News & Updates
It's National Pet Day! Let's see photos of your pets! ... See MoreSee Less
Molly rooting through her toy box 😍
3 amigos. All adopted. Remy, Bodie, Loki (just 4 months old) love my boys❤❤❤
Hello 🐾 Happy Pet Day from Duke 🐾
Fidget & Oti xx
Tilly pup too!
Does the husband count as a pet? 🤣
The Gruesome Twosome (AKA Poppy and Alfie)
Nimbus and Mabel
Biscuit says hi !
Mia & thor
Loki & Freja say hi 🙂
Phoebe and Roxi say hi
Monty says hi 🎈
I need some help training her to stop growling at me and stealing food...
Stan and elsie 💙🤗❤️
The majority of dog bites can be avoided by following the rules outlined in this poster.
"Aggression" is a normal behaviour for dogs...its communication. Yet when dogs bite, the human actions that led to it are rarely looked at and the dog is the one who suffers....for using behaviour that is normal for their species.
So please read through this poster and avoid doing the things mentioned and you will not get bitten. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
... I did remove a bone from tia the other day by prising her teeth apart gently. :/ Something irresistible she got from the pavement buffet!!
I'm afraid I have no availability for outdoor classes until early June.
I may add an additional date early May if I can but I am also still also running online classes. The next online puppy class with availability starts Tuesday 27th April at 6pm.
Please do still get in touch if you would like to join a class even if the ones on the online calendar are full (be it outdoors or online) as I have a waiting list of people to contact with new dates. ... See MoreSee Less
Really pleased with these great custom made ramps for my back door step from Sara's Dog Training Creations!
As a lot of you know, Dylan has elbow dysplasia and bilateral elbow arthritis, as well as potentially something neurological going on / something in his back end (quick background story in case anyone is wondering why I'm saying "potentially".....elbows have been investigated so we know he has arthritis there, spine and neck has been MRI'd and all clear, but because of his age and the fact he doesn't cope with veterinary handling unless fully sedated, I'm not putting him through any more investigations as it won't change the way we manage it anyway).
For years I've had a short car ramp on the bottom doorstep and some little kerb ramps (one of which is next to the new ramp so you can see the difference....it was much smaller and steeper!) on the top step as it's important to try and prevent him going down and up steps as it is likely to exacerbate his condition and increase pain.....it was OK but far from perfect. Then I came across Sara and she made me these excellent ramps according to the measurements of the steps....and they are awesome! SO we'll made....really good quality!
If any of you are looking for a similar solution to steps in the house or at the front/back door step, I'd highly recommend you get in touch with Sara. She's super helpful and her products are such good quality! The ramps are sturdy and covered with non slip rubber chips...perfect!
I have a sofa ramp on the way next 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
Looks good! I've got some low height agility stuff coming in the next week, but slightly gutted because I've seen this company have the most stunning colour options!! 😅
Here is a little video from today's Intermediate online class....in this we were looking at how their emergency stop was going (then some were able to start to practice when their dog was moving away from them), and working on more distance with the "peekaboo" with the aim of using this as an additional tool/game for improving recall by making coming back to their person fun! ... See MoreSee Less
They’re all fab. AJ has never mastered the emergency stop, but loves peek-a-boo 😋🥰