What are dogs saying? Deb Helfrich explains at New Haven library

NEW HAVEN — For the dog lovers among us, the New Haven Community Library will be hosting Deb Helfrich of Gold Star Dog Training on Wednesday evening, Sept. 26, at 7 p.m. Helfrich who will be sharing her knowledge of dog communication and explaining what dogs are saying with their bodies in a program called, “Woof! What’s the Dog Saying?”
This popular long-running lecture is a multi-media extravaganza of fun. Deb will demystify dog communication and explore how dogs and others can live safely and happily together. At the end of the presentation, the audience will get the chance to practice reading dog body language through several engaging exercises.
Organizers have noted that this event is for humans only, so dogs must be left at home.
The library is located at 78 North Street in New Haven, and the program is free and accessible. Call Deborah for further information at 453-4015.

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