19/02/2016 - General
Well another week of February bites the dust, and it’s has been a really busy one here at Paws-itivity. I’ve been all over the place helping you and your wonderful dogs continue their routines and enjoying being out and about. I’ve met some new friends along the way who I’m looking forward to working with over the coming weeks and months.
Not only was I busy with all of your pups but I got the opportunity to take my two to hydrotherapy this week. The session was to start getting them used to the pool so that eventually they can go to keep up their general fitness to keep them happy and healthy through their agility careers.I visited Sue at Summerhill Canine Hydrotherapy in High Salvington. My dogs had a wonderful time, they made so much noise it was unbelievable. By the end of the session each of them (previously terrified of water) had launched themselves into the pool to get a tennis ball so I’m really pleased because I never want them to panic should they fall into any water.
This little confidence boosting session was just as good for me as it was for them so I’m looking forward to taking them back at the next possible opportunity. After this visit and seeing how Sue was with my pooches I can highly recommend Sue to you and urge you to get in touch, even if it is just to ensure your pooch is confident in the water. Visit www.summerhillcaninehydro.co.uk for more information.
Also this week I've been out on a few confidence walks. A confidence walk is where I can join you and your pup on a walk to assist you with where you maybe struggling in day to day situations. I point out things to spot, watch out for and also things that you may be worrying unnecessarily about. These confidence walks are held on a 1-2-1 basis so you can have my full attention and ask as many questions as you want. If you think that you and your pooch may benefit from a confidence walk then do not hesitate to get in touch.