Carefully managed paired work with a reactive dog can build confidence at closer distances. It's all about how you set it up. FIRST, FIND YOUR DOG!
Finding a calm, connected dog to work with is the first step, and it can be hard to do! Most of us have friends with dogs, but they don't always tick the Calm, Connected and self-Controlled boxes! Once you've found a dog who is responsive to his/her mum or dad and who can work calmly without staring at your dog (and they definite
This period of social isolation can be a lovely time to share with the family and, after a quick chat with some of our clients, they've sent us some wonderful photos of their children doing creative things with their dogs. The next few weeks can be a good time for your children to deepen their relationship with your dog and learn how to enjoy calmness as well as play together. It could also be a worrying time, though, and the next few weeks could be looking a bit tense in som