Behaviour Related


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YES! Is the new NO!

14th Nov, 2017
“No! No… no Fido!” I see the frustrated owner at the end of her leash (pun intended). And Fido is, well, not at the end of the leash; but why is the owner upset? I don’t know exactly what Fido is doing to upset his owner. And neither does Fido. ...read more
 

Asking yourself and your family some basic questions about what kind of dog or puppy would best suit you will make the whole choosing, adoption and family integration much easier. There are so many types of dogs in shelters that most of the time it’s almost impossible to know what you’re looking at. While it’s never a guarantee, as there are always exceptions to the rules, it will help you to know what to look for in a new puppy or dog at the shelter. ...read more
 

Let’s get over the idea that older dogs can’t learn new tricks. They can. We’re not talking about balancing a ball on the end of his nose (although that can be done) but about enriching both your lives through activities you enjoy together. ...read more
 

Keep in touch

15th Aug, 2017
This everyday phrase takes on a new meaning for pet lovers. Welcome to the world of Tellington TTouch® What is Tellington TTouch®? This is a gentle and positive way to help animals and humans to relax, to manage environmental stress, increase body awareness and promote healing. ...read more
 

Pets are family

13th Jun, 2017
Dogs became domesticated thousands of years ago, creating a mutually beneficial relationship, but we need to remember that they are a different species, have different needs, ‘speak’ a different language, and behave in a different way to us. We need to respect that in order to keep our families – and our pets – safe. ...read more
 

Here kitty, kitty

16th May, 2017
Adopting an adult cat is like inviting a friend to move in with you. The relationship is an equal partnership based on trust, co-operation and understanding, and compensating for each other’s differences, strengths and weaknesses. ...read more
 

Cat lovers know that there’s nothing as relaxing as having a feline friend by your side, softly purring away. But did you know that it’s actually good for your health too? ...read more
 

Nail-biting stuff

31st Jul, 2017
Dogs need their nails trimmed on a regular basis. As with our own nails, left too long, they can break or even curl into the dog’s pads (or with dew claws, into the leg.) Over-long nails can also affect the gait, causing an imbalance that can affect the skeletal structure and cause health problems. ...read more
 

Submissive urination

11th Apr, 2017
Submissive and excited urination are an involuntary loss of bladder control caused by various environmental triggers. While puppies under the age of 12 weeks have limited bladder muscle development and may lose control, this usually stops as the puppy develops. If it doesn’t, there could be more to the situation… ...read more
 

Every pet lover knows that at some stage it is likely that this deep and wonderful bond will be challenged by the unimaginable sense of loss. We express our love by doing the very best we can for our pets. Letting go, for whatever reason, is a part of that love. ...read more
 

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