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Reactivity is our thing

Our first success of the day comes from Chino, the Lurcher from Houghton Le Spring. Marking our third session together and our second on reactivity, we ventured to Herrington Park, with its abundance of dogs. Chino's transformation is amazing; he calmly walked close to numerous dogs, only reacting once to a dog that dashed past us. Considering a couple of weeks ago Chino struggled to even pass a dog across the road, his progress is a testament to his and his owner's hard work and dedication. He's nearly mastered his training, showing incredible improvement.

Then there's Indie, a German Shepherd who has presented one of the most challenging cases yet. Indie's owner, a paragon of strength and dedication, has made significant strides in managing Indie's focus and reducing reactivity outdoors. While we still have a lot of work ahead, the progress made thus far is outstanding. Indie's owner's commitment is truly inspiring, highlighting the impact of perseverance and training strategies.

A huge round of applause to both dog and owner pairs for their incredible progress and determination. Your hard work is paying off, and it's heartening to see such transformations.

If you're inspired by Chino and Indie's journeys and face similar challenges with your dogs, don't hesitate to reach out. Transformation is possible, and we're here to help guide you every step of the way.

If this case sounds like your dog and you are having a similar issue, or a different issue entirely, book a FREE assessment call with us by clicking HERE

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