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Ally, Ben, + Basil

The most important part of our sessions is that your dog feels safe and comfortable around us. For some dogs, it takes a little longer to warm up to strangers, but we like to think that we aren't just any random stranger. We're strangers with treats, toys, and excitment.

When we first started our session with Ally, Ben and Basil, Basil was a little hesitant to let her guard down. She was nervous of our treats, and wasn't quite sure of how to react to two strangers staring at her through black boxes.

After a few minutes, Basil let her guard down and showed us some sweet and silly moments, which we love. This Dobby look-a-like- reminded me so much of my timid dog Louise. Louise has taught Julie and I so much about how to handle timid dogs and excercise patience with them so they remember us positively <3


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