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

Don’t ignore the small stuff (or you might miss the bigger picture)

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My husband came home from a walk at the crack of dawn  this week and told me he was never letting Sylvi (18 month old terrible teen Inuit) offlead again. Apparently she’d lost all recall despite there being zero distractions … Continued

Amber Batson seminar, Sept 5th 2017 ‘To vet or not to vet – that is the question’

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  Amber Batson Seminar Tuesday 5th September 2017 Held at Dog Communication, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 4EJ £70 per person Dog Communication are thrilled to host Vet and behaviourist Amber Batson for a presentation for dog owners on recognising ill health in … Continued

Why we don’t do residential training…

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Why we don’t do residential training at Dog Comm. I’ve been asked dozens of times if I would take a nervous, shy or anxious dog into my home with my 5 well adjusted dogs. People think it will be good … Continued

Dog Comm are on the move!

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Dog Comm are on the move! from the 1st of May we’ll be at Priory Farm just outside of Redhill.  We’re incredibly excited to be moving here and having our very own space.  The field and parking are being sorted out at … Continued

Sarah Fisher is coming back to Dog Comm with TTouch workshop.

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We’re absolutely thrilled to welcome back Sarah Fisher to Dog Comm, with her amazing intro to TTouch workshop. Here’s just some of the comments from last year’s participants: “Accessible and fun way of teaching about how our companion animals can … Continued

Dog Comm Guide to a Calm Christmas

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Christmas can be a stressful time of year for humans and it can be even worse for reactive and anxious dogs.   Changes to routine, lots of well meaning human visitors, busier walks with the appearance of dogs that you never … Continued

Suddenly spooked- Secondary fear phase in adolescent dogs

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If you have a puppy anywhere from around 6 months old to 18 months (and more!) and they suddenly spook at anything at all you will often be told by your doggy friends, with a knowing nod, ‘oh, that’ll be … Continued

The Trials and Tribulations of a Teenage Dog

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I’m living with my second adolescent puppy in two years and I’m filled with empathy for our clients as puppies of this age are really hard work! The toilet training and bitey stage seems a piece of cake compared with … Continued

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