Body Language Part 2:

How to Tell A Dog is Going to Bite, Before He Actually Bites

Sometimes a bite seems to come “out of the blue,” with what seems like no warning. Whether it’s biting another dog or biting a person, in reality dogs give many clues that they are feeling more and more like biting. In this webinar Sue Sternberg will detail, through extensive video footage, the many signs that a dog is getting ready to bite—whether it’s a person or another dog.

Sue is inviting participants to submit short video clips (30 seconds) for analysis for either Part 1 or Part 2 of this series. If you want to submit what you believe friendly (or unfriendly) looks like in your dog, of if you happen to catch a dog just before he bites, please submit his YouTube or Dropbox link, or email to: at least two weeks prior to the webinar date. Submission of video does not guarantee that it will be used in the webinar.

About Sue

Sue Sternberg has been involved with canine behavior for more than 3 decades. Her experiences include animal control officer, behavioral consultant at the ASPCA, shelter owner, and teacher of dog trainers. She has been involved with her own dogs in a variety of dog sports including agility, nosework, and musical freestyle. In demand as a speaker and consultant worldwide, Sue’s passion for providing quality of life for dogs in their communities is evident in her Training Wheels® program, her involvement with animal shelters, and her work towards developing protocols for safe adoptions. She is the recipient of the APDT’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Webinar will be presented via Zoom. The presentation will be approximately 75 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes for questions.

Webinar link will be emailed 24 & 4 hours in advance.

Cost per individual webinar part: $20 for Y2K9s members; $25 for all others.

Registrar: Lynsey Heffner

Email Lynsey with questions about registration.

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  • Body Language Part 2
     July 23, 2020
     7:00 pm - 8:30 pm