Dog Training Australia

From Couch Potato to Adventure Pup: Training Your Dog for Outdoor Activities

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From Couch Potato to Adventure Pup: Training Your Dog for Outdoor Activities

Dogs make the best adventure partners. There's nothing wrong with playing indoors, but sometimes, you want to bring your furry companion outside and include them in your adventure plans! 

Dogs always want to tag along, but for their own safety and our peace of mind, they need some training first. A well-trained dog is a happy and safe dog. You want them to fully enjoy the experience, so you need to equip them with proper training, mindset, and equipment.

Here's how to prepare your dog for your next outdoor trip.

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DIY Dog Enrichment: Easy Activities to Keep Your Pup Entertained

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DIY Dog Enrichment: Easy Activities to Keep Your Pup Entertained

Dogs have innate behaviours of chewing, playing, chasing, smelling, and scavenging. They are naturally playful and agile, both indoors and outdoors, that’s why training and enrichment are important aspects of their lives. Giving toys to your dog allows them to engage in their natural behaviours, that’s why it’s also understandable when these toys tear or break–they just love playing too much! However, if you want your dog to be physically and mentally stimulated and satisfied without buying toys from time to time, then DIY enrichment activities are your lifesavers! Enrichment does not have to be expensive, and you don't even...

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Dog Park Dilemmas: Etiquette Tips for a Pawsome Playdate

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Dog Park Dilemmas: Etiquette Tips for a Pawsome Playdate

Beautiful landscaping, wide, open area, and lots of happy wagging tails, dog parks are a fantastic amenity that are growing increasingly popular in towns and cities. It’s a place where you and your dog can socialise and have fun with other dog owners and dogs within your area.

However, sharing a public space along with many canines comes with risks and dilemmas.  Some dogs are not social or are not trained yet. Lack of proper controls or systems to protect smaller and shyer dogs from larger, more outgoing ones, and sometimes, dog owners just act badly in these spaces.

Dog owners should be the ones keeping dog parks safe, clean, and welcoming for everyone, so in here, we equip you with some pawsome etiquette tips for a fun and responsible dog park adventure!

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Unlocking Calm Confidence: Helping Your Dog Overcome Anxiety and Fears

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Unlocking Calm Confidence: Helping Your Dog Overcome Anxiety and Fears

Just like humans, dogs experience fear and anxiety too. Whether it’s from external factors such as loud noises or internal triggers such as past trauma, it hurts you too see them suffer. You’d do anything to ease their negative feelings and help them overcome it. Keep in mind that anxiety is not a one-time sickness–it requires patience and understanding. As a loving and responsible fur parent, you should know the reasons, symptoms, and the right care and training that will help your dog gain calm and confidence amidst their fears. In here, we listed helpful advice that will help you...

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Leash Pulling Blues: Proven Strategies to Walk Your Dog Like a Pro

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Leash Pulling Blues: Proven Strategies to Walk Your Dog Like a Pro

If we can ask dogs about things they love, walks would rank high! Walking gets them all excited, as it’s the time they can go outside and sniff everything and interact with fellow dogs and other people. Seeing your dog happy and excited makes you happy too, but before this piece of heaven, they need to have manners for walkies, of course. Teaching your dog how to walk properly is a must, to ensure that both of you have a fun time and not a stressful one.

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