Doggie Language: A Dog Lover's Guide to Understanding your Best Friend. Lili Chin (Book)

$12.99 USD

Format: Physical Book

Warning: Once you get this little book in your hands, you may end up getting one for every friend or family member with a dog. Check out the images to see what I mean.

Dogs communicate with so much more than barks and tail wags, and misreading doggie body language makes life challenging for both dogs and their humans.

This book by Lili Chin is the perfect illustrated guide to seeing and understanding subtle visual cues and interpreting your dog's behavior to express how they're feeling - helping them to feel safe and happy!

NEWS FLASH!  I've asked the fabulous Chirag Patel and Kathy Sdao to hold a Panel Discussion with me on this great little book. Three sets of professional dog behavior eyes to help you put these clear illustrations into practice. Lili will also be there to answer your questions. 2 CPDT CEUs, pending. Broadcasting LIVE on March 13, 2021 and you get the recording too.

Webinar purchase is separate from the the book.  As with all classes, the webinar is free for Diamond Members of the school (but does not include Lili's book).

About the Author 
Before illustrating her own wildly popular dog behavior book, artist Lili Chin was already well-known for co-creating the Warner Bros hit animated series "Mucha Lucha" and her fantastic dog art. She’s also the illustrator for my BAT book and Ahimsa Dog Training Manual.

Lili's dog illustrations have been used by dog trainers in books, educational programs, including in a World Health Organization dog bite prevention campaign. A partial list of prominent behaviorists, authors, and organizations that have used her dog art include Dr. Sophia Yin, Fear Free Pets, RSPCA, and the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC), and her viral Doggie Language poster has been translated into many different languages and is used by dog rescues and shelters around the world.

Lili's story and work have been featured on websites ranging from Dogster and The Dodo, to the American Geographical Society and Scientific American. She also manages an online shop of her stylized prints and gift products. Lili's inspiration is Boogie, her rescued blue-eyed Boston Terrier (12.11.04 - 10.20.20). She currently lives in Los Angeles with a growing collection of boardgames. 

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