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sleepydog llc. had worked with beautiful sweet pit bulls Nyla and Molly after they were adopted a year or two ago. We were called recently when a third dog , Tink, a young energetic pit bull was added to the mix.
Tink is young and very energetic and came to her new adoptive home without much or any training.
Here I am evaluating the three dogs together –
It was evident that Nyla and Molly just needed a quick refresher. Tink, on the other hand, needed to start her foundation training and behavioral work from the beginning.
Conditioning Tink not to obsessively jump up on humans.
Working on down, stay, and focus.
Working on “leave it,”respecting the personal space of others, and impulse control.
Then bringing the dogs back together and working on dog on dog issues within the pack.
Great focus Nyla, Molly and Tink!
This is a pack of 3 female pit bulls. Both owners and dogs are doing a fabulous job of reinforcing the girls skills by diligently practicing their their sleepydog homework.
*This session was photographed by the wonderful owners of these dogs- beautiful pit bulls Nyla, Molly, and Tink.
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