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Warwickshire licensed as a 5 star facility

By |2019-02-01T18:16:37+00:00February 1st, 2019|Uncategorised|

The new Animal Activities Licensing (AAL) regulations came into force on 1 October 2018. They replaced  the Boarding Establishments Act 1963 which previously regulated all dog boarding establishments in England and Wales.   From the date of introduction any business boarding dogs in England commercially (Wales remain unchanged), during the day or overnight will need

My Dog is a Thief!

By |2017-06-05T14:53:51+01:00June 5th, 2017|Dog Training|

Owning a dog who steals your socks or runs off with the TV remote can be difficult to deal with. No matter how many times you tell them to drop it, they just look at you with their tail wagging waiting for you to chase after them. The game of catch me if you can,

How to muzzle train a dog who is scared

By |2017-04-08T15:56:51+01:00April 8th, 2017|Dog Training|

Its worthwhile for any reactive dog to learn to cooperate with putting their muzzle on and then wearing it without discomfort. We recommend a well fitted basket-type muzzle. The right size is big enough for the dog to fully open their mouth (to pant, yawn or drink water) inside the muzzle. The front end of

What kind of holiday

By |2017-04-08T12:04:18+01:00April 8th, 2017|Life With Dogs|

In this day and age life flies by at a thousand miles an hour. Work, school runs, business meetings, walking the dog.  Every day, boring routines that have to be done. We all need a break, an adventure, a holiday at least once each year. That’s what we look forward to as humans. A period

The First Clicker

By |2017-03-19T13:59:52+00:00March 19th, 2017|Dog Training|

HOW TO CHARGE THE CLICKER In this video Rhona Nasson  uses a toy and a key word to mark the desired behaviour. The advantage of using a clicker,  is that trainer is able to reward a desired behaviour rapidly and this increases the chance that the dog will associate the click with something nice happening. (usually

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