Mini-Bite Online Seminar

When is play safe?

With Sarah Whitehead

 

If you've been inspired and you'd like to discover more about when play isn't safe and how to spot, you guessed it, RED FLAGS, click below to watch 

Sarah's most popular online seminar for FREE.

 

Signals of Pre-emptive Aggression. 

 
 
"It's fun, fascinating and empowering!"

"The course is fantastic. I really knew so little about the subtle signals and am learning so much. Fascinating regarding the controversy about calming signals...The examples of photos are great and the videos are extremely useful ... People's familiarity with dogs doesn't necessarily reflect a knowledge and understanding of their behaviour needs of course, but this medium seems a fantastic and effective way to teach this sort of understanding. It's fun, fascinating and empowering!"

Nicola Calder
 
"I was amazed at how much I learned in such a short space of time."

"Just to let you know have just finished the online course - brilliant! LearnToTalkDog is not only a hugely useful course for the dog owning public must an absolute must for anyone working with dogs in a professional capacity. I was amazed at how much I learned in such a short space of time. I now look at dog:dog and dog:human interactions in a whole different way and feel that as a result of this course I am now much better placed to recognise the signals dogs give."

Cassie Zerk
 

A bit about Sarah

Sarah Whitehead, BA(Hons), MSc is a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist, with a passion for canine body language and facial expression.

Synonymous with excellence

  

Sarah Whitehead has over 25 years experience in the industry, she is a world renowned international lecturer, best selling author and pet behaviour counsellor seeing dogs and cats with behavioural problems on referral from veterinary surgeons (even consulting with the Royal Family!). 

  

Sarah has an MSc in Animal Behaviour and is a full member of the APBC (Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors) and APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers, no 00156). She is also one of only a small number of specialists to have achieved the status of Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB) and is an Animal Behaviour Training Council (ABTC) Registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist.

 
 
 

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