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My Reactive Dog

This past Sunday was our first trip to Culebra Park. http://www.meetup.com/sabigdawgs/calendar/14774900/?from=list&offset=0 I’ve been putting it off because I hate driving. Now I regret waiting so long. I’ve been going to meetups since November 2009. This past Sunday was by far the best meetup I have ever had with Matt-Matt.

I know now that I have been doing him a disservice by throwing him into the middle of meetups and stressing him out. Starting far from the group and working our way up was much less stressful for him and therefore less stressful for me.
Of course most of you already that Jimmy is awesome. But if you won’t make the trip for Jimmy’s great training, think about what the trip might mean for your dog. Especially if you have a reactive dog.

Click on the link below to read more about Matt-Matt’s first Culebra Meetup, and to see some tips, information and links on reactive dogs.

Culebra Park is Worth the Trip: http://docs.google.com/View?id=ddtbr7bw_1117dd92qtdg

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