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Jumping up to greet visitors!

Jumping up to greet visitors!

In this blog, our friends at Puppy School, talk us through some top tips to discourage puppies from jumping to greet visitors. It’s an age-old problem but one that continues to be a challenge for puppy owners and dog owners alike – jumping up! Read more ...

Puppy School talks us through loose lead walking.

Puppy School talks us through loose lead walking.

Puppies pull on the lead because they want to walk faster or go in a different direction to us. Since it is usually impossible to allow them to go where they want to go or keep up with them, we need to teach them to walk with us at our pace and not to pull on the lead. Puppies that walk nicely on the lead without pulling often get more walks and are a pleasure to take out.

Travelling with your Puppy

Travelling with your Puppy

So, the summer holidays are here and it’s time to pack everyone and everything into the car for that much-anticipated trip to the seaside. Buckets, spades, picnic, grannie, and of course, the family puppy. What could be more fun than taking the new four-legged addition on the trip with you, to enjoy the sights and sounds that a day out by the seaside has to offer? In order to enjoy a safe, stress-free trip for every member of the family, including those with four paws and a tail, follow our guide to traveling with your puppy: