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The Essential Three Things Every Dog Needs Daily

There are three essential things that our dogs get every single day, which although busy minded, enables them to be relaxed when we need them to be Read More


Is Crate Training a good thing to do?

Crate training is one of those things you are either all for it, or you are totally against it. Before you make a quick decision that crate training is not for you, consider what it could do for your dog and how instead of thinking it’s a cruel way to live with a dog, it could be in fact a useful tool. Read More


Does your dog urinate in excitement?

It is not uncommon for young dogs and puppies to urinate in excitement when their pet parent comes home, or they meet someone new, or even when they come into contact with a new exciting dog. There are a few reasons a dog may urinate upon greeting someone and in most cases, it is something that they grow out of. Read More


The Biting Puppy

Biting is a totally natural behaviour in puppies. Given they do not have opposable thumbs, young dogs spend a lot of time exploring their surroundings through their mouth. There is also the teething period around 4-6 months of age. During this time your puppy will have sensitive gums and show an increase in biting and chewing behaviour. Read More


Muzzles and Dog Training

Muzzles have long held a stigma among the general public as being necessary only for “bad” dogs. The truth is, muzzle training is something that every dog owner should definitely consider as a 'life skill'. Read More


Why You Should Consider Enrichment Feeding

When our dogs use their brains and problem solving skills, it helps create dogs that are more thoughtful in their choices and less likely to react to things out of impulse. You can achieve this through enrichment feeding. Read More


What is a Marker?

The term “markers” is used because they are used to mark the EXACT moment our dog achieves success in an exercise and, if it has been conditioned correctly prior to training, the dog will understand that the food, toy, or praise that follows is a result of the particular behaviour they were engaged in when they heard their marker. Read More


Real World Learning

Every human we deal with has their own unique lifestyle; things they do for work and leisure that will potentially influence the way they live with their dog. To create a truly versatile dog-handler relationship, we look not only at teaching reliable behaviours, but also at creating a mindset in which the dog feels empowered to investigate and participate in their world. Read More


Toilet Training Your Puppy

Toilet training is something that frustrates many new puppy owners. The simple truth about successful toilet training is that it takes planning and management to get it right the first time. You have to accept that there will be accidents, and those accidents are 𝒂𝒍𝒘𝒂𝒚𝒔 our fault. Read More