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Good news from the training trenches

Some victories for Behavior Adjustment Training today!

I just heard back from a trainer who started BAT with a really over-the-top freaked out foster dog on April 11th. The dog is so much better and just went home with her new family!! and I think there may be footage to use in my seminar.

And my dog, Sagan, played with a client dog. Yes, played! Both were doing BAT at the session. Play started about half an hour in. This was Sagan’s 11th BAT set-up. We left Sagan’s muzzle on, just in case. We’ll be doing another session next weekend.

That one was filmed and will definitely be in my upcoming seminars.

Any Seattle folks have a dog or child that could help me socialize Sagan and Peanut? (dogs for S, kids for P). The trade-off is that you would learn how to do BAT. I’m also fine buying a meal for families who will eat outside a restaurant so Peanut can join you!

Written by Grisha Stewart, Ahimsa Dog Training, Seattle [Slashdot] [Digg] [Reddit] [del.icio.us] [Facebook] [Technorati] [Google] [StumbleUpon] Tweet This Post!
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