Part 9 Of our series of short informative videos. This week we are learning about our dogs health.
Be courteous to assistance and guide dogs. It is shocking to learn that around 10 assistance dogs a year are attacked while out with their owners. This not only has a devastating affect on the dog leading to stress, anxiety, veterinary treatment and re-training, but it could also mean retirement for these dogs as the More →
Teddy’s Top Training Tip: When deciding on getting a dog – research the breed, the responsibility of being an owner and the needs of your dog. When deciding on getting a dog – research the breed, the responsibility of being an owner and the needs of your dog. While the idea of having a More →
Teddy’s Top Training Tip: Keep your dog safe at Easter! How to keep your dog safe at Easter Easter time can be fund for all the family. The long days and warmer weather signals the start of spring, but many of us enjoy and celebrate the Easter season. We are always aware of chocolates More →
Teddy’s Top Training Tip:Be Prepared to work at your dog training. The time you take training your dog is vital to help nurture your relationship with him. Good relationships from the start will be important as training your dog life skills he will need throughout his daily life. Here are some helpful training tips: Do More →
Part 5 of our informative series of short videos of Canine Facts. This week is the thing that dogs are most famous for, their very own super power- their amazing sense of smell!
Be aware of the countryside code and keep your dog under control. We all love to take our dogs for a walk in the countryside, as on a fine sunny day, there is nothing more enjoyable for dogs and their owners to have a leisurely walk. Dogs enjoy a run off lead and owners More →