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?”
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.”
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?”
We spend alot of time training our dogs but do we spend enough time understanding them? They can’t tell us what they want so it’s upto us to read them. Dogs communicate through lots of different parts of their body including their eyes, ears, mouth, tail and posture. By just looking at one part ofContinue reading “Can you speak dog?”
A beginners guide to raw feeding.
It has been so hot in the UK this week that Vinnie has been really struggling. Imagine how your dog must be feeling. It is so important to try and keep them cool, to not walk them in extreme heat or to leave them alone in a car. Dogs die in hot cars so pleaseContinue reading “How is your dog coping with the heat?”