Are you and your dog resilient? Building resilience is so important to create a strong partnership with your dog. Yet, not many people talk about the power of resilience within the dog community. It’s time to change that!
Being resilient gives you the ability to adapt quickly and bounce back stronger when things don’t go as planned. However, it’s important that both you and your dog are resilient, which is something that you can work on together. But, what does it mean be resilient? And, how can you and your dog build your resilience together?
In this episode of Enlightened By Dogs, I re-visit some key lessons I taught during a very special masterclass inside the Brilliant Partners Academy. You’ll discover why you need to be resilient if you want to build a strong, successful partnership with your dog. You’ll also learn how resilient partners never give up, even when life gets really tough.
Listen in to find out how you and your dog can build a resilient partnership!
In this episode:
Why you need to create social support for your dog The importance of giving your dog some control over their own life How to create mental, emotional, and physical balance Six ways to build resilience The sources of resilience Read the blog post on this topic.
“Resilient partners don’t give up when life gets hard”
“Dogs need to feel that they have some amount of control over their own life”
“Choice is essential for a balanced mind”
“Remember that we are keepers of the light. Our dogs need us to love them, to be open minded, to be resilient and bounce back”
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