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 TESTIMONIALS > Calming Signals Help A Dog Be Calm In The Car!
 
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  CALMING SIGNALS HELP A DOG BE CALM IN THE CAR!
Testimonial By: Domonique Roelofse        Publish Date: 2005-02-01

Letter To Practitioner Sue White

Hi Sue!
 
Just a quick update…
 
Kylie, who used to go berserk in the car (no matter how tired he was) and bark @ everything that moved (or didn’t)… didn’t bark once on the way home yesterday. AND he was awake the whole time. This is the first time this has ever happened since he’s 10 weeks old (when this behaviour started) – he is turning 6 in April.
 
What I also realized is that this little outjie of under 3 kg’s has now also taught me to be calm in the car – all the way home while he was looking at me I was doing the “blinking of eyes, yawning, licking lips” calming signals, so that he knew all was okay. And naturally I was thinking peaceful thoughts as well. So yes, we definitely learn lessons from our animals!
 
Thanks again for the great course – we gained more than we could have imagined.
 
Domonique Roelofse

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