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2 hours

Canine Body Language Part 1:  We will discuss normal and appropriate behavior, to understand calm and relaxed body postures. We will observe normal play movements as they pertain to the family and other dogs.  We we discuss what overstimulated and innapropriate play looks like and how to control it.

Canine Body Language Part 2: We will be dealing with fearful, reactive and aggressive behavior in dogs. We will talk about appeasemen and calming signals, canine stress and bite prevention.

For both lectures we will use photos and videos in this fun and thought provoking  2 hour lecture. Although this lecture is free, registration is required as this class fills up fast, and is eligible to the first 75 registered people.

You are welcome to attend either or both parts in any order.

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    Angela has been working as a dog trainer since 1989, she quickly realized her passion for all animals and she pushed herself to also become  a licensed animal health technician in the state of Washington.  After working is several animal and  critical care hospitals she began a business as a relief veterinary technician, while also continuing to train dogs in obedience and behavioral modification.  She would float from hospital to hospital whenever staff was low, due to vacations or illness, she work work a few days to a few weeks, then on to the next hospital. Working in hospitals as far down as Olympia and as far north as Bellingham she learned the skills to manage those hospitals and finally settled in Bellingham for Veterinary Practice Management, all the while continuing to train dogs.  In 1997, she left private practice as a veterinary technician and dedicated 100% to starting Tails.  Angela p...more

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    angi
    angi
    (the alpha, trainer)

    Angela has been working as a dog trainer since 1989, she quickly realized her passion for all animals and she pushed herself to also become  a licensed animal health technician in the state of Washington.  After working is several animal and  critical care hospitals she began a business as a relief veterinary technician, while also continuing to train dogs in obedience and behavioral modification.  She would float from hospital to hospital whenever staff was low, due to vacations or illness, she work work a few days to a few weeks, then on to the next hospital. Working in hospitals as far down as Olympia and as far north as Bellingham she learned the skills to manage those hospitals and finally settled in Bellingham for Veterinary Practice Management, all the while continuing to train dogs.  In 1997, she left private practice as a veterinary technician and dedicated 100% to starting Tails.  Angela p...more

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