The Office Dog Blog
There are so many products out there for puppies, but what are the absolute essentials you need for when you bring your new pup home?
A throwback post to June 2016, when Kimber (The CEO’s dog) was about 6 months old. You’re not alone with the struggles of a young, teething puppy…
The 5th of November is rarely a fun time for dog owners. Learn how to deal with your dog if they are scared of fireworks, and how to help prevent that fear from developing in the first place.
What is Puppy Socialisation, why is it so important to get it right, and how do we go about accomplishing that?
There are many ill-conceived notions about what Puppy Socialisation is, so here we dispel some of the popular myths about this
Fireworks, chocolate and costumes; these might be fun for you, but not for your dog. Let your pup sit this holiday out.
Sometimes training the dog is the last thing we do. So what do we do before then? Find out the dog trainer’s biggest secret to success.
Is it magic? Is it being able to teach any dog to perform any trick? Or is it something a little bit simpler?
Why do some puppies appear to become spiteful after a couple of weeks at home? Do our puppies hate us, or have we broken them in some way?
Guilt is a human concept. So does it hold true when we apply it to our dogs? Can a dog look guilty?
In the second part of this series, we look at your options for choosing leads for your dog. Fixed-Length vs Retractable.
In the first of a 2-part series, we look at the best walking equipment for your dog. In this part, we look at collars vs harnesses.