Easter Hazards.

Most people celebrate Easter in one way or another but are you aware of howmany things can be toxic to your dog? It is really easy to become lax when you’re enjoying yourself but it’s important to always be careful. Chocolate is one of the biggest risks at Easter, especially if you are planning anContinue reading “Easter Hazards.”

What if the worst happens?

Although it’s something that none of us want to think about, sadly losing our dog is something that we will come across at some point in our life. I find it difficult to acknowledge but everyday I look at Vinnie he seems to have an extra grey hair and it’s gut wrenching watching him growContinue reading “What if the worst happens?”

Does you dog have reliable recall?

No matter what age your dog is it is never too late to work on their recall. Whether you have a puppy that is only beginning to experience the outside world, an adolescent dog that has selective hearing or a senior dog that takes it’s time coming back……you can always make improvements with a littleContinue reading “Does you dog have reliable recall?”

Ever heard of zoopharmacognosy?

This months guest blog is from Mandy Wilson of Peaceful Paws Therapy And Training. Mandy talks about zoopharmacognosy and how it can benefit your dog. But first I’ll explain my own personal experience of it…… I only stumbled across this a couple of years ago when I attended a 2 day seminar ran by IslaContinue reading “Ever heard of zoopharmacognosy?”

How to socialise your dog in lockdown.

Unfortunately it seems like many of us will be in lockdown for a while yet so it’s important to keep up with your dog’s training in the best way you can. The fall out from lockdown 1 was huge and there are now lots of under socialised dogs as well as dogs with major separationContinue reading “How to socialise your dog in lockdown.”

What to look for in a dog rescue, and what a dog rescue should be looking for in you.

This months guest blog comes from Leanne Louisia Mcwade, owner of Dog Training College and co-owner of East Anglia Dog Rescue. Leanne has worked in rescue 8 for years. She started by helping with transport runs, fundraising etc then in 2017 East Anglia Dog Resue was born. She has a rescue dog herself, Mitzy theContinue reading “What to look for in a dog rescue, and what a dog rescue should be looking for in you.”

The benefits of online dog training.

Lockdown has changed the way alot of us work and many of us have had to think outside of the box. I will be the first to admit that online training classes made me nervous but after the first few clients it opened up my eyes to a whole new way of dog training. WithContinue reading “The benefits of online dog training.”

Nutrition and toys for your dog.

This months guest blog comes from Annabelle at Canine Elite Outlet. Canine Elite Outlet is an online shop selling healthy dog food, healthy dog treats amd dog toys. In this blog Annabelle talks about what you should look for in a good food or treat and why having a good treat helps with training. SheContinue reading “Nutrition and toys for your dog.”

Keeping your dog safe at Christmas.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Its also a time full of hazards for our four legged friends so it’s incredibly important to be vigilant and keep them safe. In this months blog I talk about what you can do to make sure everyone has an enjoyable festive period and how you canContinue reading “Keeping your dog safe at Christmas.”

Ever thought of hiring a secure dog field?

I regularly talk to my clients about hiring a secure dog field as there are so many benefits. Most people don’t even know they exist until I mention it to them. Whether your dog is reactive, needs help with recall or just wants a really good run off lead the benefits of secure fields areContinue reading “Ever thought of hiring a secure dog field?”