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 TESTIMONIALS > A Boxer Gets Of Fear Of The Car
 
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  A BOXER GETS OF FEAR OF THE CAR
Testimonial By: Heinke Fritz        Publish Date: 2000-01-01

Dear Eugenie
 
Thank you so much for the one-day class on the Tellington Touch. I was part of Denise’s Dog School group (with Janvier - the Boxer) on the 09-01-2000. I make a point of using various TTouch methods everytime I stroke or cuddle my dog. I also fit in about 1/2 an hour of uninterrupted TTouch once a week.
 
Janvier has, since puppy-hood, not liked being in the car (she got car-sick a few times as a youngster and has been put off ever-since). But after just a few short times of TTouch this dog is now far happier about going in the car. I was stunned to find that one day as I left to visit my parents I opened the door, put my new puppy in the car and allowed Janvier to make up her own mind about whether she would join us or not. Usually at this point she would head for the hills, but she approached the car (still a little apprehensively) and without wriggling and fighting me allowed me to pick her up and put her in the vehicle. It was the first time I did not have to grab hold of her in order to stop her from disappearing.
 
I have been working on this dog for months to try and get her to like the car more, but I can only put this positive result down to the TTouch methods I have used. Who knows what else I will eventually get out of this pet.
 
Thank you again ,
Heinke Fritz

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