Interactive chart: Interpreting body language

Interactive chart: Interpreting body language

Learn how to read physical signals so you can hear what pet owners aren't saying.
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Jan 29, 2009

Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could read clients' minds? You can, by paying attention to their body language. The chart below explains how to use and read physical signals so you can start hearing what pet owners aren't saying.

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