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Keeping your dog safe during Christmas

4th December 2016

Keeping your dog safe during Christmas

Christmas is fast approaching again, so we would like to remind you of some important things to consider when preparing for the Festive Season with your dog. Many dried fruits are poisonous to dogs so don’t allow them access to... read more…

The Festive Season

23rd November 2016

The Festive Season

It’s that time of year again! Christmas is fast approaching, and the season for after-work drinks, get-togethers and parties is about to begin but do spare a thought for your four-legged friends as they don’t understand the changes that may occur in your routine and your behaviour... read more…

Managing Destructive Behaviours in Dogs

13th November 2016

Managing Destructive Behaviours in Dogs

Dogs who seem intent on destroying the contents of your home and garden can be very difficult to live with. As humans, we find it difficult to understand why our dogs choose to chew chairs, tables, stairs, carpets, skirting boards and walls; some dogs will tear up and chew carpets and vinyl. These can be very expensive habits for any owner to tolerate, and may even result in a dog being rehomed... read more…

Managing your dogs fears of fireworks

25th October 2016

Managing your dogs fears of fireworks

Bonfire night takes place traditionally on 5th November but, as we all know, nowadays, fireworks can be seen and heard for weeks before and after that date. Whilst fireworks are attractive and exciting for humans, dogs generally are far less keen and are unable to make sense of the loud bangs and explosions taking place in their normally quiet lives...  read more…

Halloween - Don't let the fright turn to a bite

24th October 2016

Halloween - Don't let the fright turn to a bite

Halloween is fast approaching and, as dog trainers and behaviour therapists, we know that this can be a particularly difficult time for dogs. Most dogs don't like change because they are used to the routine and association they have built and are most familiar with... read more…

Alabama Rot Deadly Disease to Dogs

31st August 2016

Alabama Rot or CRGV (cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy), is a canine disease that causes blood clots to form in blood vessels causing damage which leads to tissue damage. An extremely dangerous disease, its cause is currently unknown, but it can affect dogs of any breed, size or age. Unless spotted early, the disease can quickly develop and lead to kidney failure and even death. read more…

Jumping Up

17th July 2016

Jumping Up

We often get called to see dogs who are in the habit of jumping up at people. It may be that they jump up at their owner, or visitors, or anyone they pass in the street! It’s a behaviour that can be, at best, embarrassing for the owner or, at worst, putting the owner at risk of criminal charges and an expensive fine. read more…

Introducing a new dog or puppy

21st May 2016

Introducing a new dog or puppy

If you have decided that the time is right to add a new dog to your family, you will probably be feeling really excited to introduce the new addition to the rest of the family. There will be reasons why you felt that this was the right dog for your family…right age, right size, right temperament, good with children, good with other dogs etc., read more…

Dog Bite Prevention Week 2016

15th May 2016

Dog Bite Prevention Week 2016

Dog bite prevention week takes place on the third week of May annually and aims to educate people in how to avoid being bitten by a dog. It's a sad fact that dog bites, in the UK, increase more and more each year. Over the past 10 years, dog bites have increased by over 40%. read more…

Teaching Recall to your Dog or Puppy

21st April 2016

Now that we are into Spring, and the weather is warmer, many of us enjoy the chance to take our dogs out and allow them a good run off lead. If your dog comes every time you call him, that’s great. But if you find that your dog consistently ignores your recall, then you could try improving your technique, and putting some training into place for your dog... read more…

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