The Perfect Traveling Companion

Having a dog that is happy travelling with you means your dog can enjoy daily trips with you as well as cope with longer journeys too and more often than not, dogs make for willing and eager travel companions.
But whether your dog is a willing companion or not, having the right equipment and attitude can help to assure that the trip is safe and satisfying for all.
Posted: 22/05/2014 19:20 | 0 comments

Selecting A Good Puppy School

If you cannot find a Puppy School close to where you live, or you want to find a training class for an older dog, you will need to do some research to find the best one. The worst thing to do is call a number from the first advert you see, sign up and hope for the best!
Posted: 13/05/2014 13:07 | 0 comments

Some Dogs Need Space

If you are the owner of a dog that temporarily can’t engage with other dogs or doesn’t enjoy canine contact you will know how surprisingly difficult it can be to convince other, well-meaningful dog owners to keep their distance. 

Posted: 27/04/2014 10:16 | 0 comments

Get Fit With Your Dog!

If you have noticed your dog has started to put on a few extra pounds then you might be tempted to address this by reducing their food intake when actually it’s your lifestyle and exercise routine that will offer the best benefits.
Posted: 11/01/2014 17:28 | 0 comments

Daily Dog's Health Check

Dog’s are a different species and don’t touch, hold and hug as we do so we need to get them used to being handled from an early age and maintain this on a daily basis throughout a dog’s life.  It’s important to go at a dog’s pace and not force them to be handled if they don’t like it; go slowly and gently until your dog is happy to be touched all over.
A dog that is happy to be handled will make a better patient at the vets, when they need to be examined and it helps you to really know the condition of your dog so you understand when things are not right.
Posted: 11/01/2014 17:21 | 0 comments

Puppy training & development – Learning though play!

Preparing your puppy to become the pet you have dreamed of begins from the moment you bring your puppy home and every interaction affects how your puppy learns. Developing your own understanding of dogs and practical handling skills isn’t always instinctive and it is therefore important for you to learn how to become a good teacher for your puppy.
Posted: 01/12/2013 17:14 | 0 comments