Sometimes we just get so caught up in the drama, urgencies, to-do lists, and life’s responsibilities that we forget what’s truly important.
We can even get lost in an idea of how our dogs are supposed to be. We fixate on how they’re meant to look and behave without even realizing that it’s all down to choice.
In this episode of Enlightened By Dogs, Kathy takes you through a simple way to change your perspective on life in general, but more specifically, with your relationship with your dog.
Kathy shares some stories from members of the Brilliant Partners Academy on how they learned to “join up” with their dogs rather than try to control them.
In this episode:
Why you need to “join up” with your dog rather than control them How to stay focused on “the main thing” Why connection with your dog is so important Read the blog post on this topic.
“When we're available for connection, magical stuff happens.”
“Rather than try to convince our dogs or campaign for our dog's attention, how about sometimes we just join up with our dogs?”
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