Darill Hall

I am really excited to continue learning how to be at peace with my furry babies. Two dogs and two cats. Some problems arise with the two who bark, sometimes at nothing at all, and it would be so wonderful to defuse situations without yelling and making them go stand in the corner and the same goes for the cats who sometimes decide to punch each other out for just looking at one another the wrong way. I don’t want to control them or force them to do stupid things for me. Oh to be able to point out danger to them and be able to suggest that this scorpion or that snake should be avoided or it’s not a good idea to try to play with that wasp. I took my oldest dog for obedience training when he was a pup. We went for the first session and I came away a bit baffled and annoyed with the whole process. Have you ever been in a room with a whole pile of people snapping away on those loud clicker things. My boy and I couldn’t wait to get out of there. The next class was worse. My guy was traumatized by the time we left. We never went back. It was not what I was looking for but this is. To treat them as living, breathing, feeling, sentient beings rather than possessions who need to be dealt harshly with and driven nuts by noisey clicky things. Thank you for sharing this with us. You are who I’ve been looking for. Thankyou