags Translated  May 2010

Feisty Fido, Prompts and Lures in Dog Training  June 2009

Horse and Dog Training - Similarities  February 2009

Learning from a Dog's Perspective  January 2009

Visual Signals before Acoustic?  August 2008

Visual Signals Don't Have to be Big if they are Relevant  August 2008

 

ARTICLES ABOUT HOW DOGS USE VISUAL COMMUNICATION

Caution. Your dog is watching.

Point Taken: Have dogs evolved to follow our lead?

Lessons from Sheepdogs: The source of a lifetime of learning

 

RELATED DOG TRAINING BOOKS & DVDS

         

Go Back to "Training Your Dog"

Go Back to "Learn About Dog Behavior & Health"

Shop

Clear and engaging, Patricia's books & DVDs are invaluable resources for professionals and dog lovers alike.  If your dog could, she'd beg you to click here and check them out.

Trisha's Blog

Join thousands of dog lovers around the world in an ongoing inquiry about canine behavior, and follow the adventures of Patricia (2 legs), Willie, Maggie, & Tootsie (4 legs), and a very spoiled flock of sheep.

Events

Where in the world is Patricia?  Click below to learn when & where one of the most requested speakers in the country will be speaking next.  (Don't forget to come up and say hi!)

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING