Hi! I'm Adam, and this is Cooper. Cooper was found as a stray when he was about 3 months old. He suffered, like many rescue dogs, from a lack of confidence. Around the house, he was pretty good. But once we tried to go for a walk, he would pull at the end of a leash. Most of the time he liked to meet new people, but sometimes he would bark at them, or even show his teeth. The only thing I could depend on him to do when meeting someone new was to pee. Not a lot, but enough that I'd have to warn people to watch their feet when they'd pet him. One veterinarian told me it was a "puppy thing" and he'd "grow out of it." 2 years later, he still hadn't. Another said that "some dogs are just like that," implying he'd never get past it. Turns out, he was wrong too. We started a training program, and I saw a difference immediately. Within just a few weeks, it was incredible. He has the same personality, only now he lets everyone see it. And the best part -- no more peeing.
From the Trainer
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