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My passion is to help you build a successful working relationship with your terrier, and to coach you in developing good instincts in working with your terrier. I want you to be successful not just when actively training, but all throughout your real-life time together.

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Miles is the first Welsh Terrier to earn many different agility titles, and holds the record for being the most titled Welsh Terrier internationally of all time. Read More About Emma Here. He used to be very restless all the time in the house and outside of the house with behaviors such as: biting our pants and coat sleeves when we would be walking him outside, biting the leash all the time, grabbing things in the house and chewing on them, going potty in the house and in his crate even while eating and on top of his food!

Needless to say, we were in despair, feeling hopeless and not really sure how to handle him.

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We were getting mixed information from all the different sites and no solution to our problems which created even more confusion and despair. Working with Emma has been nothing but amazing! We cannot believe the amount of change we see in our puppy in just over one month of working with her.

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We are finally able to connect with our puppy and enjoy him. He is so much calmer and relaxed and he seems to be enjoying his life and be himself without causing trouble. There is no more biting of our pants and the leash, no more going potty in his crate, the accidents in the house are close to non-existent, no more restlessness, walking well on the leash next to us without force and no biting and destroying of stuff in the house.

We now leave him in the house in our living room or in the office room when we are there and he is free to walk around without a leash and do what he wants and he has been behaving very well. It used to take at least minutes to go potty when we would take him out, now he goes within 2 minutes of going out!

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They are such intelligent and unique dogs. Not only are we more relaxed and happier, but it is very obvious that our puppy is happier and trusts us much more. We are really looking forward to continuing training and connecting more and more with our puppy.

We found Emma through our breeder and decided to reach out to have a refresher course in Welsh Terrier puppy speak. It had been 15 years since we had a Welsh Terrier puppy and we wanted to make sure we started out our new puppy with on a good, solid foundation.

We can now get near Knox with a brush and brush him without him wiggling away or trying to eat the brush. Additionally, it has been really helpful to understand what motives our puppy and his inner Welsh Terrier mind. Her approach has proven that training a terrier is very different from training other breeds. In such a short time Emma has become such a valuable resource. We look forward to learning more from Emma and Miles in the years to come! I think your lessons are doing the job!


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We had a plan and we felt completely prepared to raise and train a puppy. But when we brought Oliver home, our wild terrier puppy did not seem to fit any of the descriptions in the books, and none of their tips or methods seemed to be working. Even a trainer that we brought in did not offer us effective solutions. Not knowing what else to do, I reached out to the author of my favourite blog for help. Emma was a lifesaver then, and continues to be, even a few years later. She helped us to understand Oliver better, and has given us invaluable information about terriers, training, grooming, nutrition, useful products — you name it!

It is so comforting to have someone to turn to that understands exactly what we are going through. A little while later, when we spontaneously adopted a senior Airedale, Millie, it was Emma I turned to for advice. It was also Emma that I emailed back and forth in the middle of the night while I worriedly lay up with Millie after her cancer surgery, and it was Emma that supported us after Millie passed away a few months later. The special bond that Emma and Miles have, and what they have achieved together is so inspirational for other full-strength terrier owners, us included.

Today, Oliver is almost 3, and still has wild moments and a few bad habits that we need to work on. But he is calming down with age, has become quite affectionate, and seems to have bonded with us in his own way. And whenever I have doubts about something, need advice, or have successes to share, Emma is still the one I turn to first.

Emma is great with the owners too. She understands the extra challenges that come with some breeds and she is encouraging and supportive to people and their pets! First I read the blog, then at some point I decided to write her a mail and seek advice if the breed is right for us. Emma replied immediately with a lot info and resources where we could find answers to our questions. It was probably 2 years later that we finally got little Welsh and of course I wrote to Emma again.

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She gave us hints on house breaking, crate training, grooming and many other topics. Emma also shared with us links to articles, blogs and other online resources that helped us get relevant info quickly. Keep in mind that the inheritance of temperament is less predictable than the inheritance of physical traits such as size or shedding. Temperament and behavior are also shaped by raising and training.

Terriers should not be trusted off-leash. They will take off, oblivious to your frantic shouts, after anything that runs. To teach your Welsh Terrier to listen to you, "Respect Training" is mandatory.

Read more about Welsh Terrier Training. An expert researcher and author of 15 books about dogs, she loves helping people choose, train, and care for their dogs.

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Dog training videos. Sometimes it's easier to train your puppy or adult dog when you can see the correct training techniques in action. The problem is that most dog training videos on the internet are worthless, because they use the wrong training method. I recommend these dog training videos that are based on respect and leadership. All rights reserved. No part of this website may be copied, displayed on another website, or distributed in any way without permission from the author. Looks like a small Airedale Is dynamic, sturdy, and tough -- not a delicate lapdog Makes a keen watchdog Is not as boisterous or argumentative with other dogs as some terriers Doesn't shed too much A Welsh Terrier may be right for you.

If you don't want to deal with The dynamic terrier temperament see full description below Providing enough exercise and activities to keep them busy Aggression toward other animals -- chasing instincts Stubbornness Digging holes Barking Regular brushing and clipping A Welsh Terrier may not be right for you.