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Breath Analysis, an Exciting New Frontier for Human Medicine, but it’s Nothing New to Dogs… I was listening to a fascinating Ted Talk podcast yesterday about the medical marvel that is breath analysis. Together with the advancement of smartphones, it’s going to revolutionise medicine. However, but in terms of sniffing
Dog Crates – How to Use Them Properly and a Handy Crate Size Guide! Most pups are crate trained these days. Pups love their crate like a den as long as it is used correctly, and always positively! Never put your pup in anger if she is “naughty” as they
So You’re Getting a Pup Part 4 – Basics of Dog Training So your pup is now in your home 2-3 weeks. He’s settling in well. He loves bed time. He loves his tasty raw puppy diet. His toilet training should now be well under control. If not know that
Socialising Your Puppy to Experiences Outside the Home is Crucial but Care Must be Taken… At this stage your pup has been with you a couple of weeks. So far you have crate trained him, so much so that he is no doubt wandering in and out of it regularly
New Pup Part two – Toilet Training, Establishing Their Name as well as the Come and Wait Commands… In New Pup Part 1 of this “new pup” series, we taught you the vital basics of what to do before your pup comes along, including what they will need to eat, where
So You’re Getting a Puppy! Here’s how to Prepare and Tips for the Dreaded First-Night! No house is a home without a dog. I truly believe this. However, getting a dog is no small decision. Dogs are another family member. He will need good food and health care. Neither of
Among a host of other issues, Dudley didn’t toilet train as quickly as I thought he might have. This was disappointing and somewhat embarrassing when people came to visit as this was bread and butter stuff in guide dogs. So it got me thinking on the best toilet training tips for
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