Archive for February, 2015

Ellie the final

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So Ellie is now happy and confident round dogs.

She can even stay in training while dogs run round and past her.

She is no longer scared or vocal around dogs.

She can listen to Mum when under pressure by strange dogs.

She was never a big problem, but important that is is the best she can be.

All her Mum’s hard work paid off.

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Ellie

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Ellie made progress, learning agility, but still was reactive if dogs came too close.

She joined the kiss/chase group.

This was dogs off the lead, playing run as a pack, so a top bitch ruling the group and was very interactive.

Ellie learnt to cope and change her behaviour.

The hard thing was for Mum to not react and walk away when needed.

Ellie learnt to go behind, interact and even politely tell off.

 

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Ellie

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So the plan for Ellie was training class to build her confidence round dogs.

She was taught to go away from MUM and this was hard to start with.

Don’t get me wrong Ellie was not a big problem, just very under confident round dogs.

Squealing and barking if they came near her.

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The story of Ellie

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Ellie is a Blue roan Cocker spaniel.

She was a bit shy, but very responsive to training.

Her problem was if dogs approached her she screamed and ran and ran. By scream I do mean as if she was being injured, it was like hysteria.

This week we are covering how she overcame this with help from Dogsbgood and lots of work from Mummy Andrea.

Ellie is now confident enough to stand and say “so what” when a dog approaches, she even politely told ...

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Animal Communication

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It is always nice to help out grieving owners, when you can help them speak to their lost animal.

It is a great part of my work and very rewarding.

Owners often need to ask unspoken questions, for peace of mind.

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The right dog

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When looking at dogs, rescue or puppies, please consider your lifestyle.

Your dog has to fit into your home and it has to be possible.

So if you are not an all weather walker, get a lower energy breed.

If you hate mess then not a mud monster or heavy shedder.

Please think first

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