Hi everyone, my name’s Zhuess, and I’m an energetic, happy go lucky, affectionate guy. I absolutely love interacting and playing with people, but can sometimes be a little bit too much for smaller children. Since I don’t always know my own size, and like to jump up on people. Hold on a second, did I hear some mention the word play? Running around and playing chase/tag with people, and playing with toys such as ropes, balls, and hard and soft squeaky toys is my favorite thing to do to keep from getting bored. I’m sure by now you’ve figured out that I’m still a young guy, and while I would like to find someone who could keep up with me, I also need to find someone who would be willing to work with me on a few things. Some of the main things that I need help with is learning to walk without pulling so much on the leash, to stop jumping up on people, not to be so rough when playing, and just some basic commands and manners. …show more content…
So when I get into my new home, I’ll more than likely need a brush up on potty training. I lived with both cats and dogs in my past, and got along with both species. In addition when I’ve met another dog here at CHHS, I was friendly and tried to engage in play with her. During my behavior assessment, it was discovered that I have some food aggression, and don’t like having food messed with or taken away. However, food aggression can easily be worked on, and over time can hopefully be corrected. So if you are willing to put in some time and training with me, and are wanting to add a rambunctious, young, big fur baby to your family, then come on down and meet with me
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Childhood anxiety is quickly becoming the most challenging of all childhood problems. As the root of most problems, anxiety covers a long range of stressors that spread quickly if not treated or relieved early in life. Anxious feelings in children varies from children of all backgrounds. All people feel anxious at one point or another, and it is only when children are affected daily and unable to be calmed when people should become concerned. Many times, children are feeling overwhelmed and cannot express themselves or struggle to understand his/her feelings. Social and emotional development then plays a big part when facing concerns like anxiety in a young childhood environment. Teachers and caregivers need to take a step back and focus on what the child needs rather than what he/she can do to make children calm down. Through interventions, patience, and caring teachers, a young child does not need to be known as "The Child Who is Anxious", he/she can just be a child.
When I was 18, I was involved in a car accident that almost took my life, this caused me to fall into depressive state while I attended college. The depression was due to not knowing who I was as a person without football. Before the accident every aspect of my life revolved around the sport, and I was highly scouted to come the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and play football. It was this whirlwind of emotions constantly plaguing my mind by being immersed in a place that reminded me of something that I could no longer experience. With the assistance of a counselor at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, I was able to begin healing. This was a turning point in my life, and it was these sessions that sparked my interest in the field of psychology.
One of the most common mental health disorders, anxiety, has had an astronomic affect on human beings, influencing the entirety of an individual on a bio-psycho-social level. Globally, anxiety is the catalyst for the execution of specific significant political and military actions. Although, anxiety can propel one forward, excessive anxiety is debilitating and the effects are cataclysmic. Experiencing the crippling effects of anxiety firsthand has manifested to me the power and dominion anxiety can have over one's life. With the help of cognitive behavioral therapist I found the inner strength to cope and abate my own anxiety levels. My experience has not only stimulated my interest in the field of clinical social work but has also shown me the major
Owning a puppy is a big commitment for all family members, especially in the first few days or weeks. Everyone knows that cats and dogs are as different as day and night. Dogs will play frisbee with you all afternoon
The types of toys children play with can affect how they develop. Toys can help or hinder a child’s development in intelligence, social skills and personality. Certain characteristics may be genetically entwined in a human being, but some characteristics and behaviors can be learned, from parents, surroundings, and the toys with which a youngster plays. Elise Moore, author of “How Do Toys Aid Development”, stated “if play is the work of the child, toys are the child’s tools” (Moore, 2).
Though they are capable of learning and following several commands, they don't always feel the need to go along with your agenda. It's best to start training this breed as early as you can so he gets used to doing things the way you want. Prepare yourself for a bit of a stubborn streak, however, and some periodic mischief. First-time dog owners can do well with the breed but may want to consider some obedience classes. Getting Along
Well hello beautiful person my name’s Moxley! I’m a very playful, curious, rambunctious, and trusting canine. Take me out for a big walk every day, take me outside where I can run around and play, or just give me something fun and entertaining to do. Speaking of playing some of my favorite toys to play with are ropes and stuffed toys, while playing I’ll even challenge you to see who’s stronger in a good ole game of tug-of-war. However, sometimes I get so caught up in the moment while playing, that I’ll start to play just a little too rough, so you’ll just have to let me know when I do. In my previous home I spent an equal amount of time outside and inside, so a result, I am house trained, and I’m also create trained. I have had a little training
Hi the name’s Tate, and I’m a very sweet, loving little guy, and I can’t wait to go home with you, and cuddle up in a chair right next to your thigh. I absolutely love to receive attention and affection, and if you pet me, especially on my belly, I’ll wag my tail and give you a few kisses, and you’ll see that we’re creating a special connection. I don’t have much interest in toys and am not very playful, though that might all begin to change once I get into an environment that is more stable. I’m not sure if I’ve only lived inside or outside, but I do have accidents inside from time to time, however I’m sure that I can become completely housebroken, all we got to do is give it a try. I know the command sit, but with some further training I’m
I wanted another friend to hang out with, since my brother got boring sometimes, so I talked my family into getting a dog. We looked at our local pet shelter. Right when I walked in I walked over to a dachshund (She was the quietest dog in the shelter… little did my family know *eye roll). A week later the dachshund was home with the new name Libby (Thinking back on it, we should have named her Cleopatra since she looks like someone applied heavy eyeliner all over her eyes). Libby definitely tricked us with her shy personality at the pound. She is a force to be reckoned with, but I love her. Libby has little dog syndrome. She picks fights with the biggest and baddest, semi trucks. The tiny beast also finds it necessary to escort out all of our visitors to our property line (She runs on the side of the road barking until after the car passes the property line. My family is still not sure how she knows where our property line is… but she has mastered it). Do not get me wrong, Libby is a lover, and clingy lover at that. Every night I fall asleep she has always burrowed under the covers right next to my feet. My little fighter has taught me to stand my ground, no matter how tough the opponent is. This has helped me become successful in many of my academics and athletics in high school. This lesson will also be very
Your pooch ought to sit whenever he in front of an entryway. This prevents any hazardous situations that may be a result when many puppies pull to a door. Be keen on strolling with your pooch and welcome other puppy owners to share you strolling if they are kindred. You shouldn't still speak to other puppy owners while your puppy is lonely. You shouldn't take balls with you as this may release possession battles especially for
Dogs and humans have been best friends for about 15,000 years. We just recently lost our best friend, Charlie. Without him, days at home are long and lonely, and Annie and Gus are not exactly the best child dogs. Annie is hard to play with, because she’s violent and a spaz and Gus doesn’t play. We need a younger dog to satisfy our needs of fun and cuddling. The perfect candidate for that job is a 9 week old Border Collie puppy at the Pets R Inn pet shop. He’s mellow, cuddly, and playful once he gets used to you. He’s the perfect dog for our family.
I haven’t shown much interest in toys quite yet, but I do like to jump around on my back feet and play a tag like game with people. I love going outside, and would love to find a family that had a fenced in yard, where I could run, chase, play, and just adventure around for a few hours every day, and then come back in and hang out with everyone. I’m not sure if I was an inside dog in my past, because I’m not completely housetrained, though with some time, training, and effort, I’m sure that I can eventually become fully housetrained. When I’ve met other dogs here at CHHS, I’m very curious and want to go up and sniff them, but become very scared when they try to approach me. So as a result, I would feel most comfortable in an environment where I could be the only one receiving all of my owners love and attention. So if you are wanting to add a shy, beautiful, spunky little gal to your family, then come on down today so we can start on this amazing journey
Hi, my name’s Baba! When you come into visit with me, I might be a little shy, and go towards the back of my cage at first. However, once I get out of my cage, and start interacting with you, the more I’ll start warming up to you. I don’t really care to be picked up, and will jump up in your lap when I want to be held. Even if I’m not quite ready to jump up on your lap, I love to receive affection. I don’t think that I was leash walked a whole in my past, because I don’t like leashed up or have my collar area messed with. I was only ever around men and women in my previous home, so as result I would probably do best in a calm, quiet environment that didn’t have young children. I’ve only been an inside dog in my past, and only seem to have
Anxiety is a common reaction in the human body. So becoming a little scared when watching a movie, or beginning to become nervous right before a test, or maybe even a little shy talking to your crush is completely normal. It starts to become a problem when anxiety takes control and cuts out important things in our life. Children with anxiety might start to feel more often than usual fear, nervousness, shyness, and often will try to avoid social events. Anxiety is a normal part of childhood, and usually the child is just going through a phase and will grow out of it. But when it continuously keeps recurring it begins to become a problem. There are a multitude of anxiety disorder ranging from General Anxiety Disorder(G.A.D), Panic Disorder, Social
Play is the business of childhood, allowing your child free rein to experiment with the world around him and the emotional world inside him, says Linda Acredolo, professor of psychology at the University of California at Davis and co-author of Baby Signs: How to Talk With Your Baby Before Your Baby Can Talk and Baby Minds: Brain-Building Games Your Baby Will Love. While it may look like mere child's play to you, there's a lot of work — problem solving, skill building, overcoming physical and mental challenges — going on behind the scenes. Here are some of the things your child is experiencing and learning, along with ideas on how you can help boost the benefits of his play. Play builds the