Wednesday 26th August | 12:30 – 1:10pm
Do you know that dogs have their own language? Do you know that dogs communicate with us all of the time?
While humans primarily use verbal communication, dogs mainly communicate nonverbally through the use of body language and secondarily through vocalisations.
If you have a dog it is vital that you can interpret your dog’s body language and what they are trying to tell you. Being able to speak to a dog allows you to know what your dog is feeling, to better understand when and why they are scared or need help. Understanding your dog is the best way to ensure that your dog and everyone around your dog are kept safe.
This webinar is all about speaking the language of dogs and what better time than International Dog Day. It will help you to understand your dog and build a better relationship. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to understand what your dog is saying to you and to other dogs! Happy Interational Dog Day!
This event is free to Iconic Community Members and non-members.
ABOUT THE HOST
Suzi is an expert dog behaviourist and dog trainer with a love of all animals. She has an honors degree in Zoology from UCD and a Masters in Applied Animal Welfare and Veterinary from Edinburgh University’s Royal Dick School of Veterinary and is a qualified puppy trainer for Guide Dogs worldwide. She has also worked as a behaviourist both on TV, radio and the film industry for Pedigree campaigns.
Suzi has worked for Dogs Trust Ireland, Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind and the veterinary department of Dublin Zoo. She founded Positive Dog Training in South Dublin and co-ran it for 5 successful years.
Suzi has also given classes and lectures to other professionals and students in the field of animal behaviour. Most recently Suzi has guest lectured for several colleges in Dublin as well as compile and present a 6 week course on dog behaviour for mature students.
In 2009 Suzi was nominated for an Ireland Involved award for her extensive work with rescue dogs and was a runner up in the Animals and Environment category.
DATE: Wednesday, 26th August
Time: 12:30 – 1:10pm
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