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Hone your skills in making safe dog introductions. Remember that your personal safety is always the top priority. If you do not feel safe in a situation, get a staff member to help you before proceeding.
Learn how to identify ways to interact with dogs (including shy and aggressive ones) for a positive outcome. This is important information designed to keep you safe while working with dogs.
Animal welfare professionals who understand canine body language may place dogs more appropriately, conduct more predictive assessments, avoid bites, and provide better quality of life for dogs in their care.
Learn how to effectively use common types of dog handling equipment found in a shelter setting. Be sure to ask any questions about equipment you do not understand.