Message from Tracy after a 1 to 1 session to help with reactivity followed by the first session of an intro course. May 2021
Thank you for last night, we really enjoyed it and I'm sure Marley did.
I just had to let you know how well he did this morning bless him, I was late out with him and we walked past about 6 different people. It cost me a LOT of treats but I kept him occupied and there was NO barking and lunging, I was so proud of him. We were a short distance away but it was only a short distance.
Some of them gave me a funny look cos I kept launching into the 76543 or 123 ?? but it really did work.
It was way better than the clicker so thank you so so much x
Anna from Malton wrote in February 2020
Just wanted to say a big thank you to James for the puppy classes over the last 6 weeks. We have found them really useful, and pip has seemed to really enjoy them. The way James worked with us was really supportive and positive, and he was always happy to answer questions, reassure us and give alternative ways of doing things if we were struggling. He was always calm and patient with us and with the puppies! Please could you pass on our thanks and comments to James?
Christine Whitaker from Thornton le Dale wrote in August 2019
Just to let you know that Buddy and I had a fantastic time at fun and games last night. Being at least 20 years older than everyone else I’m absolutely cream crackered, but that’s what it’s all about,Buddy is a bit sleepy? , but will soon come to life. Really looking forward to next week. Keep up the brilliant work.
The following email was received in June 2019
Hi Christine you visited some time ago when I was having difficulty getting my jr terrier Buzz to accept a new puppy. We persevered with your advice and finally five months on he has accepted her and loves nothing better than to spend his time with her. Thank you so much for your time and advice. Diane Hall (Kirby Moorside)
An email received from a client following the first class of the agility course started on 7th June:
I just wanted to say I (and Willow, of course!) had a fab time at agility. James was a great teacher...it must run in the genes! See you next week.
This lovely email was received from Jo Flaherty of Norton following a visit by James to help with her new puppy
Good Morning Christine,
I would just like to take a moment to say a big thank you to James. He was really knowledgeable and gave us the reassurance regarding Jasper we were hoping for. It was good to discuss the immediate topics on our minds and James gave us some good tips and pointers that will now see us through to the beginning of the puppy training course.
James is such a calm nice person. Please pass on our thanks to him.
We look forward to the course.
Jo and Sarah
Message received from Julia Ellis of Pickering following two one to one session with her young terrier cross puppy, Oscar, who had fear issues and barked and lunged at anything he passed on a walk.
Just had to share our news with you! Just been out for a walk with Alfie and Oscar and it is the first walk we have ever had where Oscar did not bark, not even once. No, it was not 2.00am that we went, but 4.00pm in the afternoon. We passed people, lawnmowers, cows, lorries, cars, bikes and DOGS: 2 of them on the pavement right next to us. Also it is very windy today!!
Thank you so much for all your advice as it is making so much difference. We will keep going and I am sure that we will get there now.
Thank you again from Oscar, Alfie and Julia.
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