Category: Training and Socialisation Tips

Great article on science and training…

Often I get sent links to some good articles from my behaviourist colleagues and this link to an article that summarises important points from the recent SPARCS conference, is a really good and concise read… http://blog.smartanimaltraining.com/2014/06/24/when-science-and-dog-training-come-together-sparcs-2014/ SPARCS stands for┬áthe Society

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Giving Your Pup a Head Start

Early development is an important time for the learning of many skills, including motor skills and social skills. The critical time for a pup to develop many skills that will set it up for later in life is between 3

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Dog Training

A lot of behaviour problems benefit from correct training techniques. But this is not to say that all behaviour issues “just require better training”. Training you dog with correct positive reinforcement techniques will help your dog to learn quickly and

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The dominance myth

Dominance theory is a phrase that is still used frequently with relation to domestic dogs despite a vast level of scientific research disproving the notion. Although there are plenty of myths about how to train dogs using dominance, scientific studies

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