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  YOUR LETTERS: HELP FOR BARKING IN THE CAR
Testimonial By: Jo Taylor        Publish Date: 2009-10-22

TTOUCH WEEKEND HELPS BARKING IN THE CAR

 Dear Eugenie

Many thanks for the wonderful weekend workshop Willow and I attended in August and thank you all for your time and patience. A particular thank you to Louise who drew my attention to problems, which I didnít realize Willow had.  Willow’s constant barking in the car has improved but we are still working on it, and with time I am sure that we will curb it altogether.

It was such a pity that I could not have brought along Kayla, my Ridgeback, but unfortunately as she suffers with nervous aggression it would not have been advisable, because of our accommodation arrangements.  She also gets extremely stressed during thunderstorms and will jump over the fence out of the garden given half a chance.  When we had our first storm of the season, she and Ditto (one of our Jack Russells) were almost insane.  Luckily I was at home, so out came the body wrap. It worked beautifully.  She gradually calmed down and climbed onto the sofa and relaxed!  It’s the first time that she has gone through a thunderstorm without pacing around the house.  Unfortunately I didn’t have one for Ditto, so I put his doggie jersey on, which seemed to work.  It looks like I’ll have to invest in a JR sized wrap, as the jersey will be too hot for the summer.

Our dog club members were very interested to see what we had learned.  Are there any TTouch Practitioners in our area or would someone be willing to come down to Nelspruit to give a workshop, possibly some time next year? It really would be lovely if it could be arranged.  Perhaps one on horses too?

Kind regards

Jo Taylor

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