When my daughter decided to take in a stray blue heeler/ Australian Cattle-dog, I just didn’t have the heart to say no. She was very cute but probably had suffered abuse, was flea-infested, malnourished and in need of medical care.
We named her Foxy. Foxy obviously never lived inside a home before, she stayed in a corner where she felt safe. After about a month the issues started. She would bite strangers and did not do too well with our two other dogs. I was on the edge of giving up when I wrote a message to Ralf. He was very responsive, called me and we scheduled a meeting.
He diagnosed Foxy with insecurity and we signed up for training and it was the best thing we could have done. Foxy immediately liked Ralf (and so did our other dogs), she accepted his training and started progressing from the first session. We began with the basics and her confidence increased more and more each week. Ralf always made sure we knew how and what to practice in between sessions so we never felt left alone.
Ralf was THE solution - can’t thank him enough, he completely transformed Foxy and her life with us. Now, Foxy loves to work on the farm, go for runs around the neighborhood with my daughter, and learn new tricks.Lisa and Nina L.,