If your recall is not strong, then keep your dog on a lead. Auditory commands are secondary to dogs, and can be hard to hear when combined with blustery weather and teeming rain.
Author Archives: Ondine Bult
Saying Thank You to our Veterans on Remembrance Sunday
Learn how animals and humans worked together to make huge sacrifices and fought for our freedom.
Spooky Halloween Dog Training Deal!
Book one full price lesson and get one at half price. The more you book , the more you save!
Fall Faves for Walking the Dog
We must remember that older dogs and puppies do not regulate heat well. So, as we take extra care to keep them cool in the summer, we should take care to keep them warm as temperatures drop in Autumn.
Help Me Walk 60 Miles for Ukrainian Dogs in Need
As you will imagine, many of those who have had to flee their homes in Ukraine had pets. Some managed to take their pets with them, but many had to leave them behind.
Cost of Living Changes
I wanted to write to you and let you know I have taken up a full-time position of employment. This is an attempt to provide me with some financial security as we move in to winter and the cost of living crisis lingers above our heads. The closure of Maerdy Mountain and the high priceContinue reading “Cost of Living Changes”
5 Reasons Dog Training Lessons Fail
There is no right way to train a dog. There is only the way that works for you and your dog. Of course, there are methods that preferred by certain organisations, such as the RSPCA or The Kennel Club, but ultimately the communication with you and your dog is the only thing that is important.Continue reading “5 Reasons Dog Training Lessons Fail”
Hot Weather and Dogs – What You Need to Know
Most of us know that prevention is better than cure and that is also the case when it come to avoiding heatstroke with us and our doggies.
Heat Effects on Dogs and Puppies
Here are some signs of Heatstroke to look for in your dog in the warm weather:
Teaching a Cavapoo to Walk to Heel
Polly’s owners reached out to me as they just couldn’t get their adorable little Polly, a 9 month old Cavapoo to walk to heel, or stop being reactive to other dogs. As always, I visited the family home to see how Polly behaved around her family and to see if she had basic obedience skills.Continue reading “Teaching a Cavapoo to Walk to Heel”