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Last session with Sol yesterday in Ryton.

Updated: Aug 23, 2022

Originally Denise was called in as Sol was an obsessive spinner, even banging into objects wouldn't stop.

After a vet check-over ruled out no medical causes we did a full analysis of Sol's needs to determine what was causing the spinning and how to fix it. His spinning came from a mixture of over-excitement from people entering and attention seeking.

Temporarily Sol was kept on a lead ever indoors so his owners could stop him from spinning or hurting himself. Reducing him practicing the spinning.

We worked on Sol's teachings on how to Go To Bed and started to teach him to settle so he wasn't allowed to approach the person until he had calmed.

His owners have increased his mental stimulation and problem-solving games so he's mentally more tired, and more likely to settle.

Looked at impulse control games to help teach Sol to control his excitement when people enter and also how to get him to control his Terrier instincts.

Sol & Co have done fantastic so far and now just need to continue with management and training.

Well done!

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