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I just wanted to brag a bit, so I made an album with short videos showing off! Click here! The captions are in Dutch (sorry :P) and the first video is a bonus mud-run video 🙂 I am so, so proud of him! We're also working on expanding these commands into putting his toys away, tugging my sleeves and things like this. Scott is such a lovely dog, always so excited to work and quick to learn!
But… Due to a recent event he was afraid of noises for a while. Now there aren't many noises anymore, occasionally he will get frightened when a loud noise happens at the most inopportune moment. However, even when there aren't any noises he will get tense/reluctant/afraid to walk any further and will keep his tail low and start pulling me back towards the house. This is mainly during our evening walk in the dark, wich is supposed to be 15-20 minutes. He is unresponsive to treats or toys at this point. There is obviously no way to anticipate this and distract in advance and he doesn't come to me for support either. Right now I try to stay where we are and wait until he's calmed down, mainly because it hurts to walk him while he's pulling, but is there anything else I can do? It's frustrating me not knowing what he's thinking and why he does what he does…
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