Live-stream on Zoom
March 24th 6pm – 10pm (GMT) 10am – 2pm (PST USA)
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The UK's Most Popular Dog Body Language Course
Thousands Of People Have Taken This Course
YOU WILL BECOME A DOG DETECTIVE –
YOU WILL LEARN
• Learn to read a dog’s body language and we will discover the 4 core principles:
1. How to read the subtle signs; we explore, individually the dog’s eyes, ears, mouth, tail, coat and posture in depth. We will also explore the link between posture and behaviour along with understand about coat patterns in dogs.
2. Canine emotions deep dive; we will look at the link between emotions and body language. What does agression, fear, anxiety or happiness look like in dogs? Are dog capable of guilt, does a dog who rolls on their back really want their tummy tickled?
3. Dog-Dog interactions, we will learn about what is appropriate play and what is not.
We will also find out what Free Work is and why it is a brilliant tool to read a dog’s body language. We will also look at how dogs communicate with each other and how to pre-empt our dogs behaviour.
- 4-hours Livestream teaching with Dog Training College, Senior Instructor Alex Wilson, there will be opportunities to ask question and for discussions.
- Recorded mini-course with Leanne McWade, Head of Training at the Dog Training College. The world of Calming Signals. Access for 60 days – worth £99.00
- 80-page student e-manual
- Access to the Xtra Dog Learning Vault (access for life)
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About Your Presenter
Alex Wilson is a Tellington TTouch Practitioner (P2), a senior instructor at the Dog Training College, a certified Pro Dog Trainer and a student member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. Alex teaches courses all over the UK on live-stream and internationally
We will send you an 84 page e-book to read before the course. This will set you up to get the most from your 4-hour workshop.
We will give you a printed certificate at the end of your course
For Canine Professional great to add to your website or brochure. If not put it on your Facebook page
You will receive 4 hours / credits for attending this course.
Xtra Dog Learning Vault
Access to the Xtra Dog Learning Vault, where you will find e-books, articles, hand-outs and webinars. WORTH £250
World Of Calming Signals Watch the recorded mini-course with Leanne McWade WORTH £99.00
What do other people think about this course?
This was an excellent course led by Alex Wilson. Really interesting discussions from a lovely mixed group of participants who ranged from professionals in the pet industry, students of dog behaviour/ training and pet owners. Everybody wanted to gain and share as much knowledge as possible to do the best they can for their clients and companion animals. The day was well planned and presented, refreshments good.
Marie Miller, Tellington TTouch Instructor, member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (no.0130)
I would not hesitate to recommend anyone who has an interest in dogs to attend one of these sessions, not just professionals but pet dog owners. This would give them invaluable insight into their dogs behaviour and could be saving themselves and their dog a lifetime of problems and stress.
The instructor for the day, Alex Wilson had a great easy going, approachable yet professional manner. He obviously had the days agenda to go through with the aid of slides and pictures but seemed perfectly happy and comfortable to veer off course and answer open questions throughout the session. He demonstrated a clear understanding of the subject but without preaching and continually invited discussion and opinions from the group.
Excellent canine body language course. Very interesting, informative easy to understand and perfectly delivered by the instructor Alex Wilson.
I throughly enjoyed my recent course .Alex Wilson made it very interesting and relaxed. We all took part in the layout of the course which made it easy to stay focused on the topic of Canine Body Language and take in the information taught. I took a lot on board and some great ideas, which I’m using on my very stubborn English Bull. It’s also given me confidence in my thinking of wanting to do more work with Dogs personally and maybe even eventually, on a professional level?