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Speaking Dog! Canine Communication Webinar Series #2 of 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sandy De Lisle
30:55
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Sandy De Lisle
32:06
Welcome, everyone! Hope you're excited about Speak Dog! Canine Communication Part 2 with the ASPCA's Dr. Pam Reid!
Sandy De Lisle
32:58
Hi, Ed and Sheila! Thanks for coming!
Sandy De Lisle
33:17
Hey, Reese and Carolyn!
Sandy De Lisle
33:26
Agree, Shawna!
Debbie Ames
33:37
Hello from Debbie Ames of One Lucky Dog, Florence, Alabama
Katie Sweeney
33:50
Hello from Glencoe Illinois
Katherine Good
33:54
Hi from Katherine Good, Humane Law Enforcement team at ASPCA
Robert Flynn
33:54
Bob Flynn, City Dogs, Cleveland, OH
Logan Delk
34:07
hello
Ruth Allen
34:17
Hello Ruth Allen from ASPCA NY Adoption Center!
Liz Villa
34:17
Hello from the Humane Society of Southwest Missouri
Sandy De Lisle
34:19
Thanks for joining, all! Don't think I can keep up now. : ) So glad to have you all here!
Jane Horsfield
34:43
Jane Horsfield, HOPEaacr, Southern California
Julie Wallof
34:58
Hello Julie Wallof, Silicon Valley Pet Project in San Jose California
Kelly Pratt
35:12
Hello from Kelly Pratt, RVT at Woods Humane Society in Atascadero, California.
Francoise Reynolds
36:22
Fran Reynolds - Loudoun County Animal Shelter , VA
Dayna Reynolds
36:23
Mountain View Humane VA, USA
Marie Gordon
36:23
Marie Gordon
Hannah Black
36:24
Hello from Hannah Black, Salt Lake County Animal Services, UT, USA
Mary Martin
36:25
Mary Martin, HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response, Bozeman, MT
Kelly DeVall
36:25
scas NY usa
Linda Vance
36:28
Virginia, USA
Logan Delk
36:28
hello
Kyoko Takamura
36:30
ASPCA, NY
Michele Graves.
36:30
Pasado’s Safe Haven, Wash. USA
Sheila Foss
36:31
NY USA
Anne Bell
36:31
HOPE aacr Florida, USA
Chelly Bolger Wathen
36:32
San Diego, CA
Jim Houpt
36:33
Front Street Animal Shelter, Sacramento, CA, USA
Tristan Rehner-Fleurant
36:33
Hi from Marianne Luft at the ASPCA's BRC in Weaverville, NC.
Amy Jones
36:33
Norman animal welfare, Oklahoma USA
Sue Shearstone
36:33
Sue Toronto, Ontario Canada
Erin Stewart
36:33
Friends For Life, Houston, TX
Tom Ratanavaraha
36:34
Tom, Pasadena Humane Society
Leslianne Pratt
36:34
Bella Vista Police bella Vista Arkansas usa
Christy Million
36:35
Newton, Kansas
Carrie Frost
36:35
Anderson Animal Shelter, IL USA
Dennis Mankin
36:36
Platinum Performance Partners, NC USA
Greg Edge
36:37
Greg Colorado
Arletta Hodge
36:37
Arletta Hodge PDTE UK
Kathlene Drew
36:37
Hello from Naples FL
Marie Gordon
36:39
Marie Gordon, Nashville, TN, USA
Lisa Bahr
36:39
Centre County PAWS, PA USA
Glen Hatchell
36:39
Glen Hatchell, Humane Society of Tampa Bay
Sandy De Lisle
36:40
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Katie Sweeney
36:40
Glencoe Police Animal Control - Glencoe, Illinois
Kimm Hunt
36:40
ATL
Mary Thury
36:41
Minneapolis, MN
Liz Villa
36:42
Humane Society of Southwest Missouri
Ilka Daniel
36:43
Vero Beach Humane Society Florida USA
Michele Toomoth
36:44
Norman Animal Welfare, Norman, OK
Mike R
36:45
Humane Society of Sonoma County, CA, USA
Y. O'Connor
36:46
LALDR, Al
Hal Beilan
36:46
SF ACC
Christina Bunner
36:47
Hello from Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando in Florida, USA
Barbara Walter
36:50
Barbara from Fort Walton Beach FL USA
Diane Foley
36:54
CLAWS New Jersey,USA
Cindy Pordon
36:57
Hello from Cindy Pordon from Rescue Village, Novelty OH
deb shelby
36:58
CVDART vermont
Y. O'Connor
37:13
LALDR, AK
Barbara Hopson
37:20
Barbara Hopson Mass. Dept. of Agricultural Resources and Hampshire Emergency Animal Response Team
Michele Lombardi
37:24
Norwich, CT Animal Control
DERRICK ENCALADE
37:32
Hello, Derrick with Plaquemines Parish Animal Control from Belle Chasse, LA
Maggie Wheeler
37:32
Maggie Wheeler. Terre Haute Humane Society Terre Haute, IN USA
Penny Bolton
37:46
Penny Bolton Seattle Animal Shelter
Beth Abramson
37:53
Beth Abramson Saratoga, NY CART and Halfmoon Animal Control
Sandy De Lisle
38:12
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Alexis McSkimming
38:43
Alexis
Alexis McSkimming
39:12
Alexis, Brampton Animal Services, Ontario, Canada
Ginni Yeung
39:34
Ginni from Guelph Humane Society, Ontario, Canada
Sandy De Lisle
40:47
Please feel free to type answers to Pam's questions here in chat!
kinga vurm
41:16
kinga- At Dog's Pace/Australia
Jessica Phillips
41:50
What is piloerection?
Francoise Reynolds
41:56
How do you introduce an alert/aroused dog to an unknown dog?
Y. O'Connor
41:59
if you lightened the exposure on the photo might be easier to see
Bridget Schoville
42:19
Piloerection refers to the hair standing on end.
Bridget Schoville
42:52
Francoise, Pam will discuss dog intros later in this webinar. :)
Sandy De Lisle
45:21
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Helen
47:21
My favourite expression ABC - "ALL Behaviour is Contextual"!
Sally Ashbridge
47:36
Anxious
Karen Potocek
47:37
paw raised
Carrie Frost
47:38
Appeasement
Penny Bolton
47:39
anxious and worried
Glen Hatchell
47:41
Alerted to a scent
Kelly Bonome
47:42
Interested. Unsure.
Kimm Hunt
47:42
cautious
Logan Delk
47:45
anxiuos
Jane Horsfield
47:46
curious
Dena Friend
47:46
Arousal with a slight anxiousness
Patricia Porter
47:48
submissive
kinga vurm
47:49
caution/uncertainty/curiosity??
Helen
47:50
Concern, unsure
Barbara Walter
47:53
unsure (paw lift)
Lily Thomas
47:54
interested, curious
Y. O'Connor
48:01
interest
Hal Beilan
48:07
wary
Sandy De Lisle
49:01
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Dena Friend
49:43
Happiness?
Logan Delk
49:46
alert
Deirdre Franklin
49:56
curious but nervous
Terry Conroy
49:58
Cornered
Connie Chen
49:59
In a corner
Mary Thury
50:00
cautious but open to interaction
Katherine Good
50:02
Low tail, backed into the corner.
Dena Friend
50:02
A bit of caution as she leans to the fence
Hannah Black
50:04
nervous, may be nervous of person entering run
Logan Delk
50:04
hqppy
Ginni Yeung
50:04
Submissive - flattened ears, tail down
Garrett Williams
50:05
Nervous, pressing against the fence, body poster away
Jessica Carreira
50:06
Frightened
Lily Thomas
50:06
frightened
Y. O'Connor
50:09
uncertain
Anna Bartosiewicz
50:11
possibly seeing ahandler that dog is use to? not nervous
caroline zeledon
50:12
anxious, leaning against the gate
Garrett Williams
50:13
tail tuck, ears down
Penny Bolton
50:14
Appeasement. Submissive.
Glen Hatchell
50:15
Tail down, ears back, pressed against fence in corner
Dena Friend
50:15
Soft eyes
Sally Ashbridge
50:16
Leaning away, unsure
Cindy Yong
50:17
submissive but curious
Christina Bunner
50:17
cornered and nervous
Jessica Phillips
50:19
scared but slight excitement
Laurie Berke
50:26
Same, cautious, uncertain. Tail down, leaning away, cornered, ears back...
Carrie Frost
50:33
Ambivalent--leaning away and ears back, cornered
Sandy De Lisle
52:47
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Glen Hatchell
53:04
Looks like flooding
Laurie Berke
53:38
Other dog may have made her feel her exit was blocked.
Ed Marits
53:53
OK got it.. now
Sandy De Lisle
54:12
Thanks, Ed!
Glen Hatchell
54:20
averted eyes
Karen Potocek
54:24
doesn't trust
Terry Conroy
54:28
Unsure, tail tucked, paw raised, looking away, no trust
Lisa Bahr
54:28
Fearful
Barbara Walter
54:29
I am no threat
Francoise Reynolds
54:29
tail tucked, ears back, averting gaze
Katherine Good
54:31
fear, avoidance
Dena Friend
54:31
very unsure
Glen Hatchell
54:32
paw lift
Sally Ashbridge
54:33
Gaze averted, tail tuck, ears back
Garrett Williams
54:36
Averted eyes, posturing lifting that paw. Tail tuck, ears back
Beth Abramson
54:36
mistrustful
Christina Bunner
54:39
hesitant. tail is tucked, leg lifted, and ears are back. Averted gaze
Karly Hertel
54:42
tail tucked, paw lifted, averting gaze
Ed Marits
54:44
Mimicry is a very useful tool for canine interactions…
Linda Donohue
54:47
That's usefu thxl info
Karly Hertel
54:49
body somewhat small
Y. O'Connor
54:52
afraid to approach
Laurie Berke
54:53
Body pulling away, ears back, tail down, paw up.
Karen Potocek
54:56
human is saying I am not a threat
Kathlene Drew
54:56
looking away, I don't see you , you don't see me
Barbara Walter
54:57
saying same - no threat
Dena Friend
54:58
Non-threatening stance
Beth Abramson
54:59
human saying I am not a threat
Chelly Bolger Wathen
54:59
nonthreat
Deirdre Franklin
55:00
making themselves small and less threatening
Lisa Bahr
55:04
not being a threat
Hannah Black
55:05
the human in turned to the side, gaze down, on the dogs level
Y. O'Connor
55:05
human trying to make the dog feel more comfortable
Garrett Williams
55:06
Non-direct eye contact, side body posture, lowering sholders/head
Megan Romano
55:07
Same thing - crouching, eyes averted
Francoise Reynolds
55:08
averting gaze too
Katherine Good
55:08
human is squatting, body to the side, head low, nonthreatening
Dena Friend
55:09
head down
Sheila Foss
55:10
making self smaller, sideward gaze
Penny Bolton
55:12
I am not a threat....by being small and looking from the side.
Christina Bunner
55:12
Human has made himself smaller and is looking down
Laurie Berke
55:12
Human conveying head down, down low, facing away, you're ok.
Arletta Hodge
55:19
No threat, side way, tail tack, human small, side ways non threating
Linda Donohue
55:23
lowering body, averting gaze
caroline zeledon
55:23
making themselves small, getting down to their level, no direct eye contact
Letitia Armburger
55:24
human has lowered posture, averted gaze, sideways approach
Sally Ashbridge
55:24
Human averting eyes, lowered body not threatening
Terry Conroy
55:26
Lower, non-threatening stance, “I’m small, too,” averted gaze
Yuki Maruyama
55:26
(dog’s body still oriented towards human, rather than retreating)
Karen Potocek
56:05
approach from the side?
Terry Conroy
56:05
Do not hover
Sally Ashbridge
56:06
Don’t approach over head
Y. O'Connor
56:09
I would not reach over the top
Molly White
56:10
Not reaching over top
Hannah Black
56:11
i wouldn't lean over the dog like that
Francoise Reynolds
56:11
get down lower
Chelly Bolger Wathen
56:11
never go over a dogs head
Katherine Good
56:11
handler should squat, reach from below chin not over head
Barbara Walter
56:11
just about everything
Ruth Allen
56:12
do not reach over the head
Megan Romano
56:12
I wouldn't come over the top of their head
Dena Friend
56:12
Squat lower and back up
Kathlene Drew
56:12
bending over the top of the dog
Carrie Frost
56:13
Not go over the dog's head
Lori Klingbeil
56:14
not approach the dog from over their head
Sheila Foss
56:15
not come from over top
Dayna Reynolds
56:15
do not reach over his head
Laurie Berke
56:16
Do not try to leash this dog over its head!!
kinga vurm
56:17
defenitely NOT from above!
Cindy Yong
56:18
don’t approach from the top, maybe crouch to the level of the dog
Beth Abramson
56:19
would not reach from above and directly in front
Linda Donohue
56:19
Don't be overhead
Julie Wallof
56:19
Approach from the side
Mary Thury
56:20
stop a from-above approach
Deirdre Franklin
56:21
not going over the head
Letitia Armburger
56:21
let dog choose interaction,
Terry Conroy
56:21
Get lower to the ground and approach from side, not head on
Christina Bunner
56:21
dont reach over its head, try to get away from the wall where it may feel cornered
Penny Bolton
56:22
hand in without leash under chin.
Anna Bartosiewicz
56:22
not over top of the dog
Patricia Porter
56:23
Don't approach from above
Ericka Kinsey
56:28
lower your stance, don't hover over head
Hannah Black
56:28
same body language as the person in the previous slide would be ideal
Dena Friend
56:30
Move back and let dog move to you
Logan Delk
56:33
approach careful
caroline zeledon
56:34
get down
Arletta Hodge
56:37
Hand coming over, straight on
Ilka Daniel
56:53
loop leash, lower my posture - approach from below
Y. O'Connor
56:57
direction does the dog need recharging? LOL
Julie Wallof
57:05
kneel down on the dogs level
Anna Bartosiewicz
57:07
crouch down to dogs level
Karly Hertel
57:08
lower your body
Terry Conroy
57:08
Crouch instead of overhead
Dena Friend
57:09
Back up and lower body
Christina Bunner
57:09
person is still over the dog
Laurie Berke
57:10
Better, but get body low and sideways to be non-threatening.
Sally Ashbridge
57:10
Lower body
Karly Hertel
57:11
kneel down
Francoise Reynolds
57:11
get down lower
Karen Potocek
57:12
squat down
Beth Abramson
57:13
approach from side and lower
Hannah Black
57:13
get on their level
Megan Romano
57:13
Still looming
Barbara Walter
57:13
approach sideways, crouch
Ruth Allen
57:14
crouching down
Carrie Frost
57:16
Bacl up and let the dog appraoch you
Linda Donohue
57:16
could lower your own body
Lori Klingbeil
57:19
lower myself to the dog's level
kinga vurm
57:23
more non-confronting hum behavior
caroline zeledon
57:25
get down to their level
Jessica Phillips
57:33
I would get a slip lead :) haha
Logan Delk
57:33
get on the same page as the dog
Megan Romano
57:36
Nobody likes to be loomed over!
Terry Conroy
57:37
I would actually sit calmly, then approach from side. See if dog comes to me
Barbara Walter
57:53
sideways instead of front
Laurie Berke
57:56
But still facing directly. Should get next to the dog, sideways!
Deirdre Franklin
57:56
might be easier on the dog if the person was sideways
Terry Conroy
58:00
Still think s/b from side
Y. O'Connor
58:10
dog is still alert and cautious
Terry Conroy
58:10
Dog is still somewhat cornered here
Nickolas DAsaro
58:11
lead; move to the side
Christina Bunner
58:19
Those are great photos for training!
Sally Ashbridge
58:58
Drop treats to the floor?!
Laurie Berke
59:10
Oh boy. Not with my child!!!
Helen
59:22
Good way to explain this to people, "if you saw a Grizzly Bear holding a $100 bill, how would you feel about going to get it from them?"
Ilka Daniel
59:30
would have never taken the dog off lead
Terry Conroy
59:39
Yikes! Bad human!
Beth Abramson
59:50
stupid human
Megan Romano
59:54
Why would you even chance that with a child???
Ed Marits
59:58
Off lead in the presence of strangers… NEVER
Ericka Kinsey
01:00:09
WHY did the leash come off?!
Megan Romano
01:00:16
Nope
Ed Marits
01:00:18
NO
Barbara Walter
01:00:19
nope
Ruth Allen
01:00:19
maybe
Beth Abramson
01:00:23
no
Christina Bunner
01:00:23
Nope
Garrett Williams
01:00:24
Not with that barrier
Ericka Kinsey
01:00:25
Nope
Helen
01:00:26
oh heck no
Mary Thury
01:00:26
heck no
Deirdre Franklin
01:00:27
if their head wasn't in that fence
Carrie Frost
01:00:27
nope
Deirdre Franklin
01:00:29
maybe
Ilka Daniel
01:00:29
No
Linda Donohue
01:00:29
no
Y. O'Connor
01:00:29
no
Beth Abramson
01:00:29
hard stare
Lori Klingbeil
01:00:29
no
Sally Ashbridge
01:00:31
No because it doesn’t have a choice
Terry Conroy
01:00:31
Need more information
Francoise Reynolds
01:00:33
hmm no
Kathlene Drew
01:00:34
maybe
Cindy Yong
01:00:34
depends
Glen Hatchell
01:00:35
doubtful
Katherine Good
01:00:35
depends what happens next :)
Chelly Bolger Wathen
01:00:38
no he may feel cornered
Mary Thury
01:00:39
c'mon it's a cattle dog LOL
Dena Friend
01:00:40
Need more info
Marie Gordon
01:00:40
no
Dena Friend
01:00:41
eyes
Karen Potocek
01:00:42
squinty eyes
Ruth Allen
01:00:42
ears
caroline zeledon
01:00:42
with caution
Karly Hertel
01:00:43
No. He is leaning forward, very focused eyes, cloes mouth, body appears stiff.
Ericka Kinsey
01:00:45
Closed mouth, erect ears
Ginni Yeung
01:00:46
direct gaze
Sheila Foss
01:00:46
stare
Linda Donohue
01:00:47
Hard stare
Penny Bolton
01:00:48
stare, forward lean
Laurie Berke
01:00:49
Not immediately, his eyes are squiting, he's staring.
Francoise Reynolds
01:00:50
tension
Carrie Frost
01:00:51
stare and closed mouth
Beth Abramson
01:00:54
narrowed eyes, closed mouth pricked ears
Anne Bell
01:00:55
eyes and ears
Glen Hatchell
01:00:55
eyes, closed mouth
Terry Conroy
01:00:56
Not sure what’s in the dog’s line of sight
Vicki Davis
01:00:56
not likely if the stare didn't soften
Ilka Daniel
01:00:57
closed mouth, hard stare, closed mouth, erect ears
Barbara Walter
01:00:59
tense mouth, hard stare, weight forward, ears preicked
Garrett Williams
01:01:01
Looks like it spends all of its time outside, hard eye contact
caroline zeledon
01:01:02
leaning forward, tense
Y. O'Connor
01:01:02
eyes, cattledog probably working
Lori Klingbeil
01:01:05
ears erect, hard stare
Sharon Hobson
01:01:06
closed mouth, direct gaze
Megan Romano
01:01:19
That is a heeler with a "guarding my stuff" face
Terry Conroy
01:01:21
If this look is directed at me, ah...no
Garrett Williams
01:01:50
Observe
Francoise Reynolds
01:01:56
lower self, approach side ways
Barbara Walter
01:01:56
toss treats behind him
Beth Abramson
01:02:03
move sideways to dog
Laurie Berke
01:02:06
Speak quietly, softly, turn sideways, no direct stare into his eyes, give him a moment.
Linda Donohue
01:02:17
right sweet talk, lower body
kinga vurm
01:02:26
appease dog
Terry Conroy
01:02:27
Watch, see how dog is contained, always sideways approach, see if body posture changes
Emily Bunney
01:04:45
tension on the leash
Garrett Williams
01:04:46
flagging
Garrett Williams
01:04:49
tension
Hannah Black
01:04:52
dog is highly aroused
Lisa Bahr
01:04:53
Tight lead
Linda Donohue
01:04:59
Whoa I didn't expect that.
Anna Bartosiewicz
01:04:59
owner is very tight on the leash- crrating tension
Ruth Allen
01:05:00
weight foward
Dena Friend
01:05:06
Pulling too tight on leash putting dog on alert
Beth Abramson
01:05:08
definitely high arousal
Emily Bunney
01:05:14
ears back whale eye
Hannah Black
01:05:17
hard stare right before bite
Barbara Walter
01:05:21
ears back before trying to bite
Penny Bolton
01:05:24
Hand reached towards him
Dena Friend
01:05:24
Eyes narrow when smelling hand
Kathlene Drew
01:05:27
something entered he/she did not like
Lori Klingbeil
01:05:29
appeared interested but aroused easy
Kathlene Drew
01:05:34
maybe another dog in the area?
Sally Ashbridge
01:05:34
Emotional conflict
Anna Bartosiewicz
01:05:36
he was already hightened prior to the first hand of treats
Ed Marits
01:05:41
My read, is that the dog’s actions are less important HERE than the owner/handler
Terry Conroy
01:06:03
Agree on handler being a concern more than dog
Lori Klingbeil
01:06:10
seemed the dog was not comfortable with someone in their space
Beth Abramson
01:06:14
look at how much tension in that leash to hold back!
Alexandra Silber
01:06:52
I thought the handler did a great job keeping the dog from attacking the treat holder
Deirdre Franklin
01:08:08
back off please
kinga vurm
01:08:09
back off
Katherine Good
01:08:09
back off!
Hannah Black
01:08:11
maybe alarm
Penny Bolton
01:08:12
Stay away
Lori Klingbeil
01:08:12
get away
Beth Abramson
01:08:14
get out of here
Chelly Bolger Wathen
01:08:15
warning
caroline zeledon
01:08:15
get away/back off
Vicki Davis
01:08:15
keep walking!
Karen Potocek
01:08:16
back up , my space
Julie Wallof
01:08:19
keep your distance
Laurie Berke
01:08:20
Growling. Wide eyes, ears back, mouth open, teeth
Dena Friend
01:08:21
Typical barking at. passing person
Linda Donohue
01:08:22
defensive
Logan Delk
01:08:29
my territory
Megan Romano
01:08:30
Don't come any closer!
Betsy Gilf
01:09:15
i have to run but can't wait to rewatch from the email!
Sandy De Lisle
01:09:30
Thanks for coming, Betsy!
Linda Donohue
01:09:33
looks like shes conflicted
Laurie Berke
01:09:39
Defensive?
Deirdre Franklin
01:09:56
no
kinga vurm
01:09:57
yes
Megan Romano
01:09:57
nope
Laurie Berke
01:09:59
I would not approach.
Sally Ashbridge
01:10:02
No
caroline zeledon
01:10:03
leaning away, barking, approach with caution
Francoise Reynolds
01:10:03
no
Ruth Allen
01:10:03
yes
Linda Donohue
01:10:03
no
Penny Bolton
01:10:04
maybe. His body seems relaxed
Deirdre Franklin
01:10:04
it does not look interested
Logan Delk
01:10:07
no
Hannah Black
01:10:07
she looks conflicted, i might approach in a soft way and see if her body changes
Y. O'Connor
01:10:16
seems happy to see person
Francoise Reynolds
01:10:17
toss a treat
Deirdre Franklin
01:10:18
toss treats in the other direction
Karen Potocek
01:10:19
crouch down move slowly
Molly White
01:10:21
Throw some treats
Megan Romano
01:10:24
Low and slow and sideways
Dena Friend
01:10:24
Not enough info so i would cautiously with high voice
Francoise Reynolds
01:10:25
approach side ways
Logan Delk
01:10:25
come easy towards him
Linda Donohue
01:10:26
throw treats underhanded
Beth Abramson
01:10:28
would toss treats first, speak softly and avert gaze make myself smaller
Sheila Foss
01:10:29
crouch, sideways
caroline zeledon
01:10:31
get down, face sideways, sweet talk maybe offer treats
Laurie Berke
01:10:32
Again, mimic non-threatening dog behavior.
Ilka Daniel
01:10:34
toss trets, sideways stance
Sally Ashbridge
01:10:41
Throw treats, wait to see if she takes them, then down etc etc
Kelly Bonome
01:10:43
food, crouch,
Yuki Maruyama
01:10:54
move away first, see if we can get into a less cornered situation first?
Ed Marits
01:11:49
In general you don’t discipline any natural canine behavior…
Penny Bolton
01:11:56
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Ed Marits
01:11:59
Dogs are dogs… they do dog things
Dena Friend
01:12:00
My greyhound catahoula grumbles and growls at many things. She doesn't really know how to dog.
Deirdre Franklin
01:12:13
I have a dog that growls for love/attention
Lori Klingbeil
01:12:30
guarding bone
Emily Bunney
01:12:32
Bone
Deirdre Franklin
01:12:32
that's guarding sounding
Beth Abramson
01:12:34
I have a dog like that too-you stop touching her and she growls
Dena Friend
01:12:34
bones
Vicki Davis
01:12:35
bone
Deirdre Franklin
01:12:36
bone
Hannah Black
01:12:36
that sounds like guarding
Kelly Bonome
01:12:37
bone
Sharon Hobson
01:12:38
1st one is guarding a bone
Francoise Reynolds
01:12:38
bone
Deirdre Franklin
01:12:41
playing
Francoise Reynolds
01:12:41
play
Emily Bunney
01:12:43
playing
Lori Klingbeil
01:12:43
playing
Vicki Davis
01:12:43
play
Kelly Bonome
01:12:43
play
Hannah Black
01:12:44
playing
Dena Friend
01:12:45
play
Megan Romano
01:12:46
Bone, play
Linda Donohue
01:12:46
guarding first one
Ruth Allen
01:12:46
play for #2
Sharon Hobson
01:12:47
2nd one is play
Logan Delk
01:12:49
play
Hannah Black
01:12:49
maybe tugging on a toy
Molly White
01:12:52
play for # 2
Laurie Berke
01:12:56
#1 bone, #2 olay, #2 stranger
Lori Klingbeil
01:12:57
stranger
Emily Bunney
01:12:58
stranger
Francoise Reynolds
01:12:58
stranger
kinga vurm
01:12:58
warning
Sharon Hobson
01:13:00
3rd is warning a stranger
Hannah Black
01:13:00
stranger
Deirdre Franklin
01:13:00
stranger
Alexandra Silber
01:13:02
bone guarding
Y. O'Connor
01:13:03
not hearing anything
Dena Friend
01:13:03
warning
Linda Donohue
01:13:03
maybe play yes play for 2nd
Logan Delk
01:13:04
stranger
Kelly Bonome
01:13:05
stranger
Beth Abramson
01:13:06
guarding, play, warning off
Barbara Walter
01:13:07
1 guarding, 2 play, 3 setranger
Ruth Allen
01:13:07
warning - low and deep growl
Sally Ashbridge
01:13:07
Bone, play, warning someone off
Mary Thury
01:13:10
warning
Glen Hatchell
01:13:11
1-bone 2-play 3-dog
caroline zeledon
01:13:12
1. growling at stranger, 2. playing, 3. guarding bone
Linda Donohue
01:13:15
3rd getting away
Katie Sweeney
01:13:15
bone,play,stranger
Ilka Daniel
01:13:23
Bone #1, Stranger #3, Play #2
Hannah Black
01:13:24
1. guarding 2. play 3. stranger
Karen Potocek
01:13:24
1 and 3 are very similar
Anne Bell
01:13:32
#3 bone guarding
Terry Conroy
01:14:26
So…final answer on 1 and 3??
Megan Romano
01:14:46
My dog has specific growls for my other dogs vs. my cat...
Bridget Schoville
01:15:18
1 = guarding, 2 = playing, 3 = stranger directed
Hannah Black
01:16:10
dogs have super powers, that is amazing.
Penny Bolton
01:16:30
bhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Penny Bolton
01:17:05
.0
Megan Romano
01:18:32
and horses :)
Dena Friend
01:19:17
This is why walks are SO IMPORTANT
Beth Abramson
01:19:21
god bless you
Sally Ashbridge
01:19:41
To read their PEEMAILS
Ed Marits
01:20:11
Peemails… love it
Laurie Berke
01:20:32
Cool!
Terry Conroy
01:25:44
Cautious
Lori Klingbeil
01:25:44
cautious
Barbara Walter
01:25:49
white dog alert, black & white dog cautioud
Jane Horsfield
01:25:51
curious but cautious
Chelly Bolger Wathen
01:25:53
cautious
Y. O'Connor
01:25:54
right is avoidance
Deirdre Franklin
01:25:55
white dog wants to maybe play
Linda Donohue
01:25:55
wary tails up. one moving away a bit
Deirdre Franklin
01:25:59
other dog is unsure
Laurie Berke
01:26:02
Left tail up, leaning forward, looking directly. Right less confident, paw up, gaze away, body back or turned.
Deirdre Franklin
01:26:03
(dog on right)
Dena Friend
01:26:06
Leaning away
Terry Conroy
01:26:08
Paw raised and avoidance behavior by black dog
caroline zeledon
01:26:23
mountain dog is trying to avoid conflict, white dog is interested in the other dog
Emily Bunney
01:26:58
black and white dog very stiff, brown dog more wiggly
Emily Bunney
01:27:20
paw lifts from white and black dog
Liz Villa
01:27:22
too much tension on the leashes
Deirdre Franklin
01:27:24
less of an intense greeting since people are redirecting based on videographers view
Laurie Berke
01:27:40
Fabulously done by their handlers!!
Hannah Black
01:27:48
the brown dog was trying to avoid conflict in most of their interactions thus far
Ilka Daniel
01:27:54
no human hands
Arletta Hodge
01:28:10
Not very good leash handling of the brown dog making difficult for the dogs to interact properly , too much interference from handlers
Mary Thury
01:28:18
love the handling
Anne Bell
01:28:18
why does she keep tying? The Bl & wh dogs is not happy
Laurie Berke
01:28:24
At first I thought the black & white dog wanted to play.
Lori Klingbeil
01:28:27
yes black and white much more confidant
Jane Horsfield
01:28:28
wanted the interaction on her terms
Mary Goyette
01:28:30
black and white dog stiff body posture got too pushy
Sharon Hobson
01:28:33
B&W dog very confident, doesn't back off at all when brown dog lunges initially. But weirdly has a lifted paw at the same time as her body was shifted forward.
Barbara Walter
01:28:34
handler of black & white dog should not have put her hands between them, also was not paying attn to her dog
Laurie Berke
01:28:45
That lifted paw got me too!
kinga vurm
01:29:13
what is suggested to HOW separate both dogs before one snaps???
Lori Klingbeil
01:29:16
black and white seems confident but also cautious
Sally Ashbridge
01:29:32
I felt the black and white dog was more tense and therefore more quick to show aggression
Penny Bolton
01:29:40
Helps to call away frequently
Megan Premer
01:29:45
Can we watch it again?
kinga vurm
01:30:24
unfortunately, I observed many times that Dogs do not behave normally, like they used to yrs ago; more stress, more frantic beh, etc
Deirdre Franklin
01:30:26
was part of the issue due to a face to face initial greeting instead of a rear end greeting?
Sally Ashbridge
01:30:47
Might they have been better off lead here? Not that you could risk it….in a
kinga vurm
01:30:58
toss Tx on groung OR NOT????
kinga vurm
01:31:05
ground
Laurie Berke
01:31:14
Brown dog was on tighter leash. Did that effect his behavior here & make him less confident?
Penny Bolton
01:31:15
Long lines better.
Lori Klingbeil
01:31:45
I wonder that also Laurie
Beth Abramson
01:31:56
kinga vummbad idea to toss treats on ground between two dogs....
Megan Premer
01:31:59
Thanks you!
Sally Ashbridge
01:32:06
Thank you very much
Linda Vance
01:32:13
Excellent. Thank you!
Kimm Hunt
01:32:14
thank you!
Penny Bolton
01:32:15
wow! Great videos and examples
Beth Abramson
01:32:16
thank you.
Jessica Phillips
01:32:16
Thank you!!
Deirdre Franklin
01:32:17
Thanks Pam!
Barbara Walter
01:32:19
thank you Dr Reid
Arletta Hodge
01:32:20
Thank you so much fabulous
kinga vurm
01:32:21
WOULD YOU TOSS TREAts or not?
Sheila Foss
01:32:22
Thank you for your most informative presentation!
Hannah Black
01:32:23
thank you
Lori Klingbeil
01:32:26
thank you
Francoise Reynolds
01:32:34
interesting, thanks!
Lori Klingbeil
01:32:38
i wouldn't toss treats
Kathlene Drew
01:32:43
Thank you! Great information!
Megan Romano
01:32:49
Thank you!
Laurie Berke
01:32:51
Tense leash on brown dog - made him less secure in last video?
judith flaks
01:32:54
thank you
Ginni Yeung
01:32:56
Thank yoou!
Katie Sweeney
01:33:06
Very informative! Thanks!!
Logan Delk
01:33:10
I am liking this really well and how long has dig have been doing this for
Arletta Hodge
01:33:14
it makes me want to watch and watch dogs again and again
Barbara Walter
01:33:27
an aside - wish there was a way to turn OFF chat window
kinga vurm
01:33:29
pl, tell me-toss treats or NOT?
Melody Furcini
01:33:31
Thanks so much! Learned a lot!
Dena Friend
01:33:34
Where is the poll?
Sharon Hobson
01:33:39
I really liked the videos and Dr. Reid's analysis. It was really helpful.
judith flaks
01:33:49
very informative will pass along the recording to others in my rescue
Logan Delk
01:33:52
and can you come to the Putnam county shelter pls pam
Debbie Ames
01:33:57
Great presentation. Thank you!
kinga vurm
01:33:59
toss on groung
Logan Delk
01:34:18
awesome job
Michelle Verga
01:34:37
thank you!
Ilka Daniel
01:34:42
where is the poll
Barbara Hopson
01:34:48
Thank you.
Sandy De Lisle
01:35:03
Daniel, the poll is over--so sorry!
Logan Delk
01:35:07
how can you tell the grould
Megan Romano
01:35:20
The guarding one sounds like they might eat the bone and then the other dog
Ericka Kinsey
01:35:37
Megan, I agree!
Yuki Maruyama
01:35:43
Correlation between arousal levels and cortisol levels?
Megan Romano
01:35:47
or whomever is guarding the bone
Ericka Kinsey
01:35:55
When is Part 3? These webinars are so informative and helpful!
Megan Romano
01:35:57
*approaching the bone
Linda Donohue
01:36:01
Why does a dog in a car act more aggressive than other times
Logan Delk
01:36:05
can you come to the Putnam county shrltet
Sally Ashbridge
01:36:46
“High drive dogs”, good for working
Megan Romano
01:36:58
Dog in car - guarding territory plus they're cornered. Like a portable yard.
Sally Ashbridge
01:37:04
Adrenaline and arousal
Linda Donohue
01:37:14
thx
Logan Delk
01:37:40
come to the Putnam county shelter and help me
kinga vurm
01:37:40
WHY SOME DOGS ON LEASH ARE MOSTLY AGGRESSIVE & NOT WHEN OFF?
Linda Donohue
01:37:45
Megan thx
Yuki Maruyama
01:38:03
Thank you very much!
Chelly Bolger Wathen
01:38:03
thanks, that was great info.
Sally Ashbridge
01:38:06
Because choice is taken away from how they can react: they can’t escare
Sandy De Lisle
01:38:07
Thanks for joining!
Dena Friend
01:38:08
Thnak you!
Megan Romano
01:38:10
Many thanks!!
Michelle Verga
01:38:18
thanks again.
Glen Hatchell
01:38:20
ThanksThansk!!!!
Megan Romano
01:38:22
What Sally said :)
Dayna Reynolds
01:38:26
Thank you!
caroline zeledon
01:38:32
thank you
Garrett Williams
01:38:33
truly more than a feeling! thanks guys