Chill Dog TTouch

Chill Dog TTouch

Chill Dog TTouch

What could be possible for your dog… if he were a little less stressed?

 

Tellington TTouch ® is a method of working with animals that fosters confidence, adaptability, and resilience. As the animal / dog comes into greater balance, concerning behaviors gradually drop away. Using a positive approach, the bond between you and your furry family member grows stronger, too!

Elizabeth is a Tellington TTouch companion animal practitioner. If you live in the Minot, ND area, she can work with you and your dog.

Here’s what can happen
as a result of our work together:

  • Previously “concerned” dogs become calmer
  • Your dog learns that s/he is safe in your care
  • You and your dog develop a closer bond
  • Your dog is able to make better choices
  • Challenging behaviors gradually fade away

 

A series of Chill Dog TTouch sessions for you
and your dog might be right for you if:

  • You are looking for a training method that centers around respect and safety
  • Your dog seems concerned, anxious, or fearful
  • You value your dog’s health and well-being
  • Your dog expresses certain unwanted behaviors: leash-pulling, reactivity, separation anxiety, and so on
  • You enjoy spending time with your dog; having new experiences together

 

Umbie experiencing some calming TTouch ear slides with his “dad.”

 

If you’d like to learn more about TTouch to see if it might be right for you and your dog,
please email Elizabeth to set up a time for a short phone conversation: info@ wellnessimages .com

 

Gracie just finished her TTouch session. Does she look relaxed to you?

 

We don’t train behavior, we change the dog.

 

Here’s Brownie on his first time outside his fenced yard. He and his people did such a great job!

 

 

If you’d like to learn more about TTouch to see if it might be right for you and your dog,
please email Elizabeth to set up a time for a short phone conversation: info@ wellnessimages .com

 

You can learn more about the Tellington TTouch® method of working with dogs and other animals on their website: http://www.ttouch.com/