NPR : Welcome Your Dog’s Love with Open Arms
Learn to learn from dogs
Learn how to reassure dogs & win their trust
Enter the world of canine education
Dogs are perfect companions who help us slow down and appreciate the smaller things in life. But, it’s hard to build a peaceful relationship when there is miscommunication that leads to excessive barking, nipping, destruction, chewing and biting. We help you change that so you and your dog can bond for life.
If you’re looking to pursue your dream career of working with dogs or are a canine professional looking to upgrade your knowledge, you’ve come to the right place. You can get a globally recognized and accredited diploma in canine behaviour and ethology at BHARCS. Learn with students from all over the world!
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Courses & Workshops
The BHARCS approach to dog behaviour is through cutting-edge scientific research and empathy. Our courses & workshops are designed to aid your learning even if you’re absolutely new to this world of learning to learn from dogs. Whether you are a pet parent trying to understand your own dog, a rescuer or professional looking to learn better dog handling or an aspiring behaviour consultant or researcher, we have something for you.
A professional licensing program, a pet parent coaching program and an expert up-skilling program...
Advanced diploma on canine behaviour & ethology.
BACBED is an online-enabled, accredited England Level 4 Diploma that provides you all the education and support you will need to launch your career of working with dogs.
decoding your dog's behaviour
Based on behavioural and ethological research, Sindhoor Pangal uses engaging anecdotes to delve into the ancient, deep and often magical bond that dogs and humans share. Dog Knows is a book that any dog lover will want to have on their shelves.
"As someone who’d been rescuing animals since a young child, and as someone who then went on to work at animal shelters, it wasn’t until a few years ago that a particularly difficult case left me feeling stuck. This dog, Snow, was abandoned and broken beyond any dog I’d ever come across. He was labelled as a biting/aggressive dog and was put in a kennel. I brought him out of there and into my home, and that’s when I saw how hard this road was going to be for the both of us. He simply did not want to get better, he did not want to trust, he did not want to live. And I simply did not know how to help him.
My journey with BHARCS started then, I started with the CE101, and just 2 weeks into the 3 week course I was starting to unlearn everything I knew, change my perspective, question the way we do rescues, and started seeing a way of doing things that built on values that have been important to me - respect, communication, empathy, and choice. Soon after I joined the BACBED course, and this was harder for me, because I truly needed to change so much about what I was doing, I needed to now start implementing this new way, and when you’ve done something for twenty years, that’s not easy.
But now when I’m called for a rescue, my entire approach has changed. I do things differently. I truly feel this will be so beneficial for the people and animals involved in rescues especially, we need to know there is a better, kinder way of doing things. We need to stop and take notice of how our actions impact animals, we cannot be dismissive of their feelings, their fears, their insecurities, and their choices. BHARCS was a life-changing for me."
Rescuer & Pet Parent, Bengaluru