Today Beau & I went to his puppy school for the second time. It has been heavy rain all week, so we weren’t able to get outside for much training through the week, but I was really pleased with Beau’s progress. He does perfect sits every time, his drops are improving greatly and his stays are quite impressive. We do have to work on come though. He will come easily if there are no distractions around, but when there are other puppies to play with, you’d swear he was deaf. He heels quite
With the recent dog food recalls in the USA & Canada there have been an increasing number of posts from people who are considering changing their dogs to home prepared meals. Most express apprehension about what & how much to feed. As I recently switched my dogs from eating primarily kibble to home prepared, I understand their concerns. Though I am by no means an expert on canine nutrition, and am awaiting the arrival of some books on the subject, I have been feeding my dogs home prepared
This blog has been copied across from our old blog spot.
Oh we had such a fun day. Beau’s baby puppy class is held in the nearby showground and when we arrived there were lots of handlers & their dog everywhere, all getting organised to go to their various different classes. Poor little Beau was looking around at this sea of very big dogs & I am sure at first he would have just like to have gone back home.
However, once everyone got to
I've done a couple of book reviews on the forum and don't want to lose where they are, so I thought this would be a good place to log them.
My Review: "Give Your Dog a Bone" by Dr Ian Billinghurst;
My Review: "The BARF Diet" by Dr Ian Billinghurst