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  TEACHING A DOG NOT TO JUMP UP!
Testimonial By: Julia        Publish Date: 2002-09-01

Letter from Julia, our brilliant caterer, who came to one of the Client Days

Dear Eugenie,
Just wanted to say, I had a little incident with Mab jumping up (again) which unfortunately upset the friend greatly (she has a lot on her plate, and Mab was kind of ’the last straw" so to speak) as Mab was quite rough, anyhow this friend came round on Sunday afternoon, so before she arrived, I did some of the calming mouth and foot work on Mab (about ten minutes). 

Then when my friend arrived, I put on Mab’s lead and we waited at the gate together with her having the lead in a balancing position.  I asked my friend to come down to Mab’s level a little and snuck her a treat to reward Mab with.  All tools used - Mab was wonderful - she did try to jump a little but soon realized she didn’t have to.

My friend was thrilled, but more importantly I could see that Mab was really comfortable and was sort of thinking "hey this is working - I’m part of the group" she really did respond well, so a HUGE THANK YOU for a wonderful & informative morning on Saturday - I think that as I keep this up, Mab is going to do fabulously, and I know that future visits will be less stressful for my guest too which will be an added bonus.

Julia

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