I’m a HUGE brene brown fan, if you don’t know who she is look up her TED talks they are amazing. I also love reading and couldn’t wait to get my hands on her newest book dare to lead. I always look at how I can tie new lessons into what I teach my clients, … Continue reading Dare To Lead
Reactive dogs on lead
Reactive dogs on lead Dogs your dog ever “blow up” at things when he is on lead? I often have people reach out with this concern and problem that there dog isn’t great on lead. But it isn’t the pulling that bothers them the most although, how could you ever find taking your dog for … Continue reading Reactive dogs on lead
Quick fix solutions and barking dogs, do these things go together?
Do quick fixes exist? Yes and no. What is the definition of a quick fix, there are many tools people use to stop a behaviour immediately. Let’s look at something like barking. Crate training, bark collars, rocks in a can. First up I’m not a fan of the coins in a bottle or rocks in … Continue reading Quick fix solutions and barking dogs, do these things go together?
As the weather is warming up people are wanting to head out with their dogs Take them out to more open spaces with their dogs and enjoy watching them just run around and be themselves fully in their element. Problem? Recall hasn’t come easy, it’s hit and miss. Maybe not at all, you don’t take … Continue reading Recall
4 sins of working on your dogs behaviour.
Having problems with your dog? Is he anxious? Over energetic? Both? Regardless, one doesn’t usually happen without the other, the biggest question on them all is your dog constantly alert, fidgety, always chewing or carrying around a toy, struggles to mind his own business when it comes to neighbours or people passing by? We haven’t … Continue reading 4 sins of working on your dogs behaviour.