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  BOERBOEL FEARFUL OF THUNDERSTORMS
Testimonial By: Rozanna        Publish Date: 2005-10-01

Hello Eugenie,
Just to send a few lines as follow up on the dog day on Friday 14th October.
A big thank you to Kim who was so patient with me and Simba my lion, to Linda with advice, to yourself, Siobhan,  & Sue White.

Although Simba was not such a cool patient, and the excitement seemed to keep him out of breath for the whole 2 and a half hours, I cannot but look on in amazement at the after-result on Simba, with a big thunderstorm overhead on Friday evening he was to say the least, “laid back” and I could almost imagine him saying “what was all this fuss about thunderstorms?”

A couple of days later another thunderstorm had him lying next to my chair after only a couple of t-touches, much more relaxed than before the treatment lesson.
We have now moved {back breaking week-end that it was} but other than the first time we left him on Saturday morning to fetch provisions and more ‘stuff’ from the old house, he seems to be settling in well. To the extent that when the neighbours dog barked at him on Sunday evening when I opened the gate, Simba gave him 2 barks and then went to mark the adjoining fence in 2 places & then came running back to me to say, ‘ look ma, I’m protecting you’

Today is our first work day leaving the animals alone, but the landlord and his assistant will be coming + going to do some lock repairs in the day. The cat Smokey will hide in the cupboard with strangers around, but as soon as it’s quiet again, he will be out on a vantage window sill to gaze at the surroundings. He is happily smelling all the things to make sure that I’ve not left anything behind.

Thank you again to the  AAA   T-Team, please let Kim know the good results,
Regards,
Rozanna

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