Teach your dog a release cue “thank you!”
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by Suzy Whyte
1M ago
The aim of teaching our dogs a release cue when it comes to toys, stolen socks etc. Is to teach the dog that the release cue, for example, “THANK YOU!”, means something rewarding is about to happen.  We never want to grab things from our dog has this can be direct way to teach them ..read more
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Train your dog not to jump
PAWS Animal Rescue | Dog and Donkey Rescue
by Suzy Whyte
1M ago
An overexcited dog can easily be overwhelming. Besides the fact that it can make walking through the door challenging, it can also become a downright dangerous situation. The possibility of knocking people over, scratching, nipping, or even inadvertently head-butting someone who is bending down to greet them can make this issue a real liability. If ..read more
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Fetch games
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by Suzy Whyte
2M ago
While lots of dogs can be ball obsessed, especially those herding and shepherd type breeds, it’s important to understand that repetitive fetch every day can present huge behaviour issues.  Fetching ..read more
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Is the dog park right for your dog?
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by Suzy Whyte
3M ago
For many people, the idea of a dog park is ideal.  Off leash time for their dog to run and socialise.  Unfortunately the dog park can also be a place ..read more
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Crate introductions
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by Suzy Whyte
4M ago
Crate training can prove to be tricky. Here is your how to guide for crate introductions. Please note, this has to be done very gradually over time at your dog’s ..read more
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Working on engagement with your dog – videos included
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by Suzy Whyte
5M ago
Does your dog come out of the door after getting their walking equipment on and spend most of the walk time at the end of the leash.  Do they struggle ..read more
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How to build the trust of a skittish dog
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by Suzy Whyte
5M ago
Some dogs can be skittish or nervous for varied reasons.  Some dogs can have a learning history of past experiences or situations being scary or stressful.  For example, a dog ..read more
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Too cold for long walks? Enter play and forage boxes!
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by Suzy Whyte
6M ago
Depending on your dog’s breed and activity level, they will still of course need walking even in cold weather.  See our post from a couple of weeks’ ago on caring ..read more
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Why train our dogs?
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by Suzy Whyte
7M ago
The world is not built for dogs. It would be wonderful if it was but it is not.  Many people ahead of getting a dog have an idealism of what ..read more
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When it comes to your dog’s health & wellbeing, enrichment isn’t optional – video included
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by Suzy Whyte
7M ago
When it comes to your dog’s behavior and wellbeing, enrichment is not optional.  This why professional trainers and behaviour consultants will always include enrichment as part of training & behaviour ..read more
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