Show training

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With Crufts not far away, extra show training is in full swing.

121 training available for any show issues you need sorting before the big event.

My boy who is 11 months is currently getting loads of practice to llok his best in the ring.

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social walks and play dates.

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We all like to think our dogs love everyone and every thing. There is a point where your dog can cross the line into being a pest.

Running and jumping on every dog or person is too much. Playing with dogs for an hour or even half an hour constant without a break is too much.

Play should be a burst of play, sniffing, not constant wrestling and running with a dog. All play should be supervised in big groups and adult ...

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Interpack issues

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If you have more than 1 dog, they need to learn to live together. For some yes it comes naturally for others they have issues.

It is important they are introduced to each other properly at the start.

If an issue comes up later then you need help, they rarely just sort it out.

Understanding what is happening and how to change it is vital.

Of course you need support through it too.

email me wendy@dogsbgood.co.uk if you need help.

 

 

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2020

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As we come into 2020, there are new things available and new classes inside and outside.

Monday night class at Howden Clough scheduled and ready to go.

Friday night classes for jumping dogs also scheduled.

Any information on other classes please contact me or request to join Walk and train Dogsbgood.

 

 

 

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Interaction between dogs

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It is important that your dog gets the correct interaction with dogs.

It is easy for them to learn the wrong thing and become reactive, a hooligan or timid.

Not every dog you meet will be suitable and not every owner will be truthful about their dogs manners.

Finding a good trainer to help is important and then building a doggy pack of friends.

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Noise sensitive

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Firework season is hard if your dog is sound sensitive, but you can help them out for next year.

You need to start now  as it takes time and patience to teach coping with noise and reduce reaction too.

Packages available for your dog with continous support until next bonfire.

Drop me a message or email to discuss your needs.

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