Eventually every dog owner is going to come home to find their dog has chewed something they shouldn’t have done in their absence. Although dogs have a great sense of smell and vision which they use to explore the world, dogs also really enjoy gaining new information by putting things in their mouths. All dogs have an inbuilt desire to chew. But why the furniture?
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For particularly nervous dogs who may be sensitive to loud noises, other dogs, people and traffic, walking can be tricky and even dangerous if dogs are off a lead and decide to run home. So how can we help them overcome some of these fears to walk with more confidence? Can it be done?
Ryan White, Managing Director of We Love Pets speaks to BBC Breakfast about how to avoid wrist injury while walking your dog.
We Love Pets launch online training hub for animal lovers
The UK is a nation of pet lovers. With 49% of adults owning a pet in 2019, many want to better understand the needs of their pets, or even turn their love of animals into a career. We Love Training is an online pet care training hub aimed at pet lovers and those working or seeking to work in the pet care industry.
Have you just lost another shoe to your Cockerpoo? Or is your kitchen table suddenly looking a lot more “rustic” than you remember? If so then do not despair, here are some tips on changing your dog’s destructive behaviour into something that you are both happy with.
Amy, our Reading West branch owner and advanced dog trainer shares her tips to teach your dog to stop jumping up:
Reading West Franchisee Amy Pearson (APDT) is an advanced dog trainer. She has written some hints and tips about teaching your dog to come back when called. It is a problem for pretty much every dog owner at some point, and the recall is a really useful, and life saving, command to teach your dog.