Am I Safe? The Art & Science of Canine Behavior Assessments
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(Jun 06, 2006)
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Learn how to conduct behavior assessments, including what to look for in a dog's behavior, how to document areas of concern. Used by shelters, rescue groups and trainers.
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Sarah Kalnajs, CPDT, CDBC, has more than ten years experience working in canine behavior, training, and research. She has her own training school, serves as an expert witness in litigation involving dog aggression, is a consultant to humane societies, and writes extensively on canine behavior and training. She focuses on helping people understand and live well with dogs. She lives with her husband Andrew and eight dogs six Shelties and two American Eskimos, two cats and a very nice vacuum cleaner in Madison, Wisconsin.
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Criticisms aside, there is much about this DVD that makes it a worthwhile purchase. I do not regret buying it, and it is a part of our volunteer training program; not the only part, but a part.
These four DVDs are quite exceptional and I'm recommending them to the several shelters and rescues with whom I'm involved. But, make sure you view both sets of two, and watch this set after the first one on Canine Body Language.
I've contacted the author and she has a new body Language DVS coming out in 2010 and a new product on living in multi-dog homes---which we definite do.
I would not recommend this video if you are JUST trying to learn about canine body language. For that, order Sarah's DVD "The Language of Dogs." However, this makes an outstanding supplement to that video (obviously, since it's day 2 of the same seminar!) for the professional dog person (trainer, shelter/rescue worker, vet, etc) or even the "normal" dog owner.