Tulley Finds a Home
By Terri Florentino
We were delighted with Tulley’s progress. We played the “touch and treat” game with as many people as possible and took him to a weekly agility class, where he moved, joyful and carefree, through the equipment, one obstacle at a time. He enjoyed inviting people to play fetch. Fetch allowed Tulley to work his “comfort zone.” Playing fetch seemed to be the only way Tulley was comfortable with children. I knew, if a child were to run up and touch him, he would have bitten him.
I called Tulley’s owner, Karen. “I’m pleased to tell you that he’s better-behaved with adult strangers.”
“How about children?” Karen said. Their daughter had already sustained one serious bite wound—they could not let it happen again.
“Well, he’s still uneasy with children when they come close, but he will play…
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