Bit of a challenging day today. Turns out there was a school orienteering day on at Karori Cemetery where we decided to walk. So there was lots of squealing, excited kids running round. A couple of these hounds were a bit spooked by it all, so we pulled off the trail a bit and let the hounds observe calmly from a distance. A great credit goes to the well behaved kids at Marsden, who didn't approach, taunt or run and screech at the dogs . Once the bulk of the kids had passed us, we were able to pull in behind them and follow them for a short while, which helped the spooked hounds relax a bit, observing that none of the kids were going to harm them - despite how quickly and spontaneously they moved and how loud they were. I also was able to demonstrate to the hounds that I would take care of the situation if any of them approached us. The hounds were put under a bit of stress, and they over came it. We ended our walk positively with a big rub down session in the sun before getting back in the van for a snooze. We turned a challenging situation into a very positive exposure opportunity.
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