Signs Of Fear Aggression In Dogs

2019-12-12T13:38:37+00:00

Of the 21 different types of aggression in dogs, fear aggression is the most common. It is so common, in fact, that some dog owners mistake it for dominance aggression. And, while each form of aggression must be treated differently, diagnosing the type of aggression your dog is displaying is important. What is fear aggression

Signs Of Fear Aggression In Dogs2019-12-12T13:38:37+00:00

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Dealing With A Fear Aggressive Dog

2019-12-12T13:35:35+00:00

If your dog is showing signs of having fear of aggressive behaviour issues, the best way to deal with it is to contact a professional dog behaviour specialist right away. That way, both you and your dog can get the help he needs to be a happy, playful pup again. There are some things that

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Dealing With A Fear Aggressive Dog2019-12-12T13:35:35+00:00

How To Relieve Separation Anxiety In Your Dog

2019-12-12T13:28:52+00:00

One issue that many dog owners struggle with is separation anxiety. Every time they leave the house, even if it is just to take out the trash, their dog suddenly feels isolated, stressed and abandoned. Separation anxiety behaviour such as this poses a serious problem as the pet might begin damaging property or harming itself.

How To Relieve Separation Anxiety In Your Dog2019-12-12T13:28:52+00:00

How To Handle A Dominant Dog

2019-10-24T11:34:54+00:00

Whether you are a trainer, owner or someone who works around dogs, eventually, you will experience a dog that is like no other. This dog does what it wants, when it wants and it doesn’t have a problem showing his dominance among other dogs and people alike. While there is nothing wrong with this dog,

How To Handle A Dominant Dog2019-10-24T11:34:54+00:00

Our dogs are dying earlier. Why?

2019-09-25T10:49:57+00:00

Shocking data reveals dogs are dying over 10% sooner than they did 10 years ago. What is going on! This is a serious issue. With such advancements in veterinary & medical care, why are our dogs’ lifespans shorter than they used to be? I’ll delve into the 3 major reasons we are observing this worrying

Our dogs are dying earlier. Why?2019-09-25T10:49:57+00:00

My Dog Appears to be Guarding Me and it Makes Him Look Aggressive…. Why?

2019-08-05T14:09:39+00:00

My Dog Appears to be Guarding Me and it Makes Him Look Aggressive…. Why? The short answer is they are trying to protect you. The bigger question is, why? This is a common situation many of my clients face and ask me about. Over-protective behaviour occurs frequently, and odds are, you will have experienced this

My Dog Appears to be Guarding Me and it Makes Him Look Aggressive…. Why?2019-08-05T14:09:39+00:00

Is Positive Training Really Working?!    

2019-01-19T17:27:49+00:00

This post may be somewhat polarising but I feel I must write down these thoughts as they are close to my heart.  In my opinion, there is a malicious entity pervading the dog training world. This is not a physical thing but instead, an idea; an idea which has proven surprisingly hard to quash.  It

Is Positive Training Really Working?!    2019-01-19T17:27:49+00:00

Behaviour Problems are the Most Common Cause of Euthanasia!

2018-10-30T21:43:42+00:00

Over 3,000 dogs are put down in the UK every year. Fact. A terribly sad, but unfortunately true statement. Dogs are being surrendered to kennels or abandoned as strays because their behaviour is dangerous, stressful or simply too hard to manage. ‘With such stellar advances in dog training techniques, tracking technologies and an increased understanding

Behaviour Problems are the Most Common Cause of Euthanasia!2018-10-30T21:43:42+00:00

Is your Dog Scared or Aggressive?

2018-08-17T09:29:19+00:00

Fear aggression is a very common problem, so the first step towards successfully helping an aggressive dog is to determine whether he is scared or aggressive. Fear Aggression Fear and anxiety-related aggression is among the most common behavioural issues I see in domestic dogs. Sometimes, these problems are genetic. In most cases, however, they were

Is your Dog Scared or Aggressive?2018-08-17T09:29:19+00:00

Why Dogs Start Biting

2018-08-03T16:39:32+00:00

I am often asked by clients is why dogs bite. While this partly depends on individual situations, the most common reasons for dogs to start getting aggressive and bite are dominance and fear. Why Dogs Start Biting I recently received a call from a woman whose dog had bitten a friend in the face. She

Why Dogs Start Biting2018-08-03T16:39:32+00:00

Why Dogs Must Have Exercise

2018-08-17T09:21:47+00:00

Providing regular exercise is one of the many responsibilities owning a dog brings with it. Here is why dogs must have exercise. Why Dogs Must Have Exercise When dogs are left in the house or back garden, day after day, all day long, they do tend to go a little “mad” and can start displaying

Why Dogs Must Have Exercise2018-08-17T09:21:47+00:00

Adopting Older Dogs

2018-08-03T16:03:55+00:00

Want a dog but don’t really have the time to deal with the daily needs of a dog – let alone those of a puppy? Today’s hectic lifestyles mean for many of us, adopting older dogs could be the perfect solution… The Problem with Owning a Dog As wonderful and exciting as having a furry

Adopting Older Dogs2018-08-03T16:03:55+00:00

Dogs and the Fine Art of Discipline

2018-08-03T14:34:17+00:00

Dogs and the fine art of discipline: Consistent rules, boundaries and discipline are imperative for any leader/follower relationship to function properly. Lack of such rules, boundaries and discipline can all too easily end in chaotic behaviour – and sometimes it takes a dog to let us know what’s wrong… Discipline is a Fine Art Whether

Dogs and the Fine Art of Discipline2018-08-03T14:34:17+00:00

The RSPCA and the Law – Your Right to Refuse the RSPCA Access

2018-08-03T12:02:03+00:00

Dr Barry Peachey LLM, LLB(Hons), Ph.D., FCollP, ACIArb, MBAE, FETC Dr Barry Peachey LLM, LLB(Hons), Ph.D., FCollP, ACIArb, MBAE, FETC clears up widely held misconceptions concerning the RSPCA and the law – misconceptions that are indeed actively and publicly fostered by the RSPCA itself. Please note that this article and statements made therein by varying

The RSPCA and the Law – Your Right to Refuse the RSPCA Access2018-08-03T12:02:03+00:00