Our dogs are a huge part of our lives so when they display behaviours which cause us problems or complicate our lives, naturally we want to ‘fix’ them as quickly as possible, ideally with as little effort as possible too. Residential dog training is often branded as a ‘quick fix’, there’s an assumption that that’s … Continue reading How long does it take to train a dog: Setting realistic goals and ‘fixing’ problems
Puppy Biting: The Why’s, What’s, What-Nots and How’s
Puppies are adorable. They’re cute, silly, mischievous and endless fun, but it’s not long before those little needle-sharp teeth start to really irritate you. It’s the painful side of puppyhood which we often forget about ... puppies BITE. Your puppy is not being ‘aggressive’, he does not need to ‘learn who’s boss’ and he is … Continue reading Puppy Biting: The Why’s, What’s, What-Nots and How’s
Jumping Up: Are you rewarding bad behaviours?
Owning a dog who jumps up at people can be one of the most embarrassing and frustrating challenges in dog ownership. It's such a common behaviour, but it can seem impossible to change. Sometimes it feels like you’ve tried everything, maybe you’ve started out by gently saying ‘get down’ or ‘off’ but unfortunately dogs don’t … Continue reading Jumping Up: Are you rewarding bad behaviours?
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