Walking An Anxious Dachshund

Walking An Anxious Dachshund When you have a reactive dog the danger of people, children or other dogs approaching is always a worry. So, under the present regulations, it's actually less stressful to walk my anxious Dachshund. Darcy is enjoying his walks much more and not consumed with stress about keeping me safe. There are... Continue Reading →

Socialising A Puppy In Isolation

Socialising A Puppy In Isolation When Ripley the chihuahua came along in February I was determined to take every opportunity to socialise him really well. He came everywhere with me, visiting friends and family and meeting dogs of all shapes and sizes. When his vaccinations were completed we started taking him for short walks, and... Continue Reading →

Puppy Training in Winter

Puppy Training in Winter When I decided to welcome a new addition to our family I wasn't quite prepared for how difficult puppy training in winter can be. Other puppies I have housetrained through the years have arrived in spring and summer, when the weather is milder, drier and much warmer. It is so much... Continue Reading →

10 Autumn Dangers For Dogs

10 Autumn Dangers For Dogs With Halloween approaching and Guy Fawkes just around the corner, it's so important to keep your dogs safe. This post covers all the Autumn dangers for dogs (or Fall for overseas readers).  We take a look at some of the dangers around at this time of year, and how we... Continue Reading →

150 Pet Names For Book Lovers

150 Pet Names For  Book Lovers Are you looking for a literary-inspired name for your new pet? If you are a fan of Jane Austen, Roald Dahl or Agatha Christie, look no further, I have found the perfect pet name for you. It could be a dog, cat, hamster or horse...they all need a great... Continue Reading →

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