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 TESTIMONIALS > Follow Up On Ben The Boxer – Glad To Know That The Touch Work Is Long Lasting!
 
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  FOLLOW UP ON BEN THE BOXER – GLAD TO KNOW THAT THE TOUCH WORK IS LONG LASTING!
Testimonial By: Sylvia Willemburg        Publish Date: 2005-05-01

Dear Eugenie
 
Just a quick note to thank you for your newsletters – I still enjoy your insights and Shanti’s antics, particularly as Ben my Boxer is just a month older than her.
 
As you will remember, Ben was a very boisterous six-month-old pup when we attended classes in Cape Town.  Now, as a four year old, he is a confident, mature, gentle giant!
 
He has only ever been treated for an ear infection (too much swimming!) and his health is superb.  I can only ascribe this to the fact that he was, as recommended in your newsletter, socialised from baby puppy hood and that he is a TTouch dog.  This means that he has little stress in his life and he is well able to cope with almost any new circumstances that arise.  We all know that stress is a big contributor to bad health (and moods) in people and I am sure it is the same for our furry companions.  Lots of love and TTouches each day, fun at dog school each week, daily exercise and a healthy science diet have rewarded both of us with much happiness and good health.
 
Thank you for all you do – keep up the good work
 
Warm regards,
Sylvia Willemburg

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