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malcolm hudson
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Hello, this is something I see a lot of. Not particularly westies as it happens. It takes a lot of work but is definitely reversible. The owner would have to be involved too ideally. Fawndog121dogtraining.co.uk is where you’ll find lots of information about calming signals and body language.

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