With people working longer hours and having busier lives, dogs are spending more time home alone. This is fine for short spells but dogs are social animals and leaving them alone for extended periods of time can cause separation anxiety and behaviour problems. Often they’re bored and lonely and exhibit behaviour reflective of their emotional state.
Bringing a new Puppy into your family can be a very, very exciting time.
Nonetheless, the excitement can often be overshadowed by that daunting feeling of – how am I going to teach this adorable fluff ball to go to the toilet in the correct place?
So you have got yourself a beautiful new puppy, adorable and cuddly they are; but they’re always learning. Even at a very early age puppies pick up habits that can be hard to break later on in their life so you want to start your training on day one. We have outlined some basic tips, tricks and rules that you can follow to let your puppy know what he needs to do from day one.
Have you ever asked your dog to go get a stick, or go to bed, or find his toy, only for them to turn and walk away? A lot of cases this is just your dog not understanding and showing disinterest. But sometimes it maybe your dog saying no to you. Read More…