Brunswick Days – featuring Clancy Singh Tagore #9

imageClancy pops his head up in the tunnel, and eventually goes through.

I have been using a play tunnel in Puppy Class for many years. It is great fun. Handlers and puppies alike love it. It is very good for confidence-building. It’s great to see puppies starting hesitantly, then getting more confident, then actually enjoying the activity.

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Clancy was very confident, and went through the full-length play tunnel at the first attempt. He is such a clown. He went in, then his little head popped up through one of the holes intended for cats to go in and out. Then rolled around. All good for a laugh.

It’ll be interesting to see what he does next time.

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About transformational1

I have many interests and I have had a varied career. I am a semi-retired professional dog trainer, specialising in the use of positive reinforcement. I do some consultations, I run instructor workshops and I am setting up a Dogs and Psychotherapy Research Project. I have a law degree from Melbourne University (but have never practiced) and I am passionate about Human Rights. My first degree was in Sociology. I worked as a social researcher on issues such as low income housing, women's refuges and women in the workforce. I live in an inner suburb of Melbourne, Australia, and I have a German Shepherd called Chance.
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