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 TESTIMONIALS > Your Letters: Body Wrap Helps Sophie the fearful Border Collie
 
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  YOUR LETTERS: BODY WRAP HELPS SOPHIE THE FEARFUL BORDER COLLIE

Body Wrap Helps Sophie the fearful Border Collie

 

Hi Eugenie,

 

I wanted to tell you the happy news that my problem dog Sophie seems to be mellowing.  Perhaps she’s growing up.  Perhaps she’s responding to the alteration of my approach when we encounter new and strange dogs.  And perhaps she is responding to the Body Wrap.

 

I haven’t used it much - just a few days before the family arrived (with the two toddlers).  But what a difference!

 

She didn’t exactly go out of her way to make friends, but the snappishness was almost gone and she seemed calm, relaxed and okay with having the children around and moving past her. No touching was allowed (by me or her), and the only time she snapped was at a little hand that got too close to her face - and then it was just a warning.

 

She was happy to be connected to what was going on with everyone, and I was able to have her at home the whole of their stay and not have to take her to the kennel once (I also periodically gave the little ones some biltong to give to her which I think helped endear them to her).

 

I am simply unable to express how delighted I was and am with this change of behaviour.  I will always keep an eye on her around the children until they are older and bigger, but just being able to have Sophie be part of the family visit was wonderful.

 

I will continue with the Body Wrap - although it’s a challenge to keep it in place with her very long, soft and silky fur - and see how she improves further.

 

Thank you so much and very best wishes,

Kaeyla

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