by Adam on July 20, 2019 at 2:20 AM
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Sweet little Sox came into NCAR with behaviour which was heart breaking, she knew very little of the world and everything terrified her. She was completely shutting down, we needed to help her fast. The team at North Clwyd Animal Rescue (www.NCAR.org.uk) set about trying to build some confidence in her to enable her to deal with the world, here is her journey so far...
Nahla rehabs the deaf & blind rescue pup...
by Adam on May 22, 2018 at 2:38 AM
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These 3 deaf and almost blind pups were left to perish next to a road in a box. Fortunately they were found just in time and brought into the rescue. They were clearly under nourished and no consideration for their needs had been given by their callous breeder before they were dumped. Now currently on foster they are getting over their traumatic start to life and learning to be puppies again. Nahla, who was only rescued herself a few months ago, decided she was just what these pups needed and set about guiding, educating and rehabilitating the youngsters.
Mizz rehabilitating Coco
by Adam on November 22, 2015 at 1:37 PM
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Our new NCAR adopted dog Coco gets a welcome to the family by our other NCAR adopted dog Mizzie. Coco hasn't seen much of life and was very unhealthy when we brought her home. Mizzie recognised Coco needed help and set about trying to get Coco to play and start to enjoy being a dog! Her efforts are a testament to the breed!
Body language video in slow motion
by Adam on July 9, 2012 at 3:12 AM
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As requested (by many), here is a slowed down version of my body language video. Now the gestures can be seen as they are explained. But also, now the clip has been slowed other gestures not highlighted can also be seen!
Play fight pauses
by Adam on May 14, 2010 at 6:54 AM
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Alphie and Mizzie play fighting. Play fighting looks and sounds very much like the real thing, there are subtle differences though. These play fight pauses demonstrated by Alphie and Mizzie keep the intensity of the play down to a level both dogs are comfortable with.
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