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Socialising and obedience 30 Jun 2015 15:55 #9930

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We have recently changed our trainer to one who is a dog spychologist. All the training is done outside in 2 large fields.
I was a bit dubious at first with Xeta pulling on leash and trying to jump at other dogs which may be up to 100 yards away.
The first day, she was kept on a long leash and just walked around the field trying to get to the other dogs in the next field.
The second day, she was allowed into the filed and I was told to let her of leash. The result was fantastic. All the worries about her wanting to attack other dogs and all she wanted to do, was play with them. When she was put back on leash to do some training, fabulous.
Hope she does as well now she has been spayed.

Re: Socialising and obedience 30 Jun 2015 23:54 #9931

That's great news So she was just jumping at other dogs in excitment to play I'm so glad for you sometimes we fear the worse and it's nothing but playful excitement, I`ve had simular incedents with my Asia, it's just having that bit of confidence to believe the best in them isn't it keep up the good work
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