September 2015

Best Business Women Awards 2015

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On the 15th October, the Best Business Women Awards 2015 were held at Batchwood Park where we were awarded a certificate as a finalist in the ‘Best Customer Service’ category for our work. Nearly 300 people entered into these awards which are all about recognising great women in the business community.  Hanne said: “We are […]

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Dog’s memory – more important than smell

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A new study from Duke University’s Canine Cognition Centre suggests that memory may be more important than smell when dogs are trying to find a hidden treat.  The team used data from more than 500 dog owners around the world via their online website – Dognition, the brainchild of Dr Brian Hare.  The scientists wanted […]

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Under the Spotlight: Lauren Field

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Lauren joined our team back in October 2014. A former Photography researcher with the image library Superstock, we asked Lauren to go ‘under the spot light’, so you can get to know her better… Age: 34. Resides: Tring. Any children? Yes, Isla my 2 year old. Passions: Sewing, exercise, cinema, Music and anything crafty! Favourite […]

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Watch Hanne in action: Retrieva Tracking Collar

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Ageing in dogs – and me!

As I write this post, my ageing Basset Hound Howard lays by my feet snoring.  At 9 years of age, his muzzle has whitened, his eyebrows have greyed and he is noticeably stiff when he arises from his bed. According to the Guinness Book of Records, the greatest reliable age recorded for a dog was […]

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Animal signalling: mice sing duets to woo one another

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Move over Michael Bublé, there’s a new crooner in town… In 1871, Darwin noted sexual selection gave rise to the production of signals that included song, colouration or dances as a means of attracting mates; these were predominantly produced by males to attract females. Such behaviour patterns often provide information about the health or condition of […]

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Featured in Dogs Monthly magazine

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Check out the October issue of Dogs Monthly to read all about our collaborative workshop ‘An Introduction to Canine Exercise’ with GB Husky Racing Champ Emma Cowell. Dogs Monthly came along to our recent Exercise workshop which looks at the various activities out there for pet dog owners from canicross to bikejoring.  We look at […]

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