Much of our attention on canine behavior has focused on visual signals – and given their importance in the behavior and training of domestic dogs, that’s a good thing. However, the world of sound – how dogs use it and how it affects them – is extremely important in maintaining their wellbeing and responsiveness to people. In this webinar directed especially toward shelters and rescue groups, we’ll talk about:
You’ll leave this webinar with an enhanced understanding of one of the most important senses in a dog’s world, (not to mention your own!), what recent research tells us about this important aspect of a dog’s environment, and how to use your own voice to communicate with dogs as effectively as possible.
Credit: 1 CEU for Certified Behavior Consultants. To receive credit after you watch the full recording, email your CCPDT membership number to ASPCApro with the webinar name. ASPCApro will submit CCPDT information once per month.
Time: Anytime! Anywhere! Just click here to watch for FREE!
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"The Education of Will delves deep into the minds of people and dogs, and into the effects of trauma, showing that healing is possible. McConnell gives a voice to those who can’t speak in words and provides hope for fearful animals everywhere."
—Temple Grandin, author of Animals Make Us Human and Animals in Translation.