Humans are not the only ones that have to buckle up when traveling. Rule 57 of the Highway Code states: “When in a vehicle make
It happens to the best of us at some point – you turn your back for one minute and your lunch or gloves are gone!
All puppies use play biting when they are excited. This is because they haven’t yet learned to play appropriately. Unfortunately, sometimes we come across older
We’ve all been there – the doorbell rings and the dogs go mad! The poor visitor who has come to see you or deliver something
Destructive chewing can be expensive and frustrating to cope with, but is usually a result of something missing from your dog’s daily routine rather than
The most satisfying training methods are reward based because both you and your dog can enjoy the training. Reward-based methods involve you recognising desirable actions
Having to leave your dog on its own at home will happen frequently so both you and your dog need to feel comfortable. If your
Whether you are new to dog training, or have some prior experience, every dog poses a new challenge whilst you try to unleash his potential.
Sometimes there is something else your dog is more interested in, or perhaps he knows that responding to you is going to result in an
Pets become a part of our families just like our parents, children and siblings. It is therefore important that when we bring a new arrival