My daughter is getting married next week, so you can just imagine that as the Mother of the Bride I've been busy! Errands to run, lists to check (and recheck) and lots of last minute shopping!!!!!
What does this have to do with hiking the trails with your dog?
Well, it has to do with who I met today and how I was passionately driven to pull a u-turn on a busy street in the middle of my "errand day" just to speak with them.
..two inspiring women hikers and a fabulous black Standard Poodle named Blue.
The instant I saw them my "Response5 instincts" took over and I knew I needed to offer my course! ...my gift to them:)....keep reading, this could be very advantages to you!!!!!!!
This well geared, well prepared group of three were just a couple of days in on what could possibly end up being a 855km (555mile) hike!!!!
They're total dog lovers.
Very prepared, educated and aware of Blues needs, they have a set plan to have Blue picked up by friends at any part of their journey.
The only thing missing from these hikers agenda of health and safety for their fellow canine hiker was the tool to provide instant neurological relief in case of a sudden injury, a morning routine of preparing Blues body for the long day ahead (to offset possible injury) and an evening repeat to soothe tired muscles and take sare of any strains in the body.
THEY WERE MISSING RESPONSE5!
..so with pen and scrap paper in hand I scribbled out the website www.response5.com and added my name.
Asked them to tuck it somewhere safe and when they could get near wifi to look me up.
A FREE Response5 course will be waiting for them.
BUT WAIT! THATS NOT THE END OF THE STORY!!!!
If you and your dog are avid hikers then I have something for you!
A FREE RESPONSE5 COURSE IS WAITING FOR YOU TOO!
Contact me, tell me your story and receive your Free Response5 Class as my way of giving you the assurance and peace of mind that you have all the tools you need when travelling the trails with your dog.
There's just 1 left to givve away, so contact me with your story today!!!
Happy trails to you and your dog,