anxiety, Barking, Behaviour, client, Dogs, growling, talking dog, Uncategorized

Why dog’s bark!

Put very simply ┬ádog's bark to communicate, however, sometimes it's difficult for we humans to understand what they are trying to say. It look's to me like there are 3 main reasons for a dog to bark: Warning, by this I mean they are telling us that they are worried about something and are feeling… Continue reading Why dog’s bark!

a little piece of mind, Behaviour, Dog Aggression, Dogs, growling, help, mindfulness, pulling on the lead, Recall training, Walking

The magic is in the understanding.

In this example we will use lack of recall. Your dog knows it name and will respond very well when he/she decides they want to. All our dog's behaviours can be changed by helping them to become more responsive to us. In order for our dogs to become more responsive to us, we just need… Continue reading The magic is in the understanding.

Behaviour, Dog Aggression, Dogs, growling, help, training, Uncategorized

Why we should be encouraging our dogs to growl……!

Ok, let me clarify I don't want you to actively put your dog in situations that you know will cause them to growl, however........ Growling is often the last warning that any dog will give you before they bite. It's really important that we do not reprimand our dogs for trying to communicate with us.… Continue reading Why we should be encouraging our dogs to growl……!