Have you ever wished for the ability to communicate with animals, particularly dogs? A growl might stop you in your tracks, but do you notice a yawn?
Since dogs can’t talk, they speak with their bodies. They use tails, ears, mouth, eyes, posture and vocalization to signal their intent and display emotions like stress and happiness. Join Mittsy Voiles, behaviorist with the Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic, for a free workshop"What is my Dog Saying?" on understanding dog body language at 6 p.m. Monday, May 15, in the Community Education Room at the Humane Society of Jefferson County, W6127 Kiesling Road.
There is no cost to attend, but consider bringing a cash donation or items from the humane society’s wish list. Call the shelter, 920-674-2048, to reserve a spot for the workshop. Note that this workshop is for humans only.