Archive for August, 2014

training classes

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Dog training classes should be fun, informative and with room for progress.

I love teaching classes from basics to fun stuff like agility and pet dog gundog.

Dogs and owners need the chance to learn round other dogs and owners.

Watch a class before you attend, check no aggressive dogs allowed.

see you at class

 

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Dog shows

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Watch out for the winter series dog show dates and schedule.

 

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Lead work

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Make walks interesting.

Change your route

Change your pace

Point out interesting things to your dog.

A bored dog is a pulling dog.

 

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Rescue dogs

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I love rescue dogs and giving a dog a second chance is great.

The rescue should check you out, make sure it is the right dog for you.

You should check the rescue out too.

Spend time over the decision and if you are unsure, then go visit the dog a few times before you commit.

No one will think less of you for taking your time over a decision.

Let give these dogs a chance!

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Hazards

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Lots of hazards for your dogs if you are doing home improvements.

Watch your dogs don’t swallow or eat anything they shouldn’t.

Be careful with paint and pastes too.

Maybe get a friend to dog sit while you decorate or a day crèche would be good.

Keep them safe while you DIY

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Exercise

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Exercise is important for your dog, but hitting a balance is hard. Too much can make them too giddy, too little and they are hyper.

Mental exercise however is great regardless of age or breed.

Hide treats and toys

Get your dog to work for their food.

Kongs and activity toys are hours of entertainment.

exercise your dogs big muscle the brain!

 

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