Vekkie's Diabetes Playground(16KB)

Last updated: Sun, 3 Aug 2008 21:46:30
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Still holding Kwali's head

Another calming signal results

Kwali's tongue appears again

as I'm still holding her head

Kwali's third calming signal

[c30401-kwdesens3.jpg] Kwali's tongue appears again

Photo by Marg Johnson

I have let my hand follow Kwali's head as she lifts it

Because Kwali is accustomed to my handling, I still have my hand on her head. If she were not accustomed to this, I would have let go by now.

Kwali continues giving off a calming signal; she has not yet reached her limit, but is ready for release.

It's time for another treat for Kwali now!

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FOUNDATIONS. Work at the dog's pace; don't push the dog; do ask the dog to cooperate. If the dog moves away, let the dog go. Invite the dog back. If it doesn't come, let it be, and try again later. Both practice and real sessions should be short; no more than a few minutes each. If you don't succeed in three tries, wait at least hours before the next try.
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