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If you're thinking of what to get for a friend or family member who have a dog....or what you can buy for your own dog that's different to the usual toys.... have a look at this!!!
It's the luxury calming sofa snuggler from @mikkipetuk and it's wonderful!
It's lovely soft faux fur with a non slip underneath......and the best bit for me is it has the bolster cushions. I'm a big fan of beds that have bolster cushions that the dog can lean against.
This will act as a nice comfy spot for your dog to snooze in on the sofa.....while also protecting your sofa at the same time! As someone who has recently got a new sofa, and who would welcome dogs on the sofa, that's a win-win for me! Just sad Dylan isn't here to try it out as he would have loved it 🥺
Link to the snuggler is below: amzn.to/3iRHU5g ... See MoreSee Less
Much as I hate asking.....reviews really help! I know from personal experience it can be a pain to leave a review....or i often plan on doing it later then forgetting. But.....I'd be really grateful if any of you have worked with me recently would consider leaving me a Google review (and a Facebook one as well if you're feeling keen!) 🙂
Reviews really help, not only when other potential clients are considering using services, but also with Google visibility
My business requires visibility locally (for my classes) but also visibility much further afield for my Separation Anxiety work. That is all done remotely and I have clients all over the country....and a big chunk of my SA work does come from Google searches 😉
So if you are happy and wouldn't mind sparing a few minutes to do a review I would be super grateful!
The Google review link is below.....if you would like to do a Facebook review as well that would be marvellous!
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I had to share this video clip of lovely Oakley the labradoodle that his mum sent me today!
Oakley and his humans have been working with me on his #separationanxiety for about 2 weeks now. In his first assessment he was showing obvious anxiety when he realised his people were going to be leaving, and he leapt up and the front door barking a lot before it even closed.
In the past 2 weeks he has been very vigilant on keeping an eye on his humans.... consistently getting up every time they got up, following them to the door, and standing at the door. The length of time he has been able to cope has been gradually increasing which has been wonderful!
However.....today Oakley hit a big milestone!! For the last 2 warm up steps he stayed on the bed upstairs! And...for the final (the main) step, he didn't even get up to get off the bed upstairs until 4 seconds after the door closed, wandered onto the stairs and stood half way down the stairs for about 10 seconds before wandering down and standing calmly in the hall for the remainder of time (a total of 40 seconds today).
I'm so proud of Oakley and his people, who have been amazing!
Here is a video clip from their session today where he appears half way down the stairs and you can just see his head appear .....I've put an arrow on to show you where to look 🤣 this is the FIRST time ever he hasn't run downstairs as soon as he heard them approach the front door!
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