When Raylan came to Dog Training Camp, he was under the impression he ruled the roost; or rather in his case the whole farm. He frequently led his family on merry chases, and was very reactive around other dogs.
Look at Raylan now! Here he is rock climbing with a dog he had just met. Raylan learned to look to his humans for leadership, and many good things followed. Once he wasn't under the pressure of protecting his people, his toys, and his food, he could relax and play with other dogs. Raylan can now walk nicely on the leash, and go out to dinner in public. He still has lots of energy, but there's a new calmness and self control which lets him wait at the door and settle in the house. He can apply his skills to new situations, and make his owners proud wherever they take him.
Raylan has completed camp, but there's still work for his family to do. They'll be applying his new know-how to his old situation, and sometimes that takes a little fine tuning. No problem! Trainer Paula is coming back to help them smooth out any problems, and ensure Raylan doesn't slip back into his bad, old ways. He's a very smart dog so there are sure to be challenges ahead. Leadership and patience always win the day though!
Good Job Raylan!