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This section has kindly been completed by a number of clients either after a home consultation or a workshop. Each title represents a story.. some are very short other are a bit longer ... Do browse by clicking on each respective name
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Snoopy Sammy and Betty a short story Noro Wapsoha Plume Muffin Gus Tillie Sidonie Vicki Ella Belle & Harry Lady Atelier Workshop workshop worshop Workshop Workshop Atelier et chien Chinook Atelier - vivre harmonieusement avec son chien Newton Cours Chiot - Watson Cours Chiot - Lola Cours Chiot - Lexus workshop Workshop Workshop and Sidonie 2nd Parallel walking sessions & social walks Hammer - marche en parallele ... Conference - L'Art de Promener son chien Conference - L'At de promener son chien Mini-workshop - Live harmoniously with your dog Atelier - comment vivre harmonieusement avec son chien - 2 Marches Parallèles - Judy Atelier - Comment vivre harmonieusement avec son chien - 2 Lilou Cours Chiot - Elsa Lulla Oulah - Cours Chiot Taïga Owen 
16-04-2010 Sue Gregory
  He had the wrinkly crumpled face of a 90 year old, sat in the crook of my arm and nibbled my ear while snuggling up to me, and I fell in love with him, the ‘’LIST’’ went out the window on his first night with me, and he ended up sharing my bed! He was 12 weeks old. He became ‘my baby’… Yes my Ben, or Benny Chops – my ‘pet’ name for him that everyone used, my red Boxer – the fierce Pub Guard Dog, with expressive face that spoke volumes and big soft heart, as long as you weren’t another dog!  I didn’t even like dogs, but we felt we ought to have one now we were running a pub, and chose a Boxer – they ‘’looked’’ the part -  they had short hair, and lucky for us, our Benny Chops didn’t drool like most of them and was a very clean dog – but boy did he have wind!!!!!!!! Could clear a room in half a minute!!!!!

As he was surrounded by people all his life, we said that the reason he attacked dogs we met on walk was ‘because he was a people dog’. Yet when we looked after our friends Yorkies, he let them snuggle up in the basket with him – we said it was because he didn’t reckon they were ‘proper dogs’. He practically yanked my arm out of its socket every time I put his (choke) chain/lead on him. We left him a couple hours over our ‘usual’ time once (stuck in traffic) and he dug a hole in the settee. He ‘had’ to have his food at the same time every day – not always practical for us. He used to lie in the middle of us on the bed. He was always by me, near me, under the desk, by the settee – in fact never left my side. If I was upset he’d flop his head on my chest/lap and look up at me with lovely doleful eyes or put a protective big paw on my hand. Everyone loved him and gave him human feelings and attributes, and asked how he was as if he was a kid of ours. When he was 12 he got sick, I can still see him now as I put him in the cage (he hated the Vet) and his big expressive eyes looked at me saying ‘don’t leave me here – you know I hate the place’. The Vet rang that night ‘’he’s riddled with cancer’’, and he was gone. He broke my heart. I missed him for months.
 
We had a wonderful life together, but I wish I had met Marina and known of the AB method of listening to dogs. It’s so obvious once you listen to her and read the book or watch the video; how, by using food and being the pack leader, whilst being calm and consistent, can make such an enormous difference to your relationship with your beloved pet and his and your life. By simply making a few tweaks here and there and understanding that your lovely dog is not far off being a wolf and needs to know its place and job in the pack, you can transform your life and stop worrying about leaving him, or always having to look out for other dogs, or having traumatic mealtimes, or dread being dragged up the road behind a very strong rampant dog. He can then be just what he is supposed to be happy and relaxed and leave you to get on with the job of making all the decisions and just what, when, where and how we will feed, play and sleep, and you can both have a less stressy life. I learnt all this with our adorable little Wapsoha and Marina, and the joy of it is you are always learning too, and it no way detracted from her strong, pernickety, playful, dominant personality shining through.
 
Snoopy Sammy and Betty a short story Noro Wapsoha Plume Muffin Gus Tillie Sidonie Vicki Ella Belle & Harry Lady Atelier Workshop workshop worshop Workshop Workshop Atelier et chien Chinook Atelier - vivre harmonieusement avec son chien Newton Cours Chiot - Watson Cours Chiot - Lola Cours Chiot - Lexus workshop Workshop Workshop and Sidonie 2nd Parallel walking sessions & social walks Hammer - marche en parallele ... Conference - L'Art de Promener son chien Conference - L'At de promener son chien Mini-workshop - Live harmoniously with your dog Atelier - comment vivre harmonieusement avec son chien - 2 Marches Parallèles - Judy Atelier - Comment vivre harmonieusement avec son chien - 2 Lilou Cours Chiot - Elsa Lulla Oulah - Cours Chiot Taïga Owen 
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