From basic obedience commands to advanced tricks, dog training is a rewarding and engaging experience for you and your dog.
Socialising your puppy early will go a long way to ensuring that your dog interacts well with people and other animals as an adult.
Play time offers physical and mental benefits that keep your dog entertained and can help eliminate destructive behaviour like chewing.
While problem barking can be an annoying behaviour, it is relatively simple to stop with a few simple tools.
With just 10 minutes of training a day, your dog can start learning some advanced tricks.
Teaching kids to be safe around dogs is an essential part of being a responsible dog owner.
Dogs dig for a number of reasons and while not harmful it can leave your garden looking a mess.
With the following guide you'll soon be enjoying a more relaxing walk with your canine companion.
A fear of loud noises like thunder requires early intervention to avoid harm to your dog or his environment.
Teaching your dog to shake is a great party trick and one that is easily taught. You can even get the kids involved.
Did you know that chewing is very beneficial for your dog’s health and wellbeing? We cover why that is and how we can encourage this natural behaviour.
As a vet, I often get asked about dogs who have suddenly started lunging at other dogs (or humans) while out on their walks. These are some tips to manage this behaviour.
"We would all love that perfect dog that is attentive, yet able to be independent and calm when required. Just like us dogs come with their own individual personalities, strengths and weaknesses."