Bring new promise in the lives of Cannines through effective communication
The unforeseen global pandemic has affected all of us at some level. The 3 months of lockdown have been difficult for all including the pets. It had both its advantages as well disadvantages when it comes to spending time with the pets.
For all the pet-owners this has been a long awaited moment wherein they got to spend a lot of time with their pets, but at times they tend to overlook how their pets are coping with it. On the other hand, every day we see dogs that are being abandoned or turn out to be badly behaved is because they have not been trained the right way.
In such difficult times, the passion and expertise of Salomi Gupte brings in a new sense of hope and life for the Canines of aapnu Amdavad. To celebrate the International Friendship Day on 2nd August, 2020 in a different Style, Dog Promise invited over 8 different breeds of Puppies and Dogs along with their owners for a special bonding and knowing each other session at Sugar Rush Outdoors, Near Pleasure Club, Ghuma.
This 2 and Half hours of training and behavior session included Walking, Talking, Communicating and Playing with the dogs with lots of Pep Ups and Motivation too.
Dog Promise Training and Behaviour Modification program focuses on Puppy training and is the brainchild of three people – Salomi Gupte, Rahul Sehgal and Soham Mukherjee. They have done varied work with animals for several years and have designed DOG PROMISE which is a specialized at home and out door training session program of over 40 hours of one-on-one training to the Puppies.
“Every dog has a different personality and temperament and we at Dog Promise aim to recognize and work with your dog’s uniqueness. We combine our expertise based on individual needs of each pet parent and the dog and in the process, develop a long-lasting bond between the two,” shares Salomi.
“From the dogs point of view there has been a drastic change for them too, of having to spend all the time with their owner as earlier to seeing them for few hours. As much as this has been an advantage for the humans we also need to understand the dog’s psychology at this point,” adds Salomi further.