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 TESTIMONIALS > Mouth Work & Wraps Can Help Barking Dogs!
 
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  MOUTH WORK & WRAPS CAN HELP BARKING DOGS!
Testimonial By: Heidi        Publish Date: 2003-05-01

From Heidi Olivier on her very vocal and mouthy puppy

Hi Eugenie

Hope you enjoyed your few days off - I’m sure your dogs did!!!
Thanks so much for seeing me Friday afternoon. Wizard slept all the way home.
Just an update.....I had training on Saturday. I put a body and nose wrap on him before I left home. When I got there, we put him in his crate and left him in the clubhouse. He still barked and had his vocal moments but he was MUCH better. He settled quickly and went to sleep. After a while he got restless so we put his crate next to Thunder who was benched under a tree while I helped give a class.

He was much happier.  Thanks so much for your help.

I have been doing a lot of mouth work with him. I must be doing something right, as (and I kid you not) it takes 10 seconds and he falls asleep in my lap. No fighting or struggling. I tried it on Thunder (I have never done mouth work with her) and she gave me a big yawn and flopped in my lap!!!!!

Thanks again,
Heidi

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