Learn to Speak “Dog!”
Ever wanted to have a conversation with your dog? Wonder what they’re thinking? Do you want to know how to tell what are good, safe social interactions, and what’s going to end badly?Dogs spend their whole lives learning to speak “human.” Maybe it’s time we humans learned to speak dog.
You asked, and we heard you: Now offering working spots! Register for a working spot, bring your own dog, and we’ll translate “dog” to English for you!
They’re constantly communicating through body language…
Back by popular demand, this fun and informative 5 hour workshop includes snacks and take-home materials. Using video and picture presentation followed by hands-on work with real dogs in a practical setting, we will teach you to understand canine communication and body language, including being able to tell when your dog is uncomfortable, annoyed, frustrated, relaxed, and what “I love you” looks like in “Dog.” You’ll be able to use this information to not only better understand your best friend, but also train and protect him. If you’ve ever wondered what they’re thinking, whether it’s safe to greet that other dog at the park, why they do those weird things, how to avoid being bitten, or wished you could communicate with your dog better, this is the workshop for you!
Who should come:
veterinarians and staff
Anyone who interacts with dogs
This workshop tends to fill up FAST, so register early to reserve a spot!
When: Saturday, November 5, 2016
This workshop has been moved to Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017
Starts at 10:00am, ends 3:30pm
Where: Fur and Feather Works’ Training Center
9475 Double R Blvd, Ste. B-12, Reno, NV 89521
(don’t worry, a map will be provided to you upon registration)
Working Spot Tuition (to bring your own dog): $150. Working spots limited to 10
Working dogs must be healthy and friendly to both dogs and humans.
Auditing Spot Tuition (leave your dog at home): $125. Auditing spots limited to 10
In order to provide a comfortable and collegial atmosphere, space is limited to 20 participants and will be given first-come, first-served. Registration and pre-payment is required, and cancellations less than one week before the start of the workshop or no-shows will not be refunded or credited toward future services, so please plan carefully. Thank you for helping us to keep our workshops small and effective for you!
To register, please contact Brigitte at (775) 453-5753 or by email.