Autumn is well on its way and although the colder weather may be a little off-putting, your dog will still need to be walked daily.
As a dog owner, it’s important to understand that the safety of your pet is paramount, and with the shorter days and longer nights approaching, walking your dog in the dark is going to become a daily occurrence for you.
Although the tips that we are about to give you are aimed at walks during the darker evenings and murky mornings of autumn, they can be applied throughout the year too.
So here it is, our top 3 essential dog walking tips for autumn!
You’ve found the perfect pooch, your dream dog, the constant canine companion that you’ve been looking for. Your home is puppy-proofed, and you’ve already made plans to join our puppy training in Wimbledon (of course you have!) – now just one thing remains.
What do you call your new friend for life?
As Shakespeare said, a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, and your puppy will be adorable whatever moniker you bestow upon it, but you may wish to take a few things into consideration when you make your decision.
Being able to walk your dog confidently is something that all dog owners dream of, but it really isn’t as difficult as you may think.
Contrary to popular belief, even the most stubborn pooch can be reigned in and learn to understand that you are the one in charge of this activity, not them.
Here at CK9 Training, we specialise in dog training in Kingston, so we’ve seen quite a few feisty pups that pull relentlessly on a lead when taken on a walk. Here are some of our favourite tips to achieving a stress-free walk!