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    Hi Riley!

    We are starting to get there. I have taken some time off work so I can give her the training she needs. I'm still working with the graduated exposure technique. It's slow going but I think we're making some headway.

    Thanks for checking up on us

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    That is really good news - Mrs H !

    Time and being consistent will win in the long term ! Training your pup is fun and should be enjoyable for both of you.

    I would love to see a photo of your pup.

    Keep up the good work !

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    Just over a week, and you are seeing progress. This sounds promising. Nice work Mrs H

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    Keep us informed. Undoubtedly someone else will have a similar issues and then this thread will give them information and a hopeful outcome.

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    Hi,

    Wendy and I are travelling well. We seem to mostly be struggling with being left alone while I'm in the house. I have found two short walks .. one before breakfast and one before dinner has helped alot. She is awake for an hour and then asleep for two through the day and is almost sleeping through the whole night (6-8 hours).

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    Mrs H - Wow ! More good news again from you two !

    You have seen what exercise can do for your pup for you to have a bit of peace and quiet !

    The same thing happens when you exercise the pup's brain with training ! In fact they tire out more quickly when they have to use their brain. It only needs to be in very short time intervals - a few minutes at a time - works wonders !

    Tired pup = happy pup and not up to any mischief !

    Keep up the Good Work !

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