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 TESTIMONIALS > Help For A Jumping Champion That Is Fearful Of Thunderstorms
 
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  HELP FOR A JUMPING CHAMPION THAT IS FEARFUL OF THUNDERSTORMS
Testimonial By: Sarah & Shandara        Publish Date: 2002-05-01

Hi Eugenie,

We are recovering from a hectic weekend at the Pedigree Dog Jumping
Championships held at the Rand Show this weekend.

I wanted to tell you that Shandara was doing fantastically in her jumping
class and made it through to the jump offs when out of nowhere we had
THUNDER and rain. Shandara automatically turned into a bowl of jelly that
get trying to dash for the car.  I body wrapped her and started touches.  We were called for our turn and with people stationed all around the arena (in case she made a run for the car) we started her round.

Not only did my wonderful dog wait on command, she also made it thought her round clear and although she was a bit slower than usual (she kept stopping to listen for thunder), she still managed fourth place in the championship.

Without T-Touch I know she would have bolted as soon as I left her!
What really did surprise me was the amount of "doggie" people who did not
know what I was doing with the ACE bandage.  Perhaps you can do a demo for us next year.  We compete against all the provinces so I think it would be great exposure for T-Touch and of course many of the dogs are rescues so it would definitely benefit them too.

Hope to see you there next year!
Sarah & Shandara (Staffie)

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