Dog training

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Are you seeking inspiration for great dog walking areas in Kidderminster, Wyre Forest, Worcestershire and the West Midlands? You’re spoilt for choice! From short strolls to lengthy rambles, there’s something for everyone. Are you unsure about letting your […]
Dog behaviour
Fear aggression is one of the most common causes of aggression in dogs. It may also play a role in other aggressive behaviour types, such as owner-directed or possessive and territorial aggression.  Fear aggression in dogs is a […]
Secure dog field

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If you are looking for a secure private dog field to hire near Kidderminster, then look no further. We have compiled an easy-to-use list of dog-walking fields in Worcestershire and the West Midlands, which are located within easy […]
Dog food
You may be surprised to learn that your dogs’ eating habits change season to season. If your dog starts to eat less in summer, you would be forgiven for thinking they have become ‘fussy’. We also have some […]
Competition dog training
What does IGP stand for in the dog sport Schutzhund (German for ‘Protection Dog’)? IGP is short for Internationale Gebrauchshund Pruefung, which is a German competition sport previously known as IPO or Schutzhund. It originated at the beginning of this […]
resource guarding dogs
Any behaviour that discourages another from taking, getting too close or sharing an object or valued area. Sometimes called possessive aggression. What is resource guarding? Resource guarding is when a dog exhibits behaviours like a look, head turn, slight baring of the teeth, growling, air […]
Dog behaviour training
Pain is essential as it helps protect the body from harm, but it can also be challenging to identify in dogs. Understanding pain in dogs and getting veterinary referrals are important in behaviour modification. Pain is an uncomfortable […]
Dog behaviour problems
For years, scientists debated whether animals experience emotions at all.  It is widely accepted amongst ethologists that animals with a centralised nervous system are sentient beings and can perceive an environment and think through reactions.   The UK’s Government published […]
dog owners new year resolutions
Do you often set resolutions in the New Year for yourself? Well, have you thought about doing some for your dog!  Looking out for them and their well-being goes hand in hand with our own. A happy dog has […]
Puppy training

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Puppy training guide – Are you bringing home a new puppy? Puppy training starts on day one!   People’s biggest mistake when getting a puppy is allowing the puppy to learn bad habits. Here are a few tips on how […]