About pups who are using their experiences from the group to gain more focus on daily walks.
About pooches who are becoming more accustomed to walking closely with other dogs.
And about shy dogs who are able to walk near people in the company of other dogs. These owners keep coming to the group because they are so proud of the positive changes they've seen in their pups.
At the same time, I was just talking to another member about why all types of dogs come and if there is ever a time when they seem to overcome what they came to work on and have "graduated" from the walks.
Pups Love Socialization and Stimulation:
We also like how it's both physically and mentally stimulating and a good way to keep your pups' experiences well-rounded.
We're All Always in Training:
We love how SociaBulls walks are a scheduled way for us to remember to follow our good habits. We love using it to work on check-in's, self-control (that would be Miss M always diving for the goose poo!), and focus (we're looking at you Mr. B always begging other people for their treats).
The Importance of Supportive Communities:
such a diverse group of people, we probably wouldn't have been able to meet, and we are all brought together through our love of dogs.
The inside stories (follow the link at the bottom) about why so many of our pups walk.