Have you heard about "the calming signals"?
Turid Rugaas has observed and documented several signals that the dogs use in their communications, thus being the "founder" of the expression calming signals.
Get lifetime access to her 1 hour and 7 min recorded talk about the language of dogs.
In addition, you get 1 year free access to our monthly online Q&A about the dog language by Lisbeth Borg de Waard.
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The last Sunday of every month we will send you an email with the invitation to the online Q&A.
About Turid Rugaas:
Turid Rugaas is a renowned Norwegian author and dog trainer. She got her first dog in 1948 and has been training since 1969. In 1992 she started educating other dog trainers and giving seminars. Since then she has travelled the world for the past 50 years teaching dog owners and professionals about dog language and behaviour.
Turid has published several books and DVDs including the popular best seller On Talking Terms with Dogs. She has identified some 30 calming signals to explain the communication of dogs, that have since helped dog trainers, behaviourists, veterinarians and ethologists world wide to understand dog language.
She founded the Pet Dog Trainers of Europe (PDTE) and is the current president of the organization that is leading the concept of humane dog training in Europe.
In 2017 Rugaas was awarded the King's Badge of Honour, by the Norwegian King, HM Harald VI for her contributions over the last 50 years in the field of canine behaviour.
Rugaas has been focusing on developing new methods and natural methods of training to solve behavioural problems. These activities includes:
About Lisbeth Borg de Waard:
Lisbeth is a Norwegian dog trainer certified by Turid Rugaas International Dog Trainer School, and founder of Nordic Education Centre for Dog Trainers and (Nordic Dog Trainer) and the Norwegian dog school Innlandet Hundesenter.
She is a former university assistant professor, and has 20 years experience working with dog behaviour and problem solving in Norway and internationally. She is the chair of Pet Dog Trainers of Europe (PDTE).