Our expert dog trainers have put together this guide to walking your dog without the stress of bad behaviour or anxious leash pulling.
Training a dog takes patience and willpower. While there are many teaching methods, the rewards training system has proven to be an ethical and successful way to enforce good behaviour. This article explains the benefits of using the reward experience in canine obedience training.
When it comes to taking your dog for a walk or on an outing to a park, there is no shortage of brilliant places to go. Allowing your dog to interact with strangers and their pups, especially for the first time, can be a daunting experience. We’ve put together 5 tips for making the most of your day in the sun.
Reading a dog’s body language is paramount for securing a confident relationship between owner and animal. Dogs don’t lie or hide their emotions and they depend primarily upon visual signals – they are constantly telling humans exactly what they mean by their posture, movements and gaze.
As the name suggests, Competitive Obedience Training is the display of well-trained dogs having their abilities tested and executing each exercise with precision and accuracy. Our obedience experts are here to help you learn more about starting your dog’s training in this challenging and rewarding sport.
A puppy will begin training with its mother and breeder as an infant. Once you’ve got the go ahead to bring your new canine friend home, it’s vital to know the immediate steps for training. Here, we’ve provided our expert opinion on the early stages of training your puppy.
If you’re discovering aggressive behavioural changes in your dog, it is important to understand the possible reasons behind these changes and learn how you can correct them instantly. Read on for help identifying the source of aggression and some informed steps to overcome it.
For dogs that are over-stimulated, prone to aggression or highly reactive, incorporating play with training can lead to amazing results. In this article, we’ll delve into the surprising perks of having fun with your dog.