Thinking about getting a dog? read this first!

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Seems like everyone wants a dog at the moment. It’s true, dogs are brilliant companions, lots of fun, and they get you out and about. When so many of us are working from home due to Covid, it could be … Continued

Dog Comm presents ‘Cavorting Canines’ a seminar with Amber Batson, veterinary behaviourist

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      Cavorting Canines – physical and mental effects of exercise on the dog This one day presentation with Veterinary Behaviourist Amber Batson will look at what happens inside the exercising dog both anatomically and physiologically – structure and … Continued

What to do if your dog goes missing – and how to prevent that happening.

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What to do if your dog goes missing? Be prepared before they go missing. Keep up to date photos on your phone – clear shots of the whole dog, as well as headshots. Save as favourites so you don’t waste … Continued

Introduction To Mantrailing Workshop – with Emma Goulding-Bosworth

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Introduction To Mantrailing Workshop – Monday 1st July 2019 There will be two sessions – morning and afternoon (2 – 6).  5 spaces available on each workshop £75 each. Updated – morning session sold out.  What is Mantrailing: Mantrailing is a … Continued

Guest blog – my life with Staffordshire bull terriers – Jo-Ann Essex

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I first met Jo Ann when we were both filming for Dogs Trust with our dogs, me with Barley my lurcher and Jo Ann with Poppi her lurcher (stafford x whippet).  Jo Ann is a Stafford expert, she has bred … Continued

Introduction to Trick Training – with Joanna Mayston

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We’re thrilled to be doing two 3 hour workshops   – Introduction to Trick Training with Joanna Mayston. Jo competes at Crufts in Heel work to Music, and also competitive Obedience, and does trick training with Nimbus her handsome border … Continued

Behaviour modification – is it magic?

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No, unfortunately it’s not magic, however, if it’s done right, it can be life-changing, for you and your dog. Let’s be clear from the start, when we’re working with anxious, reactive dogs – the ‘training’ we are doing is nothing … Continued

Enrichment activities-are we doing too much of the wrong stuff?

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I should start by saying that I do loads of enrichment, I probably own every active feeder ever designed, from the snakey ones, to the ones for really clever dogs, to the chewy and bouncy ones and I use them … Continued

It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey

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If you’re an owner of a reactive or anxious dog you probably worry about the kind of life your dog will have. You may feel like you aren’t doing enough or worry that your dog is missing out on having … Continued