The Office Dog Blog
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.
What do we mean when we say our dog is being bad or naughty? Do we believe that they understand these human concepts?
We are quick to label dogs friendly and unfriendly without really understanding what’s going on. And we often have it the wrong way round…
A good way to help your dog stay cool in the summer is with frozen treats – find out how to make these yummy frozen pupcakes
While we’re not advocating NOT walking your dog, there are times when skipping a walk is the right thing to do.
We all want our dogs not to pick up or eat certain things, but how do we know that we’re asking for the right thing from our dogs?
Should you let your dog sleep in your bed, or sit on the sofa? This isn’t a decision your dog trainer should be making for you…
Small Dog Syndrome is probably not what you think it is. Learn what it is, how it is caused and how to prevent it.
Walking your dog in hot weather can be dangerous for your dog’s health. Find out how to keep your dog safe, and cool, when the sun comes out.
Your dog is not programmed with a set of cue words for different tricks. Learn how to help your pup understand what you want from them.
Not every dog will enjoy the heat, the crowds, or all the strange dogs milling around. Make sure that you’re taking your dog’s needs into account when attending events like this.
The manner in which most people greet dogs can be scary or threatening to them. Find out how to correctly approach dogs, and when to leave them alone.