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iSpeakDog
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 10:00:00 PM UTC - 11:00:00 PM UTC
***NOTICE*** The webinar is overbooked. However, please register anyways, and we'll send out the link for the recording immediately afterwards!

Does your dog steal food off your kitchen counter? Become aggressive with other dogs? Drive you crazy barking when you sit down to watch TV? 

At iSpeakDog we aim to teach you how to figure out what’s going on when your dog is doing these kinds of things, so that you can live more harmoniously together.   

In this webinar, you will learn the “How to Speak Dog” Three-Step-Formula and put it into practice to give you the ability to solve problems like these on your own.  

More about iSpeakDog: 

iSpeakDog was created to help people better understand their dogs and to improve the human-canine bond. Gaining a better understanding of canine body language can vastly improve the way that we interact with our dogs and can help us understand them and treat behavior problems accordingly. 

Just as the words “there,” “their,” and “they’re” sound the same but have different meanings, so do dog growls and barks. Dogs can growl when they are scared, and they can growl when they are playing. They can bark when they are happy and want to play, and they can bark when they are frightened and want something, or someone, to go away.

In fact, dogs can chew things when they are happy and then chew things when they’re scared. They can chase when they’re hunting for a meal and chase when they are kidding around. 

When we speak English, we know which of the three “there” words to use by the context surrounding them. Similarly, when we speak Doggish, we can use the iSpeakDog Three-Step Formula to unlock the dog’s message.

Join us for iSpeakDog Week, March 27 – April 1. Help spread the truth about dogs!

Visit ispeakdog.org for more information.


This webinar will be available on-demand after it runs.

Speaker

Lori Nanan
Lori Nanan lives in New Hope, Pennsylvania. She co-founded founded Your Pit Bull and You, a resource created to highlight rewards-based training and promote pit bulls in a positive light.  Lori also works with Academy grad Malena DeMartini-Price, doing initial contacts for potential separation anxiety clients.  Lori helps new students get integrated into The Academy for Dog Trainers and navigate program resources. 

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