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  • Merry Woofmas from our Pack to your Pack
    Merry Woofmas from our Pack to your Pack
    December 17 2022
    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and one where we can once again gather together unrestricted with our family and friends.  In all the preparation and celebration don’t forget about your fur babies. Please take a moment to consider the following holiday tips which will help keep your dog safe, your stress level low and your Christmas merry! more
  • A Dog's Holiday Experience
    A Dog's Holiday Experience
    December 09 2022
    “I always get a little anxious at this time of year.  There’s so much change going on in the house.  Lots of people dropping by unexpectedly and I thought from what you’ve taught me all year it was my job to answer the door first!  But, everyone gets so bent out of shape when I greet them with appropriate exuberance - especially Aunty Shirley. I’m yelling “Hi come in, you smell so good in that fur!” and she starts yelling back (it’s so high pitched I think she’s excited to see me but I guess she doesn’t know what to do with her purse coz she keeps waving it in front of me.) Then ‘Dad’ yells at me in that deep voice as he towers over top of me, always scaring me enough to pee a little. Then there is more yelling.  I’m very confused so I run into the new bathroom to relieve myself and then, more yelling!  Who puts a tree right inside if you are not going to use it?  How was I supposed to know it wasn’t a new indoor bathroom?!” – signed, your dog. more
  • Dog Park Safety Tips
    Dog Park Safety Tips
    April 02 2022
    Dog parks are an excellent way to get out some of that "extra" energy your dog may have. Dog parks can also be a great way to socialise your dog -- but can also be unsafe if proper measures aren't taken. The following tips are to help you keep your dog safe and happy at the park. more
  • Are you under the paw?
    Are you under the paw?
    November 02 2021
    You may have seen our recent article 'The Importance of Training your Dog' where we talked about the importance of regular training sessions between you and your dog to maintain communication. In today's article, we are taking a lighthearted look at the training that takes place in lots of homes every day...where your dog is training you! more
    October 11 2021
    Everyone would like to believe they are a responsible dog owner. After all, you provide the basics which include food and shelter. Unfortunately, that's not enough. Although good nutrition and a warm and inviting place to live is important, there's so much more to owning a dog. Owning a dog is not just a privilege it's a responsibility. It is not a commitment you should enter into lightly because it involves a large financial and emotional obligation. more
  • Greeting unknown dogs in the correct way!
    Greeting unknown dogs in the correct way!
    September 06 2021
    If you are a dog lover, which you probably are if you are taking the time to read this article, you will enjoy greeting new dogs you meet whilst out and about. However, attempting to greet a dog in an inappropriate manner could cause you all sorts of problems, and could also put you, the dog, and the owner at risk. more
  • How To Avoid Separation Anxiety
    How To Avoid Separation Anxiety
    May 20 2020
    Leaving your dog at home alone can be fraught with danger. Depending on your dog you never know what you might come home to. more
  • How Often Should I Walk My Dog
    How Often Should I Walk My Dog
    April 15 2020
    We have all seen funny little memes about dogs being so excited about their owners being at home and getting lots of walks. Our trainers have received queries about the length of walks, the duration and the frequency. more
  • Working From Home Can Be Isolating
    Working From Home Can Be Isolating
    April 02 2020
    If you are working from home, you may find it isolating, and it can lead to health and well-bring issues. Studies show that having a canine companion is linked to lowering blood pressure, reduced cholesterol, and improving overall health. more
  • Working From Home With Your Dog?
    Working From Home With Your Dog?
    March 19 2020
    Are you working from home with your dog? Read tips from Bark Busters Home Dog Training on how to best adapt to this new working environment! more