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Testimonial 30 Update

Update on Snowy from Testimonial 30

Debby S. from Stafford, VA wrote: 

“A few weeks ago, we had a couple of musicians over to the house whom Snowy had never met before. They arrived earlier than expected, and I hadn’t had a chance to put Snowy in her pen or in another room. As I was trying to get her to go to the basement, she escaped and went running toward them. Thinking she was going to bark and charge at them, I ran after her. But she didn’t do either. She went up to them with her tail wagging and asked for attention from these two strangers!

Later in the evening after the concert guests went home, we were all hanging out in the living room. Snowy was giving kisses to one of the women, and she rolled over on her back to let the other one pet her belly (video above). I couldn’t believe it!”

Thanks for the update, Debby. Best Christmas gift a behaviorist could ask for. :)

Mary Huntsberry, MA

Associate Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist
Elite Fear Free Certified Professional
Montgomery County, MD

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