The Tellington TTouch for Happier, Healthier Dogs
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(Jul 13, 2006)
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The Tellington Touch (also known as the Tellington TTouch) can help, and you can soon be doing it with your dog. Sometimes it makes an unbelievable difference...
Perhaps you have a dog who is afraid of thunderstorms. Or a dog who has arthritis. Or a dog who is hard to control on leash. Or a dog who... well, you can fill in the blank!
The Tellington Touch includes a variety of easy-to-learn touches that you do on your dog. Unlike massage, the purpose is not to relax the muscles, but to really change the way the animal thinks.
This has to do with activating brain waves and the cellular intelligence in the body. But you don't have to get into the theory to see the practical results!
First famous for her work with horses, Linda Tellington-Jones has traveled all over the world perfecting her work with animals of all species. She is the founder of TTEAM, the Tellington-Jones Equine Awareness Method.
Dogs have been a special emphasis of hers.
This one-hour program was created at an actual four-day Tellington Touch clinic.
How can this Tellington Touch DVD help you and your dogs? You'll see Linda Tellington-Jones and her sister Robyn Hood work with ten dogs and their owners. You'll see how the dogs learned and changed.
You'll see Robyn Hood demonstrate the various Tellington Touches and how to do them. This section is especially useful, as you and a dog can sit in front of the TV and try out whichever Tellington Touches you feel like.
As you watch the program, you will be absorbing an exciting new way to relate to dogs and to any other animals. As you practice the Tellington Touch with your dogs, you will see that the process is really very simple and effective.
Some situations which the Tellington Touch often helps:
* Fear of loud noises
* Fear of being alone
* Injury and accidents
* Toenail trimming
* Fear biting
* Visiting the veterinarian
* Arthritis and hip dysplasia
* Gait problems
* Itchiness, hot spots
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Top Customer Reviews
I heard about this video years ago when Paul Newman promoted it on TV
I forgot the name and could not order it. I was thrilled to find it on
Amazon. I bought the dog TTouch video for my son. Our animals deserve it!!
I have also used the touches on my own cats and dogs. I rescued a cat who had been hit by a car and had a bum hip. Using TTouch and massage, the went from falling over all the time to moving normally. She developed her own special method of jumping that keeps her stable, and at 11, she is a happy, playful kitty. I've helped dogs with hot spots, constipation, and injury recovery as well.
The TTouch helps you keep your pets happy and healthy, and it can be used to help with behavior issues such as fear. This video does a good job of teaching the touches and their uses. It is not a comprehensive training course, but it's a good start. If you're having major issues, you may want to work with a practitioner as well as using what you learn in this DVD.
This was filmed years ago, so the picture quality isn't great; however, this doesn't detract from the usefulness of the information.
Follow your BLISS,
Ronda Del Boccio
best selling author
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm in training as a dog trainer, and this was recommended to me as a must -watch. I've used some of Tellington's methods at work and on my own dogs. It works very well.Published 5 months ago by mobius_pancakes
Information clear,well presented.
Good review for relaxation.
Very helpful for the dog fearful of noise,thunder.
Book suggested by a friend with over reactive dog.
first of all, i paid for shipping on the product when i bought initially online. then i get a £12.44 charge to then collect the item from my local post office... Read morePublished on February 6, 2014 by Nm
Welcome to the early 90s and some kickin fashions. Almost as good as the 70s!
The video is very introductory and does not go in to great detail. Read more