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  • Learning to Understand Your Dog

    Published by Sophie C. on October 31, 2012. Comments: 0

    The best way to approach dog training is to start by getting a basic understanding of your dog's behaviour and what is important to him or her. Read more...

  • Training with Treats – The Power of Positive Reinforcement

    Published by Sophie C. on October 31, 2012. Comments: 0

    Dogs love pleasing their owners and genuinely enjoy learning. They’re remarkably clever, perceptive and sentient creatures with about the same level of intelligence as an average two year old child. They learn quickly and just like human children they learn best when they’re having fun, thriving on love and praise. This week I’m looking at the most effective way to train your dog using positive reinforcement. Read more...

  • Alfie's Law - Animals in the UK Need Your Help!

    Published by Sophie C. on October 29, 2012. Comments: 0

    People can be cruel to animal and the punishment is often too lenient. UK based campaign Alfie's Law, set up to gain support to change Laws in the UK. Read more...

  • Crashes and Bangs, Woofs and Whines - Doggie Tips for Bonfire Night

    Published by Sophie C. on October 22, 2012. Comments: 0

    Some dogs are totally laid back. Others hate sudden loud noises, finding fireworks and fire very distressing. Sadly it isn’t just one night of fun either. People will probably be letting fireworks off from the weekend before right through to the weekend after as well as on the 5th itself. What can you do to keep your pooch safe, calm and happy during the festivities? Here are some sensible tips. Read more...

  • Helping furry friends enjoy a happy Howl-o-ween

    Published by Sophie C. on October 18, 2012. Comments: 0

    There are some fantastic Halloween costumes in the shops: devils and ghosts, ghouls and witches and skeletons. It’s the start of the party season and I’m going to be covering the risks for dog owners, with doggy survival guides for Halloween, Bonfire Night, Christmas and New Year. All Hallows Eve is only a couple of weeks away - here’s how to get through it unscathed. Read more...