It seems to me that easing out of lockdown is as difficult if not more difficult than when we initially were locked down. Especially for our dogs. What is separation anxiety in dogs? In it's simplest form it is when your dog feels uncomfortable, anxious when left alone or sometimes even when not left alone… Continue reading Separation anxiety as we ease out of lockdown.
I often feel happy when I feel in control of my life, this includes in control of my dog. I want to know that she is calm, relaxed and responsive to me. What is even more fascinating to me is that the more the situation feels out of my control the more I “need” to… Continue reading The chaos theory
In this example we will use lack of recall. Your dog knows it name and will respond very well when he/she decides they want to. All our dog’s behaviours can be changed by helping them to become more responsive to us. In order for our dogs to become more responsive to us, we just need… Continue reading The magic is in the understanding.
Dogs are naturally mindful, intuitive and sensitive. They are experts at living in the moment. Anyone who lives with a dog will be able to tell you this. My mission for 2020 is to really listen and learn all the lessons my own dog and those of my clients can teach me. With this in… Continue reading Mindfulness with Dogs
Ok what I really mean is ” I don’t return my client’s call immediately.” I work with many of my clients over 4 sessions and during that time I help them understand “what makes their dog tick” and apply this understanding to their own dog/s with the help of 4 simple principles. We build up… Continue reading Why I don’t return my client’s calls!