Course curriculum

  • 1
    Introduction
    • introduction to the course
  • 2
    Olfaction
    • olfaction
    • Olfaction References
    • Investigating urine
    • Investigating faeces
    • Female urinating
    • Male raised leg urination
    • Males over marking
    • Males over marking example 2
    • investigating the anal area
    • Flehmen response
    • Discussions on Olfaction
  • 3
    Vocal communication
    • barking
    • Alarm bark (audio)
    • isolation bark (audio)
    • Play bark (audio)
    • Attention seeking vocalisations (audio)
    • growls
    • audio26-resource guarding growl
    • Small dog resource guarding growl (audio)
    • Play growls (audio)
    • Play growl (audio)
    • Play growls (audio)
    • Play growls (audio)
    • other vocalisations
    • Vocalisation References
    • Tooth snap (audio)
    • Yelp (audio)
    • Play whine (audio)
    • Whine (audio)
    • Play howl (audio)
    • Howl (audio)
    • Groaning (audio)
    • Play panting (audio)
    • 'Talking' (audio)
    • 'Talking' (audio)
    • staffie talking (audio)
    • Puppy mewling (audio)
    • Scream (audio)
    • Yawn (audio)
    • Groaning in response to social contact
    • Play solicitation and howl at a human
    • Discussions on Vocalisations
  • 4
    Body language
    • reading a dog
    • distance increasing decreasing signals
    • dog bite no 1
    • dog bite no 2
    • dog bite 2 transcript
    • context - taking signals into context and looking at the whole picture
    • Two different lip licks, it's all about context
    • Growling. Watch for the escalation of the signal
    • Rearing up, is this play? uncertainty? or a build up to a fight?
    • Protection of a resource
    • Two dogs that aren't familiar with each other. What do you see?
  • 5
    Calming signals
    • Calming Signals
    • Calming Signals Examples - Have A Go At Identifying Them (no sound on this video)
    • Lip licking
    • Lip licking and yawning
    • Shake off
    • Raised hackles, paw lift and a snarl
  • 6
    Play
    • Play bow
    • Lip lick and snarl
    • What do you see here?
    • Play - is it well matched or not?
    • Two dogs playing and a third joins them. Is he welcome or not?
    • Two dog play joined by a third. look for whether this is welcomed and also look at play styles
    • Uninvited play by one dog and then social grooming
    • Play or resource guarding?
    • Play or bullying?