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Throughout this new series of 4 episodes we will look at how everyone gets a puppy or dog for a reason. This can bring challenges when training your dog to reach goals that you set.
With Chatsworth House in Derbyshire as a backdrop, new dog owners learn how to navigate puppy parenthood, with the…
If you and your dog have ever worked with me you’ll know I like to train our dogs so they have tools to sometimes make up their own decisions.
However, as we are in charge of their welfare and environment, there are a few steps all dog owners should take to protect our friends, and one of them is to make sure that they cannot be in contact with harmful substances…. Read More
Is your child always keen to go and say hi to every dog? A few tips and things to think about when you have young children and dogs/puppies together, whether it be visiting people, out and about in the big wide world or even your own pets in your own home... Read More
The Most Harmful Misconception In Dog Body Language… Guilt!!
In my opinion one the the biggest miscommunications between dogs and humans, and potentially the most harmful too, is the impression we can recognise “that guilty look” in our dogs when we "catch them” after having done something they shouldn’t have done. Read More
Can you recognise stress in your dogs’ behaviour during everyday day situations? Read More
Not sure? Not always? Maybe?
This new video was made for you…
What do you look for in a partner? Understanding, compassion, a sense of humour perhaps? And what do you think your partner looks for? Love, kindness, strength? Now, what do you think your dog needs from you? Have you ever wondered? Food (Of course! Mine does), fresh water, daily walks & exercise, love? Read More
I think that above all else, what a dog needs from his human is safety. We ourselves should become our dogs' safe place....
Family dogs help children display better social skills and boost their self-esteem.
Research shows that children with family dogs have higher self-esteem. Living and looking after a dog allows children to experience love and compassion; feeding and caring for a dog encourages childhood responsibility.... Read More