November 2014

5 dog myths – busted

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Over the years I am sure we have all heard various statements relating to dogs and their behaviour – why they do this or that, what you should or should not do and so on… However, every so often a friend, family member or client may come out with a pearl of wisdom that is […]

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Different strokes – the way you pet your dog matters

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Why touch is important The sense of touch is one of the more important senses, but is also the most overlooked. It enables us to determine if something is warm or cold, helps us respond to pain as well as light touch and deep pressure.  Touch does more than just detect physical contact with our […]

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