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Is your dog scared of Fireworks?

Is your dog scared of Fireworks?

With Halloween and Bonfire Night fast approaching many dog owners will be dreading the forthcoming few months. Having seen first hand how terrified many dogs are of Fireworks, I have put together some top tips for helping your canine companion not only survive but...

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Busy Brain, Body Pain?

Busy Brain, Body Pain?

Teenage Growing Pains . . . Busy Brain, Body Pain?The wonderful Sarah Fisher said a phrase to me at the Dog Detective weekend workshop Merry and I attended with our dogs Lupin and Rudolph. “Busy Brain, Body Pain?” This really sparked a fire in me, I couldn’t stop...

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Jumping Up

Jumping Up

One of the most frequent questions I am asked is how to stop a dog from jumping up. The thing to consider is that dogs are social animals and read our faces in order to gauge our emotions, in other words, it is normal for a dog to jump in order to see your face. So in...

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How to pick the right dog walker?

How to pick the right dog walker?

Ian 2018 it is estimated that 12million (45% of) households have pets.  The pet population stands at around 51 million. With dogs making up 9million of them that's 26% of all households (according to https://www.pfma.org.uk/pet-population-2018) in other words 1 in...

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The truth about Teenage Dogs

The truth about Teenage Dogs

Come close, listen carefully . . . Your Teenage Dog isn’t deliberately ignoring you   I want to share something with you, life with a dog is a constant roller coaster. Whether it is worrying about how to help your puppy or new rescue settle in, concerns over their...

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My dog is stubborn . . .

My dog is stubborn . . .

We talk about this a lot within classes and 1-2-1 consultations. Most people’s first thing they teach their dog is a sit, closely followed by a down or a paw, depending on your preference. Some go on to teach more tricks others focus on Recall and Lead Walking but how...

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