Just wanted to thank you for your incredible session yesterday,
and to let you know that I have just taken Ruby out for a 30
minute walk, she walked beautifully on the lead, and although
resistant to sitting, I kept persevering! We even crossed the
road as the dog she had tried to attack previously crossed
opposite us, (What a coincidence!) Ruby was already sitting and
didn't move a muscle!
Roads where she would usually have strained very much at the
lead, she just trotted along nicely!
I don't think she even barked once after you left yesterday,
even with Maya and her friends coming and going.
I know it's not a miracle cure and we have a lot of work to do,
but it feels like we've taken a huge leap!
So thank you!
Looking forward to becoming even better owners on Sunday!
Just wanted to send a quick e-mail to thank-you for time and
help last Monday with our bulldog Alfie. The difference has been
He is walking much better than he ever has and we are walking
with him for 45mins to an hour in morning and 30-45mins in
afternoon. We make him walk either beside us or slightly behind
us, and he has soon learnt this and walks great with a loose
We are much firmer on him
now and are very clear with him what behaviour will not
We are still having the odd grumble but find that with
quick correction with confidence stops this dead.
We have also been making an effort to touch Alfie's head
and ears and people have already commented on him being
more accepting of this.
Meeting you was like a breath of fresh air; we were
really very worried about the situation and needed the
confidence to start to sort it out, which you provided
We realise that we have to keep it up and this is just
the beginning but by treating Alfie as a dog rather than
a human in furry coat we are beginning to see how much
happier and relaxed he can be.
All the best,
Dan + Han
I hope you remember me and my German Shepherd Cara. I did two
sessions with you and am I writing to thank you for all your
advice and help for me. Her lead work is now really good and we
have a lovely relationship, she certainly knows that I am now
the BOSS !! thanks to your advice and guidance
She is not allowed on the furniture, she is not allowed in my
bedroom, she no longer jumps up at me at the front door when I
come in and we "play" a lot together. My relationship with her
is much better and I do not treat her like my child/baby she is
my dog and she has to do as she is told.
I went along a very long road with her, and at one stage really
thought I couldn't do it, but feel I came through the tunnel and
now I am very proud when out with her.