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How To Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer Heat

How To Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer Heat

As summertime is here and as the warm temperatures linger throughout the day and night, it's important to keep yourself and your dog well hydrated and cool. Both cats and dogs are particularly susceptible to heatstroke - a potentially life-threatening condition. Here are some helpful tips to make your pet's summer cooler and more enjoyable. read more…

Helping Your Pup Overcome His Fear of Water

Helping Your Pup Overcome His Fear of Water

Contrary to popular belief, not all dogs like water. Many are afraid of water and its vast uncertainties, and if your pup gets scared at the sight of even a kiddie pool filled with the wet stuff, there are some things you can do about it. Here’s how to help your pup overcome his fear of water. read more…

The Festive Season

The Festive Season

It’s that time of year again! Christmas is fast approaching, and the season for after-work drinks, get-togethers and parties is about to begin. Obviously, we all want to enjoy this time of year; but do spare a thought for your four-legged friends as they don’t understand the changes that may occur in your routine and your behaviour. We’ve put together some advice for you to ensure that you keep your dog safe, comfortable and happy during your seasonal celebrations. read more…

Who Is The Boss? You Or Your Dog?

Who Is The Boss? You Or Your Dog?

Without even recognising it, your dog may be "wearing the pants" in your house. Without a strong leader, it is natural for the dog to take charge and try and be the "pack leader".

When our Bark Buster's trainers visit a client in their home, one of the first things we look for is: "who is in charge?" read more…

Could You Be Confusing Your Dog?

Could You Be Confusing Your Dog?

Too often dog owners ask: "Why won't my dog listen to me?" The simple answer is because they don't understand what you are saying.

If you are familiar with the Bark Busters training methods, you know that the foundation of our behavioural changes rests on communication - voice tones and body language. For thousands of years, this is how dogs have communicated with each other. Dogs behave consistently in response to certain triggers. Unfortunately, it is often humans causing the problems when inconsistent commands are issued or rules are not consistently applied. read more…

Natural Dog Behaviours

Natural Dog Behaviours

Let's face it. Some of the things dogs do drive us crazy! And yet, digging, chewing and jumping all come naturally to dogs. Even so, while some bad behaviours are natural, they do not have to be normal. read more…

Bringing Home A Rescue Dog

Bringing Home A Rescue Dog

This guide should ensure that your dog is a pleasure to live with and more importantly for the dog, will never be returned to a shelter. read more…

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