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The Canine Christmas Survival Guide

Reactive Dog Training Edinburgh – Reducing Stress at Christmas Christmas a perfect time to get together, have fun, eat lots, binge watch some TV and have a merry time. But it can be a stressful time for your dog, during a normal week your dog might spend a lot of time on their own and …

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Dog Training Edinburgh – Puzzle Toys To Tire Out Your Dog

Rescue and Nervous Dog Training Edinburgh – When your dog is scared or anxious about things like fireworks the best thing you can do is help tire them out with Puzzle Toys. This is my guide to Puzzle toys and the same tips and tricks I use with my two lunatics Erick and Ally! I …

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Why I’m ‘In The Dog House’ with Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home!

Yes thats right, I am officially ‘In The Dog House’ with The Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home (EDCH). Further more I’m proud to have been chosen to put in there well me and several other Edinburgh locals! In The Dog House is an annual fundraising event held by EDCH, each participant is put into their …

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How To Help Your Reactive Dog

Reactive Dog Training Edinburgh Tips To Help Your Pooch Living and working in Leith, Edinburgh is hard work when you have a reactive and anxious dog, I should know I live with my own barking lunctic Ally in the heart of Leith. Ally is a 3 year old, Old English Sheepdog who looses her calm …

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How to Introduce Your New Dog To Friends, Family and Other Dogs.

Congratulations on your new dog whether you’ve adopted him or have brought home a pup, when it comes to meeting new people lets make sure you set off on the right paw! If you are anything like me, you just want to show off your new dog and get your friends around to meet him asap. You just want them to fall in love with your dog like you did. But guess what… you need to take things slowly, this will make life easier and calmer for your dog.

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Get Your Dog To Listen by Strengthening Your Bond.

You will already have a bond with your dog by providing him with a warm home, a cosy bed, food and safe place to live. A bond is that invisible rope that ties you both together, it goes beyond love. It helps you both gain trust and confidence in each other these are the foundations of the bond. This bond is what keeps your dog from taking off without when he sees an open door or you let him off lead in the park. Its keeps him engaged and listening to you, it is in short a big deal.

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