How to Identify Aggression Before It Happens – Live Webinar

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Dogs come with a complex language system installed in their DNA, and when you know what to look for, you can prevent aggressive incidents before they ever happen.

Interpreting dog body language can be one of the first steps in better understanding your dog’s aggressive behavior. Dogs can’t tell us how they are feeling so instead they use the position of their tails, ears, eyes, weight and other body language cues to communicate what is happening for them on the inside.

Dog body language and communication are a foreign language to us humans. In this webinar, we will teach you how to read “dog” so that you will have a clearer idea about what your dog (or any dog!) is trying to say with her body language.

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The primary way that dogs communicate is through an intricate set of cues most often called “Dog Body Language”.

Dogs are BORN with this system of communication pre-installed at the factory, meaning it’s deep in their DNA, and dogs (and their wild ancestors) have been refining this communication systems for thousands of years.

It would be SO MUCH EASIER if dogs could tell us how they are feeling … but they can’t, so the second best option is that we learn to understand their language.

There are some “BIG” signals that most people can easily see, and then there are the more subtle and intricate signals that take a little more time to learn to observe like position of a dog’s ears, eyes, mouth, and weight shift.

Dog body language and communication are a foreign language to us humans. In this webinar, we will teach you how to read “dog” so that you will have a clearer idea about what your dog (or any dog!) is trying to communicate.
 
There are so many misunderstandings when it comes to how humans interpret what dogs are saying vs. what dogs actually mean:
 
🤔 Is the dog who is rolling over on his back really asking for a belly rub?
 
🤔 Is a wagging tail really an indicator of friendliness?
 

🤔 Is a dog who is sniffing a hand really consenting to an interaction?

🤔 Is a dog who is scratching at their shoulder or neck really itchy?

 

In this webinar, we will cover the most common dog body language signals as well as help you interpret the most frequently misunderstood cues.

Learning to read dog body language and communication cues is a real gift to both your dog and any dog you encounter.

Can’t attend LIVE? We’ve got your back! Anyone who registers (whether you attend the live presentation or not) will receive a link to the full recording of the presentation within 24 hours of the live webinar ending.