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We have a meet and greet next Wednesday with a new Trainer/Behaviorist (Nancy Williams, Nancy Williams, MA, ACAAB, RVT) and she has asked us to provide as many videos as possible of Trucker's different reactions to different situations so she is able to more quickly evaluate the situation.

How is the best way to go about doing this without damaging the progress (while minimal) we have already made?

Also, would you try to get a video of EVERY situation or just a sample of them?
 

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This is what we were asked for:

· Interview form. Strongly recommended that our interview form be completed and submitted prior to or during the session. We prefer that interview forms be submitted by E-mail prior to the session to expedite your session and assist in treatment preparation.


· Videos of the pet in the home. It is highly recommended that you submit prior to, or during the session, brief videos (5 min) of the home environment, normal behaviors of the pet, and/or the behaviors that are concerning the owner in the home. Specific instructions are given on the interview form. Videos of the pet in the home are extremely useful for training and the behavior assessment, but are not mandatory. These videos can be sent in any format by Email, regular mail or brought to the session when we meet.
 
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