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All of these posters and more can be found for free download in the Resources section. Some posters are available for purchase in the Low Stress Handing® store.

4-in-1 Poster

The 4 most popular posters are all in one great poster. Perfect for clinics, waiting rooms, and boarding facilities.

Body Language of Feline Anxiety Poster

The first step to keeping animals calm is understanding their way of communicating with us, humans. The Body Language of Feline Anxiety poster covers the most important cues to cat behavior.

Body Language of Fear in Dogs Poster

Every year over 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs in the United States. One of the most common causes of biting and aggression in dogs is fear. This color poster developed by Dr. Sophia Yin and illustrated by Lili Chin, shows the common as well as more subtle signs of fear and anxiety in dogs.

How to Greet a Dog (and What to Avoid) Poster

This color poster, developed by Dr. Sophia Yin and illustrated by Lili Chin, shows appropriate ways to interact and greet a dog while also illustrating the types of interactions to avoid.

How Kids Should and Should Not Interact with Dogs Poster

More than 800,000 individuals receive medical attention for dog bites, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. At least half of those bitten are children. These two posters demonstrate to kids and parents the types of interactions they should avoid with dogs, as well as the types of play and interactions that are appropriate.

Four Quadrants of Operant Conditioning

Find out how to classify techniques in a methodical manner.

Dr. Yin’s Top 10 Dog Training Tips

Have you ever gone to a dog training class or taken a private lesson and left with your head swimming? With so much information, the main messages can sometimes get lost among the more intricate details.

The Puppy Socialization Checklist

This 6-page checklist breaks the process into categories and allows owners to keep track, not only of the socialization opportunities but of their pet’s progress.

Canine Bite Levels

One way to find out how serious a bite may be is to acknowledge that different levels of bites exist. Dr. Ian Dunbar first developed this bite levels system and Dr. Sophia Yin modified the description of these levels on the poster that includes artwork by Lili Chin.

Dog Park Etiquette

Anyone who frequents dog parks and knows about dog behavior probably knows the importance of dog park etiquette.

7 Things All Dogs Need

This handout is extremely helpful when adding a companion to your family. How many toys do you need, which leashes are right? Do they need a harness, a collar or a bed? You can find your answers here.

How To Handle Patients in a Caring Manner and What to Avoid

Sometimes we inadvertently do actions that make the animal more uncomfortable or scared, which in turn makes each interaction more laborious and even unsafe. The difference between a positive interaction and negative interaction is about whether we can understand the animal’s point of view.

Monthly Newsletter and Behavior Bytes

Sign up to have CattleDog Publishing bi-weekly articles automatically delivered to your email. At the beginning of each month the Newsletter contains a main article and an “Ask the Low Stress Handling® Team” question. The main article is geared towards topics that help bridge the gap between veterinary professionals and pet owners. The questions come from fellow pet owners through CattleDog Publishing email and social media pages. Behavior Bytes are sent out in the middle of the month, and they consist of short, image heavy, how-to articles to help with training and animal handling needs. Newsletter questions? Email CattleDog Publishing here.

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