Dog Body Language Level 2

Fri, 26th July 2019 (2.00pm - 6.00pm)

The course your dog wants you to attend!

Learning how to read and interpret subtle body language and facial expressions will allow us to understand what a dog is really trying to tell us. Being able to read a dog will allow you to understand and even predict canine behaviour.

This fascinating subject will open up a whole new way of communicating with your dog that you may not even have realised was possible. You will truly begin to speak dog.

  • Does a dog lying on its back really want a belly rub?
  • Is a wagging tail a sign of a happy dog?
  • Can dogs feel guilt?

This four hour course will begin to answer some of the most misunderstood canine behaviours and as a result will change the way you interact with dogs forever.

Students will receive a certificate from the Dog Training College, a student e-manual and an e-badge to put on their own website

Tickets are £55 and can be purchased by calling 01228 560082 or booking online. Please be aware that online bookings are subject to an additional booking fee.

For more information please call 01228 560082 or email training@oaktreeanimals.org.uk

 

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