Become fluent in all things dog by joining Patricia in her newest seminar on the sensory life of dogs. Learn how they use scent, sound and vision to communicate with their best friends, whether human or canine. You can look forward to:
Understanding what it’s like to “see” the world with your nose
Knowing how to “talk dog” so that they REALLY understand you
Becoming an expert at reading visual signals
Some of the field’s most exciting research on canine behavior
We may be best friends, but people and dogs don’t always speak the same language. However, you can become fluent in all things dog by joining Patricia in a full-day seminar on how dogs communicate with their best friends, whether human or canine. You’ll develop an understanding of what it’s like to “see” the world with your nose, learn how to talk to your dog so that he truly understands you, and become an expert at reading visual signals. Chock full of research with practical applications to training and communicating with your dog, this seminar DVD will teach you to “speak” dog like a native.
Who Should Buy
This DVD will not only help you communicate effectively with your dog, it will help you understand how your dog perceives the world differently than you. Full of information about how dogs use their noses, their eyes and their voices, this DVD is sure to enhance your relationship with your dog.
This is Patricia’s most recent seminar (recorded in January, 2012), and it is chock full of information that every professional needs to know. From how to use your voice to effectively influence your dog’s behavior, to how to distinguish appropriate from inappropriate play between dogs, this full-day seminar contains text and numerous videos that are both applicable to one’s practice and intellectually interesting to anyone in the field. A must for any professional’s shelf.
Here’s a great way to update your knowledge of behavior without having to attend an out-of-town seminar. Watch segments of the DVD during breaks (when you can get them!) and get ahead of the competition by staying updated on the latest research related to canine behavior.
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Publisher: McConnell Publishing Ltd.
Video Taped and Edited: Tawzer Dog Videos
DVD Release Date: May 2012
Location: Full day seminar in Orlando, FL
Number of Discs: 3 DVDs
Run Time: 5 HRS 27 MIN