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Important Training Tips

Why Dogs Pull On The Lead The picture is me working with a dog I had just taken out the audience, at the Just Dogs Live show at Stoneleigh Park. It pulled like a train, this is after 3 minutes using my techniques. Note all the leads around me, I worked with 10 dogs that I had never met before...
Gundogs That Are Reluctant to Retrieve Game The Rescue: I have a young Cocker that came to me at 11 weeks from a lovely owner who had bought him at 8 weeks old . Unfortunately that was before being told by the hospital that he needed a spinal operation that would mean that he was unable to...
Choosing the Best Lead and Collar for Your Puppy or Adult Dog The choice of lead  and collar or what you use on your dog to train it can have either a good or a very bad effect on your dog, choose carefully and choose wisely when deciding how to train and control your dog What...
How to Train a Junior or Adult Dog to Recall Off Lead Poor recall training is one of the main reasons dogs are stolen or lost. This article will help you to get a solid recall on your dog and may actually save you the grief and agony of having your dog stolen by crooks and dognappers Common...
 Click The Picture to Buy The Jingler See a few letters out of hundreds at the bottom after the DVD clip. Before becoming a full-time trainer and behavioural consultant, I worked in a number of professions, starting with the Army at a very young age I joined at 15, then as a...
                  The Importance of Grooming Your Dog Regularly I find many dog owners are not aware of the importance of grooming.  It may appear strange that I have put dog grooming under basic training tips. However, overall it is as...
Dogs That Hump and Chase Other Dogs Plus a very funny letter from a neighbour whose dogs were being humped   The Humper: I am sure there are many dog owners have met the dog botherer, chaser and humper?   That is the dog whose owner is somewhere in the distance...

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