Dog agility is a great way to provide exercise for an energetic and obedient dog – if you’ve established good recall and a reasonable stay and wait, then you may be ready to try this fantastically fun sport.… Read More
Since the dawn of time, dogs have probably been man’s (and woman’s) best friend. From Frank Sinatra and his dog Ringo, to Paul McCartney and his sheepdog Martha, and Elvis and his hound dog, dogs have learnt to share the spotlight with their famous owners.… Read More
It is fast approaching that time of year again. If you have dogs that are worried and frightened by fireworks, here are a few pointers:
– Start getting your dog used to firework sounds well before Bonfire Night. … Read More
It is never too late to train your dog, whatever their age.
Whether you have rehomed an adult rescue dog or your puppy is a little bit older and now going through adolescence, some form of adult dog training, be it classes or private lessons, can really benefit both you and your dog.… Read More
Dog obedience classes are the most popular way to train your dog. You may have read books, looked online and watched television programs on dog obedience training, but there is nothing as invaluable as taking your dog to a training class and learning from a professional and qualified dog trainer.… Read More
Well it’s that time of year again – I’m sure by now, most of you have put up your Christmas trees and decorations, bought and wrapped your presents and are well into celebrating the party season!… Read More
There are many advantages to teaching your dog to return to you on just a couple of blows on a whistle – I recommend using them to many of my clients.… Read More
How many dogs does it take to change a light bulb?
(Recognise your dog here?)
The sun is shining, the day is young, we’ve got our whole lives ahead of us and you’re inside worrying about a stupid burned out bulb??… Read More