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Canine Enrichment…

Canine Enrichment…

People often talk about enrichment for their dogs, but what does this really mean??? The Oxford Dictionary says it's "the action of improving or enhancing the quality or value of something", Vocabulary.com says "enrichment leaves things better than they were before"...

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121 Training v Group Classes

121 Training v Group Classes

Have you thought about what you are trying to achieve with the training services you want? Some of us want to achieve very specific goals and targets within our training, be that working on loose lead skills, recall or teaching a dog not to jump up, whilst others are...

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Deciphering Dog Food Labels…

Deciphering Dog Food Labels…

We've all heard the saying 'you are what you eat' and in the last few decades we have become a lot more aware about what constitutes a healthy human diet... but what about our dogs? Why is diet so important??? Obesity in dogs has been on the increase and in some areas...

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Alabama Rot

Alabama Rot

What is Alabama Rot? CRGV, commonly known as "Alabama Rot" is a disease that has no known cause and can affect all dogs, irrelevant of breed, age or weight. Unfortunately cases of Alabama Rot (CRGV) not spotted early can lead to sudden and potentially fatal kidney...

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Puppy Biting

Puppy Biting

Puppies and dogs explore the world with their mouths, after all they don't have the dexterity we do with our hands, so it is natural for them to investigate things with their mouth and teeth! That said....we don't want our puppies to biting our furniture or us! To put...

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What is Mantrailing???

What is Mantrailing???

The History of Trailing Dogs have been bred to assist in specific tasks for thousands of years. The earliest examples of trailing dogs come from 17th century Swiss monks, who developed the St. Bernard. Initially these dogs were first taught to find their snow-covered...

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As a full accredited member of The Association of Pet Dog Trainers (www.apdt.co.uk) I am able to display this symbol." Please check out the charter website to see what assurances this symbol brings www.ukdogcharter.org"