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Adolescence

Typically, adolescence occurs anywhere after five months of age and often if you are having a problem with any of your dogs’ behaviour and have done nothing about it, adolescence is the time it becomes worse. Living with an adolescent … Continue reading

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Children and Dogs Part II-The Training

The decision to adopt a dog may have been yours, or it may have been thrust upon you by your children. In any case, children, no matter how young, can be involved in the care and training of the family … Continue reading

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Play And Socialisation For A Smarter Dog

Play is the best way to learn. By definition play is something enjoyable that you participate in willingly. Never assume that your dog can learn everything from you, they can’t. Much of their learning takes place through interacting with their … Continue reading

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Grooming Your Dog

Teaching your dog to enjoy grooming is an essential part of living a happy life with your dog. Some dogs require more grooming than others but all dogs need their body taken care of. The less stressful you can make … Continue reading

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Food As A Reward

Food is often the easiest reward you can use to train your dog, as it allows you to reinforce your dog quickly, so you can continue working on behaviours one straight after another. Nowadays, most¬†handlers and¬†professionals use food and toys … Continue reading

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