Tag Archives: socialisation

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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Lead Walking Problems?

One of the first things you will want to do when you bring your dog home is take them for a walk. Many people assume that their new dog will come to them already knowing how to walk on a … 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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Barking

Barking dogs probably tops the list of reasons complaints are filed with local Councils. Dogs bark for a variety of reasons and when you bring a dog in to your home you will encounter some barking, this is normal. However, excessive day time … Continue reading

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Ben At Seven Months

As I write this Ben is laying down chewing a raw hide bone, the reason he is doing this, is every night at around dusk, Ben has a bit of a crazy stage. He races around the house, picks up … Continue reading

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