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As Neve passes the ripe old age of 18 months she is maturing into a beautiful and intelligent young lady. Her Volunteer Puppy Trainer (VPT) says she’s adorable and just look at that look of love!

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Neve has recently demonstrated her ability to work through changing situations – another clue that she will go on to make an excellent Hearing Dog. Her VPT explains.

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Our final installment of this three part series from Pet Whisperer Sarah-Jane Le Blanc

My desire is that my last blog was thought provoking for you in relation to the connections and possible communications you may have already had with either your own animal friend/s or the dogs you care for.  Did it generate some thinking and remembering back to experiences when you had strong feelings or inclinations about your furry friend/s and realising that it may have been them communicating to you?

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Part 2 of Sarah-Jane's exclusive blog for Wagging Tails:

I said last time that I strongly suspected that you will already be communicating with animals but you might just not recognise what is going on.  There are so many different ways our animals can get important messages to us – 7 different ways in fact – and we don’t always hear it like a voice.  Sometimes it can be a sensation or a thought.

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Part 2 of Sarah-Jane's exclusive blog for Wagging Tails:

I said last time that I strongly suspected that you will already be communicating with animals but you might just not recognise what is going on.  There are so many different ways our animals can get important messages to us – 7 different ways in fact – and we don’t always hear it like a voice.  Sometimes it can be a sensation or a thought.

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At Wagging Tails we are often found talking to our dogs, sometimes we even offer up a reply from them! How amazing would it be to actually be able to understand what they are saying? Whilst we can learn so much from body language wouldn't you just love to know what's going through your pets mind?

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I love watching dogs play in the snow, jumping to catch snowflakes and lick them of their nose and making snow dog angels as they roll around in the white stuff! With snow look to hit the UK again today we thought we'd gather together our top tips for ensuring you and your dogs enjoy winter walks safely.

 

1. Ensure you are wearing appropriate clothing.

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The Animal Welfare Regulations 2018

No doubt by now you’ve heard that on 1st October the laws governing dog boarding were updated in England and the new Animal Welfare Regulations have now come into force. Whilst this is great news, as previously we were working with the very outdated 1963 Animal Boarding Establishments Act and Wagging Tails were pleased to be asked for advise on the legislation from government bodies, what does it actually mean for dog owners who are looking for the very best care for their dog?

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As dog owners we all want to ensure our dogs enjoy a wonderful Christmas, but with the celebrations come potential dangers that we all need to be mindful of.

CHOCOLATE

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Could your dog be a Lifesaver?

Did you know that dogs can give blood just like humans? And just like people, sick or injured animals frequently need blood transfusions to save their lives. Like many of you this year I frequented summers show with our dogs. It was at The Countryfile Live show, when the girls were enjoying a cool off in the doggy paddling pool, that I got talking with the lovely ladies from Pet Blood Bank UK.

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With the Autumn Equinox not far away and the squirrels currently busy burying nuts under my lawn I wanted to draw your attention to the many dangers this time of year can pose to our dogs. Personally Autumn is a season I love; long walks kicking the leaves, cool enough for man and dog yet not too muddy for those mud magnets of ours! However this change of season can pose the following hazards:

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