I hope you’re enjoying the RosyDogs 6 Days to Calmness Journey. It’s time to take your first real step toward a happier and healthier future.
Your dog can’t be separated from their bucket. You must help them learn to work with it, or better still help them modify their bucket.
This exercise gives you the power to become Your Dog’s Voice. Knowledge is power and the start of real and lasting change.
(please read Calmness Episodes 1-4 before proceeding to this exercise)
Imagine your dog’s bucket.
Remember, both good and bad things fill the bucket.
If you’re having trouble deciding what fills the bucket, how many of these apply?
Buckets are incredibly important. Some people can see the bucket clearly at this point, others need a little help. How did you do? Either way, it often takes a trained eye to see the flashing neon sign over a bucket about to overflow.
Warning signs may include
These are some the most common and easiest to notice.
How many have you seen in your dog in the last few days?
The good news is I can teach you strategies and games that you can put into immediate action to prevent an overflow, and more importantly, they keep the stress level well within the safety zone. These are simple and quick things you can do without preparation or special tools. They go everywhere you do.
Tomorrow, I show you to some of my favorites.
You really don’t want to miss this.
Rebecca Porter has been fascinated by dogs for decades, but it took a frantic mixed breed to send her on a journey into innovative and real life solutions in dog training.