• Update on Wilber (formerly Muddles adopted June 2013)

By Sean - Posted Sunday April 27, 2014

Update on Wilber (formerly Muddles adopted June 2013)

Wilber continues to be THE family and neighbourhood star! The rough winter did take its toll on all us, particularly Wilber. His behavioral acting out was challenging because he was not active enough (given cold). But we found an amazing behavioural trainer who worked it all out in two hours. Under her guidance we modified his diet, implemented a series of mind- stimulating games to occupy him, and "clicker" trained him for outside. He is so bright and within weeks we were all happier! He just this week passed his certification as a pet therapy dog at Montreal General. He performed phenomenally and we will start in a few weeks ! He brings such joy and laughter to everyone he meets.

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