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Jumping Up

22nd March 2017

Jumping Up

We often get called to see dogs who are in the habit of jumping up at people. It may be that they jump up at their owner, or visitors, or anyone they pass in the street! It's a behaviour that can be, at best, embarrassing for the owner or, at worst, putting the owner at risk of criminal charges and an expensive fine. read more…

Choosing the Right Puppy

16th March 2017

Choosing the Right Puppy

As Bark Busters dog trainers, we find that the New Year is a busy time for puppy training. If you are thinking of getting a puppy it is worth taking time to think about and prepare yourself for what you are taking on, and to make sure that the puppy you buy is right for you and your family. Having the right dog, properly trained, will bring you joy for years to come. read more…

Managing Destructive Behaviours in Dogs

6th March 2017

Managing Destructive Behaviours in Dogs

Dogs who seem intent on destroying the contents of your home and garden can be very difficult to live with. As humans, we find it difficult to understand why our dogs choose to chew chairs, tables, stairs, carpets, skirting boards and walls; some dogs will tear up and chew carpets and vinyl. These can be very expensive habits for any owner to tolerate, and may even result in a dog being rehomed. read more…

DOES YOUR DOG GET CAR SICK?

20th February 2017

DOES YOUR DOG GET CAR SICK?

Does your dog get car sick? Did you know that 1 in 5 dogs suffer from car or motion sickness? Dog motion sickness is real and can happen even on short jaunts. Know that most carsickness episodes in dogs are brought about by stress and not the motion itself. Your final destination may be what is making your dog worried or sick. read more…

Greeting unknown dogs in the correct way!

6th February 2017

Greeting unknown dogs in the correct way!

If you are a dog lover, which you probably are if you are taking the time to read this article, you will enjoy greeting new dogs you meet whilst out and about. However, attempting to greet a dog in an inappropriate manner could cause you all sorts of problems, and could also put you, the dog, and the owner at risk. read more…

ARE YOU A RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNER?

23rd January 2017

ARE YOU A RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNER?

Everyone would like to believe they are a responsible dog owner. After all, you provide the basics which include food and shelter.

Unfortunately, that's not enough. Although good nutrition and a warm and inviting place to live is important, there's so much more to owning a dog. Owning a dog is not just a privilege it's a responsibility. It is not a commitment you should enter into lightly because it involves a large financial and emotional obligation. read more…

BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS FOR FAMILIES WITH DOGS

9th January 2017

BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS FOR FAMILIES WITH DOGS

Before we know it, the kids will be heading back to school and everyone's routine will change. When children return to school, the stress on every family member can be huge - including the family dog. This abrupt change in routine can seriously affect our canine companions, who are creatures of habit. But with a little understanding and preparation before the first day of class, families can avoid many of the back-to-school behaviour problems their dogs might exhibit. By providing training and the right combination of food, shelter and entertainment, families can help their canine companions adapt to a new schedule. read more…

Holiday Travel Tips

18th December 2016

Holiday Travel Tips

Travelling with your "best friends" is not hard. The biggest thing that we forget is to prepare and observe. We must prepare what our dogs will need for the trip and observe their needs and their environment while we are travelling. Here are some quick tips: read more…

Summertime Hazards For Your Dog

5th December 2016

Summertime Hazards For Your Dog

Dogs enjoy the warmth of the great outdoors in the summer, splashing in a pool or at the beach, and being exercised, active and happy. However, there are dangers in the summertime that you and your dog should be aware of as you romp around and play! read more…

Some Quick Pool Safety Tips

21st November 2016

Some Quick Pool Safety Tips

Some dogs are Olympic swimmers and some can just do the "dog paddle". That is up to them. What we can do, as good pet owners, is to assure their safety in the pool. Here are some tips. read more…

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