Dog Information/Facts

Post Christmas blues

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This effects people but dogs too. As you are going back to work and your holiday is over, think of your dog having to get use to being alone again. Treat them to new games or stuff a kong or leave them an activity ball to keep them occupied.

You could also treat them to a personal dog walker, ask friends for recommendations, make sure they are CRB checked and fully insured. This could make your furry friend happy and break ...

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Animal communication

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This is the hot topic today after the horse communication last night and her accurate diagnosis of Mummy’s pregnancy.

So it’s not that the animal is having a proper conversation but is communicated though, thoughts, feelings and senses, practice makes perfect. Everyone with an animal is doing it you just don’t know you are doing it or haven’t  honed the skill.

Useful with dog training too as you can work out issues quicker, and a lot of issues are human made not ...

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Winter boredom

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As a dog trainer you have to be realistic, people are exercising their dogs less in bad weather. This increases your dogs naughtiness, that is why teaching your dog retrieve or mind games and assistance work at home exercises the brain so they are more content and keeping their waistlines trimmer.

A simple 121 session can show you how use your dogs intelligence to your advantage…
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Firework distress

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If your dog was stressed by New Year fireworks then prepare now for next year. It can take 9 months to reduce your dogs sensitivity to fireworks properly. Your dog will need a full and complete program to get rid of that fear of the unexplained banging in the air. Don’t wait too long and your dog will be more scared next year and even more the year after…
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Have a great new year, take the dog trainers advice.

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Make your dog safe for New Year’s Eve.

Take them walking early so they are tired loads of great dog friendly places in West Yorkshire. Protect them from firework noise and turn the TV up or play music to mask some of the noise. Don’t leave your dog in alone get someone to dog sit for you company is a good stress reducer. Give your four legged friend a new chew, stuffed kong or bone to distract them from the noises. ...

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Christmas safety for your dog

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Enjoy your Christmas, but make sure your dog is safe.

  • Christmas plants are TOXIC so keep Holly, Mistletoe and Poinsettias away from your dog.
  • Chocolate is always a NO NO as it is very harmful, make sure your pooch does not raid the chocolate decorations off the tree.
  • Make sure your Christmas lights are placed so that your canine friend can not chew the cords.
  • Tree needles can get stuck in paws so hoover daily and check their paws.
  • Spray snow looks good but if ...
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