Here’s why I can now take my dog Bear for a stress-free visit to the beach.
Roughly one year ago, I reached out to Grant Noble of Noble Dogs for help with my dog Bear’s aggression issues, and to ensure that Bear would have a problem-free introduction to my boyfriend’s dog. I’m beyond pleased by Bear's progress over a relatively short period.
A key aspect of that progress has been the remote collar offered by Noble Dogs.
Even before I put one on Bear, I was all in favor of remote collars because I’ve seen what they can do. Anything that cuts down the barrier of communication between a person and their dog is always helpful. In fact, I believe that remote collars are so revolutionary that I’ve made them a requirement with my business for dogs coming to the beach, or going on a hike. It’s been so life-changing that it feels like my business has been unleashed—literally.
As I mentioned above, I was simply aiming to create a peaceful coexistence between Bear and my boyfriend’s dog, Ziggy. I achieved that goal and then some. They’re now best friends who run around together off-leash and unsupervised.
I’m also a huge advocate for prongs and muzzles. Some might think that Bear’s muzzle inhibits his quality of life, but I couldn’t disagree more. I believe that the more tools you have for your dog, the easier life’s going to be for both of you. Now that Bear is muzzle-trained, thanks to Grant, he’s able to explore everything off-leash.
Bear and I can embrace new situations without stressing.