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
Have you ever wondered how your dog recognises you? Read More
Can he recognise you because of the way you sound, the way you smell, the way you look; or maybe of all the above? Then read on...
I know it’s still only September, but now is a good time to start thinking about how you can help your dog if he is scared of fireworks.
The Do’s: Read More
Allow your dog to find a safe space around your home, if your dog is happy in his crate, that’s a good place to start. If it’s under the sofa, so be it. Dogs like small spaces. Make sure...
Believe it or not, dog mess is also damaging to local wildlife and the environment. I asked my friend Henry Glynn, Government Ecologist/Environmental Warden why and how. He says: “The high levels of nitrogen in dog mess can physically damage and kill plants causing “nitrogen burn” and ... Read More