• Helping your dog adjust to your return to work   With constant company and long daily walks over the past five weeks, our dogs have probably all relished the Level 4 lockdown. We also know that cats everywhere have been less than pleased with the......

  • How to make your daily dog walk more interesting Four weeks into lockdown and it’s probably been a while since your dog had a good run around off leash and properly stretched their legs.  A decrease in physical exercise and social dog play has likely......

  • Trick Training and it’s many benefits As a dog trainer, I will be the first to put my hand up and say that teaching your dog basic obedience behaviours like coming when called, walking nicely on leash, and impulse control are extremely important, allowing you......

  • Socialising your puppy at a young age is vital for their overall social development. Successful socialisation involves exposing puppies to a wide range of different experiences and pairing that with something positive for them.  But with the whole country in lockdown and restrictions on travel,......

  • Let Them Sniff! – How to use scent work during lockdown On the market today there is a wide range of treat and puzzle toys available to offer mental enrichment and stimulation for man’s best friend. These puzzles are a great way of giving your......

  • Keeping Woody Occupied During a Lockdown One week in and I’m sure my dog Woody is longing for a day at home by himself. It is hard to get some peace and quiet with a tiny human charging around the house all day long! I......

  •   What was your dog bred for?   All dogs are good dogs, and all of them are mans best friend. But do you know why your dog bred? Even our mixed breeds have specific characteristics and traits from the breeds of their parents. Knowing......

  • Top 5 Indoor Games for Rainy Days We are coming out the other side of winter so we will be able to take our dogs out more often for exercise! Yay! However, some wet days can still be expected so it is always a great......

  • There is a popular saying among some dog trainers; NEVER PUNISH A GROWL. Do you know why we say that? We tell people to never punish a growl because a growl is a warning signal. Your dog is communicating that something is making them uncomfortable.......

  • Dog Body Language 101   I really wish my dog could talk to me – or maybe it’s a good thing she doesn’t. I’d never hear the end of how she’s hungry again or how there MIGHT be someone at the door but she’s not......

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