Improvement with your Dogs It’s easy to think that your dog trainer’s dogs were born perfect. Very often the things we post on social media focus on the good, describe improvements and are generally focussed on the good things about our dogs. With this in mind, I’m writing this blog post to try and help … Continued
The Difference A Year’s Training Can Make Often training a dog takes time. Depending on the skill or behaviour being taught, it can take an awful lot of time. It’s important to keep this in mind when training, especially if you’re beginning to feel disheartened or that your dog isn’t making progress as quickly as … Continued
New Year, New… Dog? So, 2018 has arrived, I hope you all saw in the New Year in style and wish you the best for you and your loved ones. I’m sorry to add another “New Year New Me” social media post, but hopefully this one has a bit of a twist. The majority … Continued
Premack Principle In keeping with last week’s blog post about how to fit more training into a busy schedule, I thought I’d attempt to write about the Premack Principle. This principle was the work of David Premack, who originally used it to work with great apes. I personally found this concept very difficult to get … Continued
Training Dogs When Busy It can be a daunting thought to sit down and think of what I need to teach my dogs on a ‘normal’ day, particularly since both of these dogs have a handful of problem behaviours that need addressing. This has become increasingly more difficult when attempting to set up a … Continued
The UK Wolf Conservation Trust I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to work at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust for three weeks last month, and to be quite honest I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed work so much. Tasks ranged from general cleaning and site maintenance such as weeding, to preparing food … Continued
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