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Updated: Oct 10, 2023

Bonnie is a very, very excitable dog.

She was originally highly reactive to other dogs, and very frustrated by them, would pull horrendously on the lead and flail around at the end of it. It was quite uncontrollable.

She now doesn't react to other dogs and she is very, very good on the lead.

We are now working on her behaviours when people come over to the house and when the door goes.

Previously, she had almost run through a glass door when she got excited by someone ringing the doorbell, so we really needed to work on this.

In this session, previously we have taught her to go to bed on cue and to stay there regardless of what else is happening.

Today we are pairing this with the door. So I was there on Zoom watching everything, while I walked past the house outside, and rang the doorbell, the owner would then ask Bonnie to go to bed and to stay.

We built this up until the doorbell rang, Bonnie went to her bed, and the owner was able to get to the door, open the door, and have a very brief conversation whilst Bonnie stayed there.

Bonnie and her owners are solid workers.

They've done really, really well here, and they are definitely reaping the rewards!

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