As an advocate of canine enrichment, 'my dog destroys his toys' is something I hear a lot. I can certainly understand the frustration. Some of the toys are not cheap and to have them not even last the day is disappointing, to say the least. Looking around the pet shops, I often see notices displayed … Continue reading How to prevent dogs from destroying their toys
There are two problems that I hear or see over and over again; pulling on the lead and not coming when called. I'm going to deal with pulling in this blog and cover recall in the near future. All situations and dog/owner dynamics are different, there is therefore no ONE reason or solution which will … Continue reading Why do dogs pull?
I can think of no better way of getting our dogs using their brain and body in perfect harmony than to employ what dogs love, need and crave; scent. This is a quite simple yet highly enriching game. You need some catnip (you don't actually as there are all sorts of things you could use … Continue reading Find It – A Beautifully Enriching Scent Game to Play with Dogs