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 “Soon after starting the CE101 course, I got my first dog, Sandi. I had been a dog walker for years at this point, and felt quite confident with my abilities to handle many different situations. Sandi is a rescue with an unfortunate history and very soon I felt I was in over my head with her. After the first two classes with Sindhoor, my world was blown open.

I realized that in most situations where I was managing dog to dog and dog to human interactions, I was the one creating all the problems! After being introduced to videos of the Streeties of Bangalore, my understanding of dog behaviour really changed. I learned through the streeties that dogs are always trying to avoid conflict and when issues come up, it is because we have not understood what they have told us.

After using some of the basic skills I learned in 101 with Sandi, such as using the hand signal, and seeing our relationship blossom, I decided to start my journey in the diploma program. It will be my life’s work to continue to learn and explore with dogs. The knowledge that I have gotten from Sindhoor and these courses has guided me on my journey and has completely evolved the way I have relationships with animals.

I am proud to be on this path and grateful for each dog I meet, because in the end, they are the best teachers as long as we listen. If you are wanting to understand your dog, take the 101 course, your dog will thank you!”

“I joined BHARCS around the time we were thinking of adopting our second dog. After a fostering experience, I realised there is so much I didn’t know about living in a multi dog household and I wanted to be prepared for that transition. I didn’t want to learn how to train my dogs – I wanted to learn how I can lovingly co exist with them in a way that brings out the best in both of us. And BHARCS was the only school where I found resonance in that philosophy. Obviously it has given me much more than what I signed up for – it has given me a language and the necessary tools that not only helps me communicate with them but also advocate for them in every way possible”

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I joined BHARCS around the time we were thinking of adopting our second dog. After a fostering experience, I realised there is so much I didn’t know about living in a multi dog household and I wanted to be prepared for that transition. I didn’t want to learn how to train my dogs – I wanted to learn how I can lovingly co exist with them in a way that brings out the best in both of us. And BHARCS was the only school where I found resonance in that philosophy. Obviously it has given me much more than what I signed up for – it has given me a language and the necessary tools that not only helps me communicate with them but also advocate for them in every way possible.

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