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Puppy Confidence Building

This is Audrey the 9 week old Labrador puppy that will one day be an active assistance dog to somebody. The importance of early socialisation and confidence development cannot be overstated as without it you can end up with a highly reactive dog ...

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Rehabilitating Duke II

Duke the Neopolitan Mastiff is VERY fearful of strangers. He has had quite a good upbringing and was reasonably well socialised around people as a puppy, but for some reason he just never built the confidence to cope with unfamiliar people in his life. Duke is very protective of his female owner around the home (made even more so due to the fact that he is entire) and weary of people when out in public, but not always reactive. Our primary goal ...

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Rehabilitating Duke I

This was the next stage of Duke's training.

 

 

 

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Rescued Rocky

Rocky is a GSD x Husky x Staffy that was rescued by 3R Animal Rescue from 'Death Row' at an RSPCA facility. In fact Rocky was saved with about 30 minutes to spare.He was surrendered due to apparent 'Dog Aggression' & 'Resource Guarding' issues and we are going to start his rehabilitation process prior to placing him into suitable foster care. This is the end of the first major D2D socialisation session we have done with him.

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Multi Dog Drop Stay

Under pressure a group of dogs are put into a drop stay together.  The close proximity to other dogs really forces the dogs to maintain concentration.

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Working Diesel

Diesel is a typical 18 MO Male Doberman, full of life and attitude. This clip shows him doing some obedience work under HIGH level of distraction with other dogs round him. He does an excellent job and responding to his commands despite the level of distraction, or in this case we might call them an "attraction", around him. He breaks his drop once about 3/4 of the way through when put under some serious pressure but after a quick correction back into position he stabilises and then holds his position before receiving a good reward for his effort.One of the specific requests from his owner was for us to be working him in and around other dogs as much as possible to build his 'impulse control' in their presence. It does have to be remembered however that he is still only 18 MO which is very much an adolescent period for a Male Doberman, so he is progressing really well in our opinion.

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