I was wrong, and to thank you for your patience in teaching us how to train our dog.
I walked past you with a big group of dogs and people up on the east side of town today, and I was reminded that I’ve been meaning to email you.
When you first came to work with us in the fall, you may remember that I was skeptical about your training methods, and you spent a lot of time convincing me to give them a try. Well, you were right: our dog Lance now has a great time running around off-leash, has very good recall, and most importantly is calmer around the house and better with strangers. He’ll bark when someone comes to the door, but he will stay in place or quickly go to it when told before I answer the door.
This email isn’t to say “you were right” since you already knew that. It is to say that I was wrong, and to thank you for your patience in teaching us how to train our dog.
We’re moving back to New Jersey this week, and I wanted to write and say thanks and give you an update.