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26.12.2020

Dog Behaviour. Dog Training. Dog Safety. Knowledge of dog behaviour for children.

With more children interacting with dogs over the holiday period -
Many children I come across in my school visits, say a friendly dog has a wagging tail but a tail wag does not always mean a friendly dog …
The dog may have their tail tucked down low and wagging, they are a bit scared. Or when a dog’s tail is wagging up ’stiff like a board’ (almost ‘ping ping ping’) instead of ‘flowing like a wave,’ this is not a good, friendly sign!
Education is key (I offer free dog safety & education talks to schools within my business area) Selina McIntyre, Dog Behavioural Consultant & Dog Trainer, Dogs Best Friend.

Admin - 10:33:05 @ Safety Around Dogs, Reactionary Behaviour, 'Tis the Season'

03.10.2020

Dog Behaviour. Dog Training. The safety of children around dogs.

Here is some useful advice in regards to children and dogs interacting.
- Children are more likely to be attacked by a dog they know. Supervision is key, do not be complacent, dogs are not fluffy babysitters. [Read More…]

Admin - 08:12:24 @ Safety Around Dogs, Reactionary Behaviour, Visitors and your Dog

10.09.2020

Dog Behaviour. Do you want dogs to like you?

 Do you want dogs to like you?

You know those people, the ones that don’t seem to give a bar about dogs but dogs fawn all over them.
There’s definitely something to it. [Read More…]

Admin - 09:19:25 @ Dog 'Ownership' Helpful Tips, Safety Around Dogs, Strangers

23.11.2019

Dog Behaviour. Children and dogs the importance of the right information…

Many children I come across in my school visits, say a friendly dog has a wagging tail but a tail wag does not always mean a friendly dog…
When a dogs tail is wagging up ’stiff like a board’ (almost ‘ping ping ping’) instead of ‘flowing like a wave’, this is not a good, friendly sign!
Education is key (I offer free dog safety & education talks to schools within my business area)
Selina McIntyre, Dog Behavioural Consultant & Dog Trainer, Dogs Best Friend.

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28.11.2016

Safety for kids and adults around dogs

A discussion was had with me today around dog safety information. Essentially it was believed that all in the dog training/behaviour field would be advising the same approach with interaction and associated safety around dogs.
As with anything though, there are many and varied ‘tidbits’ of information out there being handed out and personally I do not feel all are responsible. [Read More…]

Admin - 16:45:06 @ Safety Around Dogs | 1 comment