Lots of people treat their dogs to a Sunday roast by selecting bits and bobs from their own roast dinner and making up a dog version and the dogs usually love it! Now what if you could give that roast dinner to your best friend guilt free? We all know human food isn't great for our pets but why?
This group of girls are having a great time while their family are on holiday. They know their mum's rules are no dogs on the beds but they tried to convince me that it would be ok :) cheeky girls were shown their own beds :)
Meet my new friend Marley who will be working with me over the next few weeks to improve his behaviour. All his training will be positive and we will be having three sessions a week working first on him pulling on his lead and then on his attitude to other dogs.
We always teach all the dogs we walk to sit and be calm inside the door just before we start any dog walk - this means we start dog walking nice and calm which is the best way we feel - Virgil loves his walkies and always rushes into position to sit nice ready to go! Sometimes he even crashes into the door getting ready! Calmly of course :)
Stan just wants to say good morning and we have fresh liver cake today - let us know if you want some. £1.50 a piece or three for £3. It cuts up nicely into tiny training treats and is low fat and full of goodness rather than all the colours and additives you find in many commercial treats.