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How to Start Socialising Your Dog Again

Posted by Jackie Ly on

How to Start Socialising Your Dog Again

It can be hard for some to leave the house after being cooped up for so long. Perhaps your dog has become acclimated to their new isolation routine, or maybe they never learnt to socialise, to begin with. Either way, as lockdowns ease and dog parks are set to reopen, now is the perfect time to teach your dog to socialise correctly, avoiding those awkward exchanges or fights with other canines (and their owners!)  It’s great that your dog is protective of your home, but out in public, it’s a different story. Your dog needs to know how to react...

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The Most Common Reason for ALL Dog Behaviour Problems and How to Fix It

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The Most Common Reason for ALL Dog Behaviour Problems and How to Fix It

We all love our dogs, but just like children, they're not always perfect no matter how hard we try. Pet owners all over the world deal with the same puppy issues every day. Whether it's rumbustious walking, aggressive behaviour or incessant barking throughout the day, the list doesn't seem to end. There are many reasons why each of these unruly may occur. However, they usually stem from the same underlying cause. This article will dispel the common excuses for lousy doggy behaviour, explain the real reason and offer solutions to improve or eliminate many common problems that you and your...

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4 Pup Lifestyle Tricks for a Happier and Better Behaved Dog!

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4 Pup Lifestyle Tricks for a Happier and Better Behaved Dog!

Life is hectic at the best of times, let alone the added stress and disruptions of the last few months. Priorities have changed, and most of our lifestyles have had to adapt as we spend more time at home. Working from home, schooling you children, financial and mental challenges - it all adds up and takes a toll! Even though we see them more, our pets may have taken a backseat as walks become less frequent and adventures to the park become a distant memory.  While you undoubtedly adore them more than ever, it can be incredibly challenging to be...

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Your Hound on Sound: Using Science to Train Your Dog

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Your Hound on Sound: Using Science to Train Your Dog

Have you ever experienced your dog’s frantic excitement for a visitor preceding the ringing of the doorbell? Their ability to sense food is on its way, even when they’re on the other side of the house? Dog’s have amazingly sensitive hearing and smell that allows them to pick up on parts of the world that seem superhuman.  While a keen sense of smell has many apparent uses, their sense of hearing is a little less understood. Our pet pals certainly have far better hearing than humans, although it’s not quite that simple - certain types of sounds seem to impact...

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How to Work from Home with a Playful Pooch

Posted by Don Hesh on

How to Work from Home with a Playful Pooch

COVID-19 has caused most of us to shift our workspace to our home environment. While this is a blessing for many, it can be wrought with many unexpected challenges. How do we stay productive while avoiding distractions? Whether your children are schooling from home or your partner is on their conference call, your usual work environment has been disrupted. Your dog probably loves the new attention; however, your colleagues probably don’t appreciate their barking interrupting your daily team meeting.  You probably haven’t spent this amount of time around your family before, including your pets. As stressful as the current period...

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