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St. Louis Dog Trainer Goes For Continued Education

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

Through the years of training dogs, I have learned many things about behavior and why the behavior happens. Dogs act out for many reasons. The most common reason is due to fear. Some of the dogs that are acting out in fear are doings so due to body issues. If you are uncomfortable, you really do not wish to be messed with. Because of Kane, my Giant Schnauzer’s body problems, he often acts out in fear around strangers. We have known since Kane was 8 months out that he had problems with his hind end. Sometimes Kane’s hind end is so uncomfortable, he has problems just sitting or laying down and even more problems standing back up. Because of this, I have been doing some research on how to make him more comfortable.

On June 24 – 26th, I went to OH to learn Maryna Ozuna’s Canine Kinaesthetics™ Kane and I spent the weekend learning Maryna’s method of canine massage. All I can say is “Wow!”. Kane is moving much better and is more comfortable. Because of this, Kane is also much friendlier to strangers. He is now going up and saying “hi” and allowing people to give him a quick pat.

Since returning home, I have worked on a few other volunteers with the same results. Their owners tell me how much happier their dogs are – how much better they are moving around, sitting, getting up and down. If you would like more information on this for your pet; please give me a call at 636-828-5538.

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