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1008, 2019

Harvest Mites

By |August 10th, 2019|0 Comments

Is your pet suddenly scratching a lot and flea treatment isn't working, it could possibly be Harvest Mites.  The Harvest mites Life Cycle For those of you who have never heard of them.  What are harvest mites? Harvest mites are part of the the spider family, they're tiny insects that attach and feed off warm-bodied animals like cats, dogs and rabbits. The larvae are very small, [...]

2710, 2018

Autumn and Winter dog walks

By |October 27th, 2018|0 Comments

Walking your dog safely at night It's that time of the year when trees shed their leaves, the chill factor sets in and days become shorter. Those long, summer holidays become a faint memory and evenings seem to get darker by the day but we still need to have dog walks. But as we say goodbye to picnics, sunbathing and swims in the sea , we [...]

2005, 2018

Socialisation of Puppies

By |May 20th, 2018|0 Comments

One of the main reasons for behavioural problems in adult dogs is them not being adequately socialised as puppies. The socialisation and experiences of puppies have a much greater impact on their behaviour as adults compared to their breed or their genes. What is socialisation? As puppies, or any other animals, grow up they need to experience different things at the right point and spend [...]

1604, 2018

Early Signs of Stress and Aggression in Dogs

By |April 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Humans don’t speak dog language and dogs don’t have a complex vocal language such as English.  Both species do, however, communicate by having different body parts moving into different positions. Dogs Communicate By Changing Their Posture Around 93% of human body language is non-verbal whereas almost the entirety of dog language is through body language.  This use of body language is one of the factors which [...]

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  • Getting Started with Dog Whistle Training
    Dog whistle training is an effective way to develop control over your dog while he is either physically out of sight or out of earshot of a voice command. Working dogs such as hunting dogs, search and rescue, and show dogs often need to have numerous ways to communicate with their handler. Dog whistle training […]