How to teach your dog to play peekaboo: Dog peekaboo tips and tricks

By |2021-01-21T09:30:52+00:00November 4th, 2019|Dog Training|

There are different tricks to teach your dog and enjoy all the positive things that you can get from it. It can be a solution for rainy days or great fun to spend more quality time with your best friend. All dogs love to play, and when you connect it to treats or a

Fearful Dogs- How Can We Help Them?

By |2020-09-02T10:25:44+01:00November 8th, 2018|Dog Behaviour Challenges, Dog Training, Life With Dogs|

Dogs are sensitive, emotional creatures. But they often perceive the world differently than we do. Fox poop and sniffing each others genitals may be delightful, while a full bin bag in front of the neighbours house post may be suspicious and the friendly postman outright dangerous. Some dogs find it hard to cope with

What are the Benefits of Training?

By |2020-10-13T15:13:41+01:00October 13th, 2017|Dog Training|

Whether you have a young Labrador puppy or an elderly collie, training is a vital part of every dog’s life, to enrich their lives and yours. Mental and physical exercise will prevent anxiety developing and other stress-related behaviors such as destructive chewing, inappropriate barking, reactivity, and aggression. What to expect from your 1-2-1 training

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

The Transition of Dog on Dog Agression

By |2020-11-11T11:36:21+00:00March 20th, 2017|Dog Training|

The data isn’t available but our experience has concluded that the vast majority of dog aggression starts as fear or nervous aggression. Unfortunately parents do not understand the early signs and either do nothing or take actions that exacerbate and reinforce the problem. Each family will then proceed on their own journey from a

Not Enough Time

By |2020-11-09T12:14:26+00:00March 20th, 2017|Dog Training|

You have just adopted a new family member, but the clock is ticking away, bad behaviour begins to creep in but training seems impossible! You’re desperately searching for the time but it never seems to present itself to you. The pressure mounts, and you’re left asking yourself, do I have the time to take

The First Clicker

By |2020-11-11T11:36:53+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.

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