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Tue 1 Mar 2011, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Blind & Low Vision NZ, 96 Bristol St, Christchurch

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: Natalie Perzylo

Some ten thousand years ago dogs became socialised with people, then people became urbanised and started making rules about dogs. All this time dogs have been watching us. Unique in the animal kingdom for versatility of scale, form, function and the ability to read and learn our body language through watching us, the domesticated dog has become a valued companion.

The relationship is empowered when dog and man (or family) get the skills right. It all begins with reliable ‘sit’. Sitting stops jumping, barking, and unsocial behaviour and will help keep an owners credit card away from the veterinary receptionist.

For dogs to understand our needs, we need to draw on science and experience.

The Christchurch based School of the Naked Dog is giving a free engaging lecture “Mastering the City Dog”. Plenty of parking.

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