Resource Guarding In Dogs – Training Tips

What is Resource Guarding in Dogs? Resource Guarding in dogs is a behaviour which is displayed by dogs who do not want other dogs (or humans) to gain access to their possessions or resources. This can include: Food Toys Territory Objects People This is a common, instinctive, behavioural problem which is can arise from genetics,... Continue Reading →

Do You Spoil Your Dog?

Do You Spoil Your Dog? We all love our dogs, but are we sometimes guilty of spoiling them? It's so easy to start bad habits because we want to make our dogs happy and feel loved. When a dog gives us unconditional love it is only right that we feel the need to spoil them.... Continue Reading →

Travelling With An Anxious Dog

Travelling With An Anxious Dog We just got back from taking the dogs on holiday and I wanted to share some photos and tips which I found handy. Travelling with an anxious dog is never easy, but Darcy is a rescue dog who suffers terribly when his routine is disrupted. He has been here for... Continue Reading →

Escape Behaviour in Dogs

Escape Behaviour in Dogs Some dogs are brilliant escape artists. They jump, dig and chew their way through fences and barriers put there to keep them safe in a contained space. Escape behaviour in dogs is a problem which can be easily resolved, however it takes time and patience. It is easy to higher fences... Continue Reading →

What To Do When Dogs Don’t Get Along

What To Do When Dogs Don't Get Along In this post, I write about some of the reasons why sometimes two dogs who belong to the same household don't get along. In addition, there are helpful tips to try if the situation arises. I also describe actual situations that have occurred in my family regarding... Continue Reading →

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