Thinking About Getting A Puppy?

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Lockdown has brought with it a new wave of puppies! With people being at home more, it may seem like the perfect time to get a puppy. And for some it is a fantastic opportunity as it gives plenty of time for the puppy to settle in and and build a relationship. Free puppy guide […]

Kitchen Manners!

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Does your dog steal from the kitchen counter? Jumping up on the kitchen counter and stealing things is a huge struggle for many dog owners. You turn your back for a second and the whole roast chicken is gone! So how can we prevent this and keep our dogs safe from potentially harmful foods or […]

Does Your Puppy Keep Barking First Thing In The Morning?

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One of the joys of having a puppy is that gorgeous face looking back at you to start your day! However those extremely early mornings seem to be much harder than expected! Indeed they are inevitable for every puppy owner but not to worry, you can work towards waking up at a much more reasonable […]

Socialisation – Getting it Right for Your Puppy

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An Important Part of Puppy and dog Training Socialisation is such an important aspect of puppy training and is vital to have a happy, confident, well adjusted dog that is not worried or scared by things. We want to help you make the most out of socialisation and to give you guidance on how to do […]

10 Training Games You Can Do Sitting Down

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If you have an injury, have limited mobility or like me, a broken foot, it would be a good idea to get help to look after your dog – but this doesn’t mean the training has to stop. Here are my top 10 dog training games you can play with your dog or puppy all […]

Food Enrichment with K9 Connectables

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Food Enrichment! We love to promote calmness, and with the help of the right toys, we can extend this to every part of the dog’s life – including mealtimes! Dogs, given a choice, prefer to work for their food, as mealtimes become more interesting and rewarding that way. Channel their energy! From puppy biting, zoomies, […]

Dog Training with REAL LIFE RESULTS

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Puppies and dogs do not come knowing how to walk nicely on a lead or recall away from that dog in the park. We need to show them how to interact in our world. There are many training methods out there, but we show you a way that is not only backed by science but […]

Adolescence! What to do when your puppy becomes a stroppy teenager!

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Rocket has hit the teenage years! He was doing so well, he started to really get the hang of certain things such as recall, loose lead walking, settling to his bed, then all of a sudden some days it would seem we hadn’t trained him at all! With hormones raging sometimes he forgets the things […]

Does your dog pull on lead? 3 Top Tips

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A Common Struggle Pulling on lead is such a common struggle for dog owners. It can often take a toll on your relationship with your dog as well as your back!  Here are three top tips to get you started: 1. Proximity – value in being close So what is one of the key concepts […]

How to socialise your puppy during lockdown

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How can we work on ‘socialisation’ with our pups when we are not able to interact, meet or greet others? We have been told by many that when you get a puppy, you need to meet hundreds of dogs, people, children, animals, bikes, pushchairs, men with beards, visit hundreds of different new environments……..the list goes […]