There are so many myths and misconceptions that have surrounded dog behaviour and training.READ MORE
Many experts including trainers, behaviourist, breeders and rescues these days are discouraging people to take on canine siblings.
Does your dog always bark when men walk by?
Are they afraid when a man moves toward them?
Being afraid of men is a common problem in dogs. Notably, many dog owners commonly report that “My dog is afraid of men.”READ MORE
Not many trainers talk about creating spatial awareness, but this is a natural part of the canine development process. Spatial awareness is the ability to be aware and have an organised knowledge of objects in relation to space around us. READ MORE
Well I do not believe this to be true, in my eyes it is knowing that by doing the same thing repeatedly brings the same result is insanity. However, so many people are stuck in this ridiculous cycle.READ MORE
Dog training is the process of teaching skills or behaviors to your dog. This can include teaching your dog to respond to certain commands, or helping your dog learn coping skills to certain environments.
Sometimes when working on a 121-behavioural consultation, the owner will try to justify the overexcited barking and leaping about as the dog just being excited.
What I see however, is so far removed from a calm dog it has become unbalanced unhealthy within its own mind.READ MORE
In their eyes, the dog is their cherished son or daughter. But what happens when you bring a new baby into the family? A new-born can dramatically change not only your life but your dog’s life as well. As your routines change your attention will shift from the dog to the baby.READ MORE