There are days in which training our dog brings us to tears .
Tears often flow when the reality sets in that your dog has the potential to bite another dog or human. It hurts to the very core of your soul when the being you love shows his animal side.
In most cases, we can teach them better skills and ways to live.
I see tears when we have to give a dog their first real correction to a serious behavior and bad decision. Yes, I’ll give that correction after teaching and conditioning, if it means saving a dog’s life.
I see tears when we use energy work and see a dog move through their anxiety and fear.
I see tears when we use essential oils and see a dog start to wag its tail or bound outside for the first time after an emotional release.
I see tears from parents when they feel relief and confidence and hope for the future.
I often shed them myself in everyone of these cases and most of all for the ones I can’t save.