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Why enrichment is important for dogs

Published on 27th December 2016

Enrichment is ESSENTIAL to helping promote the wellbeing of your dog ***Keep boredom at bay and help reduce destructive type behaviours*** Enrichment encourages an animal’s natural behaviours, providing different experiences for their senses. It’s essential Read more…

COMMON MYTH: “my dog is stubborn!” So if my dogs not stubborn then why WON’T he or she listen to me and HOW to HELP… REALITY: Many dog owners call their dogs stubborn. In the Read more…

A pet corrector is a form of punishment which is used to stop a pet’s undesirable behaviour. It works by emitting a quick puff of air which makes a hissing sound. It is pointed near (not at) the animal.

What makes a friendly dog trainer?

Published on 19th February 2016

I meet so many people who say they prefer animals to people, not surprising many of these later become dog walkers or even dog trainers. However when working with animals at some stage you have Read more…

How to socialise your dog with other dogs

Published on 10th February 2016

Introduction Encouraging a dog to be sociable around other dogs all depends on how familiar he or she is with other dogs already, the age of the dog, the experiences it has had and it’s Read more…

How to train a successful recall

Published on 7th February 2016

I frequently get asked how to train a successful recall in dogs. This is no wonder, as It’s one of the most important skills to teach your dog, especially if you are going to be letting it off lead.

Dog training in Cheltenham – Choosing a trainer

Published on 21st September 2015

Welcome to our blog post; dog training in Cheltenham – choosing a trainer. Hopefully you will find this both supportive and informative and how to choose a trusted dog trainer.

Emotional contagion in animals

Published on 20th June 2015

Recent studies suggest that our emotions can transfer to animals and emotions can also be contagious. This is known as emotional contagion which essentially means; ‘the spreading of all forms of emotion from one person Read more…