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This is a discussion on Calming Signals within the Training and Behavior Stickies forums, part of the Dog Training and Behavior category; Don't know if this has been linked yet, but since Rugaas' awesome site/article is no longer available , thought I'd post this summary: Understanding How ...

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Old 05-04-2014, 11:25 PM
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Don't know if this has been linked yet, but since Rugaas' awesome site/article is no longer available , thought I'd post this summary: Understanding How Dogs Communicate With Each Other - Whole Dog Journal Article

From Sarah Kalnajs
THE LANGUAGE OF DOGS - UNDERSTANDING CANINE BODY LANGUAGE AND OTHER COMMUNICATION SIGNALS DVD SET - Dog Training and Behavior - Dogwise.com (book)
Reactive Champion: Sarah Kalnajs Seminar: Signs of Stress (seminar summary and illustrations)
http://www.dogtalk.com/Body%20Language%20of%20Dogs.pdf (outline)
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http://theartofdog.com/articles/calming.pdf

This one is pretty good too.
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pretty good too.
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I just cleaned out and closed this thread to make the resources linked easier for readers to access without the chit chat.

All of the removed messages are here: http://www.dogforum.com/training-beh...ussion-167594/ and that remains open to further discussion.

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