What's it all about?

Why do some dogs tilt their heads when we talk to them?

What’s that constant sniffing all about?

Why does my dog yawn when I take its photo?

Why do some dogs just not get along?

Dogs and humans have been living and working together for thousands of years. The relationships we build with dogs can be hugely beneficial to the well-being of both species. It can also be a source of stress, frustration and misunderstanding.


This workshop will examine the myths around dog behaviour and teach you to see things from a canine point of view. It’s a fascinating world of scents, tail wags, woofs and play.

What will be covered?

What is the role of dogs in society today?

Learn about the history and changing role of dogs in our world

How do dogs communicate?

Discover how dogs communicate using their senses and body language

How does communication impact behaviour?

Gain tips about how you can interact with dogs and resolve behaviour issues using modern and scientifically supported methods

How can I best support my dog?

Understand how to keep dogs and humans safe by observing key canine signals

Course details




Tuesday 16 June

1.5 hours

10:00 - 11:30 (BST)

11:00 - 12:30 (CEST)

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1.5 hours of interactive learning in a friendly and welcoming environment + accompanying resources

Small learning group with maximum of 20 participants

Interactive session with group exercises and space for discussions and questions

You will need Wi-Fi access and a computer with a microphone + video

the Secret language of dogs

Unlock the secret of canine communication during this interactive online workshop for dog owners. Learn how to understand and interact with your dog in a way that makes sense to them.

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workshop host


Harriet Alexander

Lead Faciliator

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Harriet has been working with dogs and their humans for several years. She has worked as a trainer and behaviourist in both London and Melbourne, and is the Founder of All Dogs Are Good. She is a full member and country representative of the Pet Dog Trainers of Europe, and runs workshops in Australia and abroad. She has learnt from some of the big names in training, including Turid Rugaas, Anne Lill-Kvam and Winkie Spiers. She is mad about dog behaviour and loves observing and learning from all the dogs she encounters!