Raising Canine

Teach Animals to Communicate with Manners

Course Information:

This course is classified as an “Oldie but Goodie.” For more information on Oldies but Goodies, click here.

ONLINE SEMINAR presenting a portion of the book: AnimalSign To You. Imagine! Signing Is Not Just for Primates Anymore. By Sean Senechal

Teach Animals to Communicate with Manners

Ms. Senechal will briefly review the concepts in her book AnimalSign To You. Imagine! Signing Is Not Just for Primates Anymore that were presented at the previous seminar in March. She will explain approach toward animals as language learners. She will discuss AnimalSign Language for dogs and horses in detail, going over the language structure, the teaching method, and list sign examples for companion and service dogs. She will detail how to begin teaching AnimalSign to animals, covering key concepts needed to teach. Incorporating this language tool into your training will extend animal capabilities, strengthen the polite communication and bonding. Ms. Senechal will take your recommendations for her upcoming canine Gestionary (K9ASL—ASL for Dogs, EquineSign—ASL for Horses). You leave the seminar with a set of beginning language lessons for 3 signs for a horse and dog, worksheets, and a journal aiding you in teaching animals to better communicate.

Pre-requisites OR Target Level of Knowledge:

1. The Previous March 5 Seminar: ‘Can Animals Learn to Extend Their Natural Communication?’ (This is available free on Raising Canine’s audio-taped telecourses page)
2. Reading ‘AnimalSign To You’, by Senechal so you can understand what I will present at this upcoming April seminar. You will get a discount if you sign up for May 28 seminar. (instructions will be e-mail upon enrollment)

Instructor: Sean Senechal
Continuing Education Units (CEUs):
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Course Length: 1.5 hours
Original Air Date: 2008
Course Cost: $10.00

Contact Information: sue@raisingcanine.com
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