Problem Solving Resources
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Is your dog pulling your shoulder out of your socket?! Get it sorted by watching this video –>> http://bit.ly/2hD0JGy
Want to stop your dog jumping up? Learn more here –>> http://bit.ly/2AdlnZp
Barking dog driving you nuts?! Watch this video –>> http://bit.ly/2j91oAa
Does your dog bark & lunge at others whilst on the lead? Learn more about how to help them here –>> http://bit.ly/2zUbDjJ
Fireworks fears? Check out my guide to helping your dog cope –>> http://bit.ly/2AUlBRq
Do you own an Inbetweener? Training for dogs who are ‘inbetween’ two stages of development – no longer cute puppies anymore, but equally not quite responsible adults yet either! –>> https://www.fisherfixdogs.com/online-courses/inbetweenerdogs-waitlist/
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Happy New Year! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and are looking forward to 2016 with as much excitement and anticipation as my team and myself. We have a lot planned for you all, and a great place to keep track of all our upcoming events is on our Daybreak Dogs Facebook page here. I’m
IMPORTANT NOTE: If your dog is growling and snapping when you approach them and you don’t feel safe to put your hand anywhere near the item that they are guarding, PLEASE get in touch with a qualified behaviourist for more detailed help. The APBC is a good place to find one. This question is often asked regarding favourite
Training a dog to do a job that they’ve been bred to do is a fascinating task. Watching their genetics at work is quite something – and I love nothing more than helping owners uncover their dog’s natural genius. For those gun dog lovers amongst you, check out these books for further insight and ideas
This list includes the companies that I get my favourite toys from, because generally speaking they aren’t available from your local pet shop. Have fun and ENJOY games with your dog! 1. Tug-E-Nuff Bungee Tugs I have so many favourites within the Tug-E-Nuff brand I could do a separate list for just them! What I particularly
I can remember having this problem with the first family dogs I engaged in training. Our two terriers were smart, clever little dogs who always seemed to be two steps ahead of me. Frustrating for a new dog trainer who was learning herself! I knew that I wanted to use rewards in my training and
I’m really lucky to work with people who love to reward their dogs for a job well done. Just simple stuff mostly – the usual Sits, Downs, Loose lead walking etc. But I’ve noticed something recently that I think I ought to point out on behalf of your dog. And much as I hate to
Each and every day a dog impresses me with some aspect of their intelligence. One particular skill that I think they’re very good at is their ability to count the number of treats they’ve been given for a particular task – or the lack of them 😉 You see dogs aren’t so different to us.
I enjoy running the Kennel Club’s Good Citizen dog training scheme as I think it’s helpful to have goals to reach. I find it encourages people to focus on honing their dog training skills. And in an increasingly dog-unfriendly world, I think it’s important that us responsible dog owners do our best to fly the flag for
Personally speaking I like nothing better than a cuddle with one of my dogs on the sofa at the end of a long day 🙂 But I can see why people don’t always let their dogs join them on the sofa – and I respect their reasons for doing so. It’s all about personal preference.
I’m sure local dog owners will agree with me in saying that this hill fort that overlooks the village of Yatton, is a lovely place to walk your dog. I have always accessed the hill via the car park at the bottom of the hill which is at the end of Henley Lane (see image below).
This is one of my favourite woods to walk the dogs in, as there is so much to explore – plus the great disabled track around the woods is perfect for both children’s buggy’s and wheelchairs/ disability scooters alike. The woods are beautiful at every season in the year, and the changing landscape makes it such
Firstly, sorry for my absence last week – add a cheeky foster puppy to the mix of an already busy household, and watch your spare time disappear into a black hole 😉 Hopefully I have a new home lined up for her now, somewhere that she’ll be happy and settled and become someone’s ideal family dog.