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Speaking Dog - An Introduction to Canine Body Language  

Dogs do their best to communicate clearly, but we humans often misunderstand what they’re trying to tell us. This Introduction to Canine Body Language helps dog lovers, dog owners, and even people who don’t really know dogs make sense of their signals.

Learn to identify signs of relaxation, stress, fear, enthusiasm, interest, curiosity, friendly intentions, and canine efforts to reduce a situation’s stress levels. It’s no exaggeration to say that most people mistake canine signals for something else entirely. Consider this a foreign language course, one that will help you understand what dogs are saying as they interact with each other and with humans. Improve your ability to communicate with all types of dogs!


Speaking Dog - An Introduction to Canine Body Language  
Date: 3/4/2020 - 3/11/2020 Bldg: Donaldson (Main) Room: 206
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: 1115 North Roberts Helena, MT 59601
Days: W Sessions: 2 Instructor: CJ Puotinen
Please note: you will not be bringing your pet on campus. Fee: $30.00
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We will notify you by telephone if a spot opens up in the class.
Please note that the waitlist does NOT roll over into the next class.


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