Being able to get on with other dogs is an essential skill for your dog. Not only will it make your dog happier, but he will be calmer and more biddable too.
Dogs look great when they are walking to heel with their owners, but so many people struggle with it. Read on to find out how it’s done.
I think crates are great. When used properly, they can help you solve many problems. Find out why I love them and how to get the best out of yours.
Did you know that for some dogs, fears, phobias and anxieties can be life-affecting? Learn about the causes and some strategies to help your anxious dog.
Nurturing a strong bond with your dog has benefits for both of you. I’ll explain why you should nurture this bond and what you can do to make it even stronger.
Retractable leads eliminate the need to train the dog and, as a by-product, encourage lazy dog walking etiquette.
Why does my dog jump up on people, pull on the lead, or do just about anything really. Let Caroline answer this often pondered dog psychology question.