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They Said What?!?! A Guardian's Guide to Canine Body Language

Reading and understanding your dog's body language is an essential skill for all dog owners. Join us for an in-depth, interactive look at dog body language in a variety of situations and contexts, using photos and videos. Come learn and test your interpretive skills in a lively conversation about what dogs are saying with their bodies and how you can use that to be a safer, more attentive dog guardian and a better dog friend.
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This is an online event. This webinar will be recorded and sent out two weeks after the live event.

Anyone who purchases a ticket will receive a recording one week after the event date. You will be able to view the webinar even if you cannot join us on the live event date. The recording will be available for viewing for up to 12 months. This webinar will also be available for purchase on our website 3 weeks after the live event.

1.5 CEUs Available

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You can now join the Basic Membership Level. The Basic Level provides you with 25% off ALL webinars, seminars and workshops! Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for animal training and behavior professionals are offered for current and future webinars, not past webinars. You will have access to our webinar content for the length of your membership.

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These webinars are suitable for pet guardians, veterinary professionals, animal trainers, animal behaviorists, dog sports teams, shelter and rescue staff and volunteers, and anyone with an interest in evidence-based behavior intervention.
Meet the instructor

Jennifer Abrams

Jennifer Abrams, an Associate Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, is a CT native who is proud to call NYC home. She earned her A.S. in Veterinary Technology and a NYS Veterinary Technicians license in 2011, a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Animal Behavior from SUNY Empire State College in 2013 and an M.A. in Animal Behavior & Conservation from Hunter College in 2019. Her thesis, “Trazodone as a mediator of transitional stress in a shelter” was published in the Journal of Veterinary Behavior in 2020. Jennifer is also a Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer (CSAT).Before joining Behavior Vets, Jen spent nine years at Animal Care Centers of NYC. She started as a licensed veterinary technician and quickly became a Behavior Supervisor, Behavior and Enrichment Manager, Senior Manager of Behavior and Volunteer Programs, and finally the Director of Animal Welfare. She developed best practices and organizational policies to improve the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of the companion animals under ACC’s care and oversaw the behavioral evaluation and environmental enrichment program as well as the canine behavior training and outreach program.Jen has spoken at the Animal Behavior Society, National Council on Pet Population Research Symposium, Canine Science Conference, and Humane Society of the United States Animal Care Expo. Her work has been featured in the Association of Shelter Veterinarians newsletter, The New York Times, and on She was featured on Episode 6 of “Shelter Me: Hearts and Paws” on PBS.In her spare time, Jen likes to cook, swim, and hike. She is also a sports enthusiast with an affinity for the NY Mets and the LV Raiders. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her boyfriend and dog.
Patrick Jones - Course author