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The Adventures of Otto aged 11 weeks

The Adventures of Otto aged 11 weeks

We’ve made steady progress this week with our little training sessions. I do many throughout the day (one of the advantages of working from home and having him always with me) as his little brain cannot cope with more than a few minutes of work at the moment. Read more below

The Adventures of Otto aged 12 Weeks

The Adventures of Otto aged 12 Weeks

Week 4 (20th – 26th August) 12 weeks This week we had a terrible tragedy when my lovely old horse who has been with me for 18 years got sick and died very suddenly. The vets could do nothing and I couldn’t quite believe he’d gone so I went and checked on him lying dead in the field several times until it had sunk in. Otto came with me and bounced around on the rugs that were covering him without any idea of the devastation I was feeling. At one point after I had come in, I looked out of the window and Otto had gone out to where he was lying, just sitting with him as if waiting for his big friend to wake up and play.

Dealing with Seasonal Jumps and Scares

Dealing with Seasonal Jumps and Scares

Enjoy your Autumn, embrace the change of season and look forward to the celebrations. If you can take on board some of the points mentioned in the below blog, they will help to ensure that your puppy has as fantastic a time as you. Happy Halloween

The Pups are here

The Pups are here

Nova's Pups have arrived.

Nova's Pregnancy Blog week 2

Nova's Pregnancy Blog week 2

Planning for the puppies arrival. Read more here...

Natures Menu Puppies!!!!!

Natures Menu Puppies!!!!!

Nova and Boomer Natures Menu sponsor dogs have had pups. Read more here . . .

Puppy Schooled! Gwen Bailey's Puppy Diary

Puppy School founder Gwen Bailey is no stranger to training a new pup, but let's face it, introducing a new puppy to your home is a challenging experience no matter how many times you have done it before! Find out how Gwen gets on during week one of welcoming her brand new puppy, 9 week old Otto, to their family home.

Zest has qualified for Olympia

Zest has qualified for Olympia

Zest has had an excellent few weekends not only winning into G5 with a number of wins but also qualifying for Olympia, one of the biggest agility events of the year alongside Crufts. Olympia is held in December and is mainly a horse show but hosts agility finals on each day of the show. We are both looking forward to it but have lots or preparation to do but knowing she is eating the very best diet is a great start to our prep. Here is what we have been up to: