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16.10.2017

Dog Training, Go Patrolling!

Walk the perimeter of your property with your dog at least on the daily…
A couple of good reasons for this…
* Even if owners had a ‘glorious looking large section’ I have found from a great number of clients that their dogs wait to go off and ‘play’, or utilize the section, until their owners get home. [Read More…]

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08.10.2017

Dog Training - Easy to forget the obvious

It can be easy to forget the obvious …
Is your dog tired or hungry?
When your dog is getting tired or hungry he or she is more likely to engage in ‘naughty’ behaviour (sounding familiar human parents?!)
This behaviour can even show itself in hyper active looking actions - like nipping and jumping- to gain your attention. [Read More…]

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01.10.2017

Dog Training, Nipping and Biting in Puppies

Nipping and mouthing in puppies!
Firstly,
You should not play any games with your pup that involve putting your hands into his mouth, chasing him/her or allowing him to jump all over you.
NEVER alpha roll (forcefully rolling your pup on his back) or scruff, as these can lead to a fear of hands and so hand biting. [Read More…]

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25.09.2017

Dog Training, Fixation and Cats

Fixation and Cats -
Yelling at your dog or physically handling them when they are in this state will only heighten the excited energy present. Instead…
Use the guttural “Bah!” and clap of hands, I have discussed, as soon as you see your dogs behaviour modify. [Read More…]

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22.09.2017

Dog Training, Teaching the ‘Leave’

Teaching ‘Leave’
This is when your dog will step back from the person or object, for you to use when there is a lot of sniffing etc. at greeting time. *Choose another word if you are using this word already for another action. [Read More…]

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