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Dealing with dog anxiety and stress

Amy Starr, registered Veterinary nurse with a degree in animal behaviour, will in this article explain how you can understand and help your anxious or stressed dog. She will also provide you with guidance and advice on what to do if your dog is anxious or stressed.

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Reactivity in dogs: where it comes from and how we can help

Olivia Leathley, Certified Pet Dog Trainer (CPDT) and a Canine Behaviourist and Psychologist, will in this article explain how you can help and understand your reactive dog. She will also provide you with guidance and advice on what to do if your dog is reactive.

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A guide on how to feed a fussy dog

While some dogs will happily eat whatever their owner puts in front of them, other dogs will refuse to eat certain types of food, either because they don't like it or because they are simply bored of it. Owners of such pups often have to experiment with new types of dog food to find the right one. Get our top tips on what to do if you have a real food connoisseur at home!

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Teach your dog the perfect recall

Lyndsey Durand, professional dog trainer and owner of Canine Pawtential, will in this article talk take you through how you are able to teach your dog a reliable recall. Training and maintaining a reliable recall is crucial for your dog’s safety, the safety of other people and dogs and to ensure that you can relax every day on your walks. Let's get started!

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Teach your dog how to twist and spin

Amie Brown, professional dog trainer and owner of Canine Pawtential, will in this article take you through her guide on how to teach your dog how to spin and twist! It's also the perfect way build a strong bond with your dog.

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Why do dogs tend to bark?

Alexandra Nelke, certified Dog Trainer and Behaviour Consultant, will in this article help you understand why dogs bark and teach you how to deal with it through positive reinforcement. This includes teaching alternative behaviours, providing outlets so they don’t need to bark, or bark less, in the first place.

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