Archive for February, 2017

Flirt pole

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New idea but great to help with control and reduce naughty behaviour.

Use as a training tool not just for mindless games.

Helps with engagement with your dog, they must have a release and basics first.

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Recall

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A good recall comes from a toolbox of methods that suit your dog.

There is not just 1 method for all or 1 way to call your dog.

Recall should be fun and as a team you can achieve.

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Baby

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If you are having a baby, remember you need to prepare your dog.

If your dog has never lived with a baby, then there are some simple things you can do to make it all go smoothly

It is harder to sort after the birth.

As a new parent you want to enjoy your baby so do the work before birth and you can.

121 training sessions are £25

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Wet weather

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In wet weather alot of dog owners dread the mud and walks and all the cleaning up.

Without a walk your do may become destructive and bored.

Try games in the house to stimulate so you can street walk for a shorter time, less mess but still a tired dog.

 

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When not to do classes

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If your dog has a behavioural issue from reactive or aggressive to OCD and stereotypical behaviour, then class is not for you.

These issues need to be under good control before you put your dog in an uncomfortable situation.

Some times class can make them worse and cause the issue to be harder to get rid of.

Get advice off a professional behaviourist before taking your dog to class.

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Fun dog shows

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Taking your dog to a fun show is a great way to make friends and socialise your dog.

If your dog is dog reactive probably not the best idea, but as part of a behavioural plan is good.

Fun is what a show should be and you all know you take the best dog home.

But them fun hours at weekends make for a fulfilled dog

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