This is a Digital Download of the PowerPoint CD.
What you will get with this digital download:
1: Zip File of "What is My Dog Saying at the Dog Park?"
2: Instructions on how to download this zip file (Download first)
Zip File Size: 229 MB
Power Point presentation, now on CD! (For Windows)(For Mac, there is a PPT98VW.HQX viewer file included on the disk. If you have trouble viewing the videos, download the Flip4Mac_WMV_2-188.8.131.52.dmg plugin, free, here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/wmcomponents.mspx) Addresses dog to dog play and dog park safety.
Do you want to learn more about what dogs are saying to each other, to other animals, and to you? Are you a dog class instructor who wishes you had something you could show your classes to help your students better understand their dogs? Are you a dog training school owner, day care provider or shelter director who would like to give your staff the tools they need to better read and understand the animals in your care - and stay safer on the job?
This CD has over 100 slides featuring great stills and video clips of dogs speaking dog . Help your staff and students better understand their dogs!
Have you been wishing you had photos and video to present to staff, fellow trainers and clients, but just don t have the time to collect them all? Carol has done it for you in this excellent representation of dog language . Tawzer Dog Videos has produced many dvd s on dog language and ranks this new CD right at the top for a new media resource, power point on CD .
"Ever wonder what your dog is really thinking when you pat him on the head? This PowerPoint presentation is like a web lesson about dog language. At present, there are a couple of books out there on the same subject, but those books rely on still photographs as illustrations. This PowerPoint uses live-action video clips embedded right where you need them, which is a powerful tool and also shows the speed at which these things can change. It will teach you to be a better observer of your dog and improve your understanding of your dog. I picked up a couple of things myself that I had never noticed before. Highly recommended". --Karen Pryor Clickertraining.com
I used your CD "What is my Dog Saying?" tonight at a talk I gave at the local library on dog body language! It was a big hit. I felt very prepared and able to explain everything because your video provided the back up. Thank you again for a great product! -- Robi Kublin CPDT Willowwick, Oh CLICK-Canine Learning I Coach K-9's
I just got a chance to watch the CD and I think it is great! I can tell that you put a lot of time and effort into the presentation, and the video clips are golden. I work for a group of referral veterinary hospitals in New England providing behavior consultations for dogs and cats. I did my post-doctoral work with Drs. Nick Dodman and Alice Moon-Fanelli at the Tufts Animal Behavior Clinic in MA and am now setting up shop on my own. I am preparing a lecture for veterinary technicians on canine and feline behavior and proper handling/restraint. I am sure that your slides will come in useful for them to drive the point home and increase their understanding and awareness when working with painful, aggressive, or anxious dogs at the hospital. Thank you so much for making this! Best Regards, --Dr. Kati Wrubel, Animal Behavior Services InTown Veterinary Group
I have used the CD twice now and it is great! The kids respond so well and all learn! The embedded videos are great! Thanks for making and sharing such a wonderful teaching tool! --Mary Carney Humane Education Coordinator