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Yesterday was our first day back with clients and back in full swing.

We kicked off the day by heading over to do some dog training in Newcastle with Bramble the 2-year-old Border Terrier. Bramble reacts at other dogs which started and gradually got worse over the last year. He stalks other dogs from quite far away and can’t be distracted from it and will bark and lunge as he gets closer. If he’s up close with dogs, he can become aggressive but is clearly unhappy with dogs being close to him, especially Jack Russell’s.

We taught him that dogs predict tasty treats and by the end of the session he was seeing 3 of my dogs, inc jack Russell and looking back at his owners for a treat automatically.

Awesome work!

Missy the Staffy. Next, we headed over to Whitley Bay to see Missy for our second session. During the first session, we sorted out her over-excitement around guests and stopped the jumping up, which she’s doing awesome with and they’ve even had their kids involved in the training.

Today we went out and about and worked on her loose leash walking, we very quickly had her calm and walking beautifully on the lead. Finally, we worked on her recall and introduced a new recall cue and she was coming when called all around the house.

Missy is doing fab and is a great little pup!

Harley and Tilly the Pomeranians. Finally, we went to see these 2 lovely pups. On walks, they are barking and lunging at every person and dog they see from quite far away. We did some work on their focus and then started teaching them that people and dogs predicted good stuff. By the end of the session, they were seeing people and looking back at their guardian for the goodies!

Well done

We also had our monthly session with Merlin the GSD in Washington where we did some footprint tracking with him and tightened up his focus and loose leash walking.

Everyone did awesomely and this was a fantastic first day back will of success.

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