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Behaviour & Training

New year, new dog, blah, blah, blah….

By Kate Bendix; broadcaster, journalist, founder of My Itchy Dog 1 month ago 2608 Views

Are you over it yet? The new year rush to be the better, brighter, fitter you (I’m sure the current you is just fabulous)? Has the biscuit tin been restored to its rightful place next to the kettle and tea bags? Is Davina’s (love Davina) new fitness DVD case being used as a coaster yet?

Help I Think My Dog Has a Behaviour Problem!

By Sue Williams Bsc. Chairwoman GODT (MT). MCFBA, Canine Behaviourist & Trainer, CEO Guild of Dog Trainers 5 months ago 5291 Views

It is worrying and often stressful for the owner of a dog who is exhibiting problem behaviour.

Crate Training, Teaching Your Puppy to Love Their Crate!

By Sue Williams Bsc. Chairwoman GODT (MT). MCFBA, Canine Behaviourist & Trainer, CEO Guild of Dog Trainers 7 months ago 6664 Views

Over the last 20 years the use of crates has grown in popularity and most people’s perception has changed from viewing them as a negative, a cage, to realising they can be a really helpful aid in training if used correctly. In fact, when you research about getting a new puppy they are often listed as an essential piece of equipment.

Thoughts on Dog Training…

By Sue Williams Bsc. Chairwoman GODT (MT). MCFBA, Canine Behaviourist & Trainer, CEO Guild of Dog Trainers 8 months ago 2372 Views

I am sure everyone will agree that dogs are simply ace!

When you think about it the relationship they share with us is unique, we welcome them into our lives and integrate them as a member of our family.

Socialising your Puppy with other Dogs

By By Sue Williams Bsc. Chairwoman GODT (MT). MCFBA, Canine Behaviourist & Trainer, CEO Guild of Dog Trainers 9 months ago 3837 Views

An important aspect of puppy upbringing is teaching them to be confident and friendly towards other dogs.

The Secret to a Confident Pup- Socialisation and Habituation

By By Sue Williams Bsc. Chairwoman GODT (MT). MCFBA, Canine Behaviourist & Trainer, CEO Guild of Dog Trainers 10 months ago 5765 Views

When you welcome a new puppy into your home your role as a new puppy owner is one of an educator. Assuming you have sourced a well bred, genetically sound pup: how confident and well adjusted the puppy develops, is really down to you.

The Importance of Good Nutrition and Sourcing Your Puppy from a Good Breeder

By By Sue Williams Bsc. Chairwoman GODT (MT). MCFBA, Canine Behaviourist & Trainer, CEO Guild of Dog Trainers 1 years ago 7108 Views

Just over two weeks ago, with much anticipation and excitement, I collected my new addition- Taggie a working Labrador puppy.

London’s calling to a far away town – on the move again

By Broadcaster, Author, Trainer, Anna Webb has studied with the College of Integrated Veterinary Studies. (CIVT) 1 years ago 4505 Views

Anna Webb, Author, Broadcaster, Trainer, Anna has studied natural nutrition & therapies with the College of Integrated Veterinary Therapies (CIVT).

Interactive Apple Treat

By Natural Instinct 1 years ago 8603 Views

Defrost your Natural Instinct food in the fridge overnight ready for preparation.

Home Alone! Things You Can Do To Help Your Dog Cope When Home Alone!

By By Sue Williams Bsc. Chairwoman GODT (MT). MCFBA, Canine Behaviourist & Trainer, CEO Guild of Dog Trainers 1 years ago 32477 Views

Inevitably, at some point your dog will find hiself home alone. Unfortunately if not prepared correctly, many dogs find this isolation hard to cope with and can easily become stressed. Some will even develop a behavioural problem known as separation anxiety. To avoid problems occurring  you can use techniques to teach your dog to be relaxed when alone. This results in them becoming confident when alone and secure in the knowledge you will return.

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