putting the “body” back into canine body language

 Dogs are walking, breathing truth tellers - june 2019 DATES

The "body" is incapable of deception.  These workshops teach you how to bypass human thought with intention that is placed upon our dogs when reading body language. Are your interactions making connection or interruptions? How SAFE does your dog really feel around with you? The answers may surprise you.

The body cycles through past triggers and imprints at the point social breakdown. Can you decipher them? You will! Your skills at reading body language are invaluable.

All workshop content is retained for you in a private Facebook study group that you’ll stay in forever! Content is added often!

Video presentation, LIVE demo dogs and Q&A Sessions.

level 1:  putting the body back into canine body language  

     Saturday, June 1st, 2019 - from 10:30 AM TO 12:30 PM (COFFEE/SNACKS INCLUDED)

  • Recognizing Social Engagement:  In any moment, recognize when the dog is adaptable, resilient and content in the body without human induced thought and intention placed on the situation.

  • The CORRUPTED Temperament:  In any moment, recognize when the dog is stressed and feeling unsafe and unable to process their surroundings. This begins an accurate assessment of yellow and orange flag behaviors and can predict future behaviors.

  • Threshold Capacity Assessment:  How a dog moves at the social breakdown point tells you their “go to” stress templates in ALL situations when social capacity breaks down. This is KEY for successful training of ANY kind.

  • Certificate of Completion

    Level 2: Safety, Assessments & dog/Dog engagements 

    Sunday, june 2nd, 2019 FROM 1:30 PM TO 3:30 PM (COFFEE/SNACKS INCLUDED)

  • Safety Practices: Safe preparation for a dog/dog meet and greet.

  • Should you drop the leash? Body Language assessment tools to determine meet & greet safety between 2 dogs.

  • Compatibility: Can 2 dogs make a connection (social) ….. or not (instinct). Pairing the right energy dogs together.

  • Evaluation of BITE RISK: Learn tell-tale red flags that indicate a forthcoming bite risk.

  • Certificate of Completion

Location:  Paw It Forward Dog Training @ The Canine Stability Center, 917 River Road, Rotterdam, New York, 12306

Contact:  Jeannie Oakley  518-522-5668 (call or text) or email at jeannie@caninestabilitycenter.com

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