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Monday, March 17, 2014

Ke-ola worked with the Master, Lamb from All States K-9

Ke-ola loves Lamb and so do we!
Thank you All States K-9!
Ke-ola and grandpa.
Ke-ola had a big weekend. He had an opportunity to meet family and friends. Grandpa feel in love with him. Ke-ola didn't mind one bit, he loved all the attention. Ke-ola has a special gift of bringing smiles to those that need them most. Thank you Ke-ola for sharing your love with those we love and giving them a brighter day.

Ke-ola has been itching quite a bit once again. If the weather holds we'll give him a bath tomorrow and rub him with coconut oil. We hope it will help with his itching. 

Cesar Millan, "The Dog Whisperer"
during a production 
shoot at the
All States K-9 training facility, November 200
We were lucky enough to meet with Lamb and Sharron from All States K-9 Detection & Dog Training. Lamb Lambert has been training, rehabilitating and helping dogs and their families for more than 43 years. He's been featured on show's like The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan, A Beastmasters segment, "The Nose" filmed at the All States K-9 training facility for The History Channel's 'Stan Lee's Super Humans' show. Lamb and Sharron are some of the biggest-hearted dog lovers we know. They have dedicated themselves to giving back to people that have adopted a dog from the shelter or from a rescue. They offer free trainings once a month to help with socialization and to teach agility training. Check out the link at the end of this post to visit their website and find their next training day.

Just to show you Lamb has the biggest heart around here is a segment with Lamb and Daisy from the "What about Daisy? Show". Daisy was adopted by her mom from the shelter and is blind and deaf. Daisy's mom asked many trainers to help her train Daisy to do agility and they all said it couldn't be done...until she spoke with Lamb. Take a look at his segment starting at 2:12 minutes. Daisy's transformation his heartwarming. We love you Lamb!

In this clip Lamb is showing us how to properly work with Ke-ola on his basic commands.

After working with Ke-ola today Lamb gave him his stamp of approval. Just look at Ke-ola's face when Lamb says "he's a good dog". 
Here Lamb reminds us that while we need to be vigilant with his training we must be equally vigilant with our praising. Ke-ola wants to please but needs help learning manners and socialization. 

Lamb and Kadante working with
Ke-ola and Sky.
Lamb took Ke-ola out with the girls for their first encounter today. The dogs were excited but unsure of each other. Ke-ola jumped at Sky and Lamb showed us how to correct both of them. He gave us group lessons on leash to start practicing with them. 

By the time he was done showing us what we needed to do to help Ke-ola, Sky and River learn to relax around each other all three dogs were sitting calmly on leash. We tried to have them smell each other but no one seemed interested so we didn't push. Lamb said that with patients and consistency the three should integrate well. 

We will keep practicing what we learned today and most of all remember to be patient with their progress. 
After corrections pups are more relaxed.
For more information about All Sates K-9 Detection & Dog Training you can visit their website at http://www.allstates-k9.com. You can also find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/All.States.K9
Wishing you and your pack peace today and everyday. Thank you for visiting.

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1 comment:

  1. Love it. I feel blessed to have met Sharron and Lamb too. I am looking forward to meeting Ke-ola soon, very happy that he is getting better.