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  • Tame Halloween Fright
    Tame Halloween Fright
    October 30 2019
    Keep dogs safe during Halloween-the most dangerous holiday for dogs-with tips from Bark Busters, the world's largest dog training company. ...read more
  • Winter woes?  A dog-lover’s guide to solving winter blues
    Winter woes? A dog-lover’s guide to solving winter blues
    August 01 2019
    If your dog is your best friend, you probably want to make sure that it is warm and comfortable during the wet and windy months of winter. Here are some invaluable tips that will ensure you’ve got a happy hound right through winter, whether it spends most of the time inside or out. ...read more
  • St Patrick's Pooches
    St Patrick's Pooches
    March 14 2019
    With Irish eyes that are smiling read about these 'lucky' dog breeds that are celebrating their Irish heritage on St. Patrick's Day. ...read more
  • Summer Hazards For Your Dog
    Summer Hazards For Your Dog
    January 23 2019
    Summer safety isn't just for humans. Your dog may want to enjoy being outdoors in the summer, but you need to watch out for summer safety hazards that could put your pooch at risk. Here are some things you should watch out for this summer in order to protect your dog. ...read more
  • Fireworks and Dogs - How to Avoid Disaster?
    Fireworks and Dogs - How to Avoid Disaster?
    December 27 2018
    With the end of the year fast approaching, many of us will be gathering on New Year's Eve to watch the fireworks displays calling in the New Year. While fireworks are attractive and exciting for humans, dogs generally are far less keen and are unable to make sense of the loud bangs and explosions taking place in their normally quiet lives. ...read more
  • Why A Dog Is A Bad Holiday Present
    Why A Dog Is A Bad Holiday Present
    December 12 2018
    Thinking of getting a dog as a holiday present. Bark Busters Home Dog Training describes why a dog is a bad holiday present. ...read more
  • Easter Holidays
    Easter Holidays
    March 21 2018
    It's that time of year again. The shops are full of chocolate eggs and hot cross buns in preparation for Easter weekend, many of us are looking to have a nice long weekend away from work, spending time with family, friends and our dogs. ...read more
  • Puppies and School Holidays
    Puppies and School Holidays
    January 08 2018
    In this article, we want to talk about the effect school holidays can have on puppies. In the same way that school holidays are a break in routine for your children, they can create a break in routine for your puppy. However, whilst your children understand that after the break they will return to school and resume their weekly routine, puppies quickly develop a new set of expectations and behaviours based on the changes in their environment, and this can create difficulties and setbacks in your training. ...read more
  • How To Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer Heat
    How To Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer Heat
    December 11 2017
    As summertime is here and as the warm temperatures linger throughout the day and night, it's important to keep yourself and your dog well hydrated and cool. Both cats and dogs are particularly susceptible to heatstroke - a potentially life-threatening condition. Here are some helpful tips to make your pet's summer cooler and more enjoyable. ...read more
  • The Festive Season
    The Festive Season
    November 27 2017
    It's that time of year again! Christmas is fast approaching, and the season for after-work drinks, get-togethers and parties is about to begin. Obviously, we all want to enjoy this time of year; but do spare a thought for your four-legged friends as they don't understand the changes that may occur in your routine and your behaviour. We've put together some advice for you to ensure that you keep your dog safe, comfortable and happy during your seasonal celebrations. ...read more