Canine Body Language [S-20-14]
|Location:||SLU: Valentine 107|
|Classes:||2 Sessions 2.0 hours|
|Dates:||Fri 10:00 AM 04/03, 04/10|
Course Update: Course #14 Canine Body Language is CLOSED, but a repeat of it (#59) has been scheduled on the same days and in the same place at 2 pm - i.e. April 3 and 10, 2pm to 4 pm, in SLU Valentine 107.
A new course #59 Canine Body Language (repeat) has been added. Do not register for both #14 and #59, they are the same course.
Dogs are constantly telling us about themselves, but we need to use our eyes rather than our ears to listen. Through photos, diagrams, videos, models, and live dog demos, you’ll learn what body cues to look for and what they mean.
Kris Hoffmann is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology at SLU and an amphibian and reptile conservation biologist with a soft spot for working dogs. She is currently training a wildlife detector dog-and-student team to find a rare frog for conservation work.