Importance Of Pets During COVID-19 Pandemic

Over the last twelve months, the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the world that we live in. Social distancing has placed significant pressure on everyone, and we all miss the connection we used to have with friends and family. The longer we spent apart from our loved ones, the more we craved a connection. This led […]

Five Reasons You Should Have a Pet Tracker

Your pet is your best friend and a core part of your family, so it is only right that you would want to keep them safe.  However, no matter whether it is your pet dog or your cat, animals have an inquisitive nature, and it can be hard to keep track of their location, no […]

Top Uses for a GPS Pet Tracker

We all want the very best for our pets. From our dogs to our cats, they truly are a part of our family, and we want to protect and look after them in the same way we would with anyone we love. However, whether it is taking them out for a walk or simply letting […]

Difference between Microchip and GPS Trackers

Very often, many dog owners ask us, “My dog has a microchip, do I still need a GPS tracker?” The answer is YES, you still need a GPS tracker!  Key purpose: Who vs. Where The key purpose of a microchip is to identify who the dog is and what his microchip ID number is whereas […]

How to Help Your Puppy Love Everyone & Everything!

Socialization for Puppies What is Socialization?  Socialization is the process of exposing your puppy to a wide variety of people, places, sounds, tastes, smells and animals to help them become confident adults. The critical socialization period is between four and sixteen weeks of age, although socializing should continue through to adulthood and the rest of […]

Curbing the Biting

In case you haven’t noticed yet, puppies bite a lot! Biting during play is something that puppies do with their litter mates as they learn bite inhibition. As their parent you have to teach them that biting you, your clothes and your possessions is not appropriate. From day one it is imperative to not tolerate […]

Five Reasons Cats Make Great Pets

Are you looking to introduce a new pet to your family home? From dogs and cats to birds and fish, there is a vast array to choose from. However, for thousands of years, cats have been one of the most popular choices of domesticated pets, with the earliest known pet cat dating back over 9,500 years! […]

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

What is Separation Anxiety?  Separation Anxiety is a fear of being left, or possibly being left, alone. A dog with separation anxiety may whine, howl, bark, pant or pace when they believe their parents are about to leave. While parents are away dogs may bark excessively, destroy objects, urinate or defecate in the home. Separation […]

Basic Obedience for Dogs

What is Basic Obedience?  Basic Obedience is the process of teaching your dog to respond to your words. The goal is for your dog to understand and reliably respond to you in all situations. By creating this common language you can teach your dog what you want them to do and easily redirect them from […]

What is Resource Guarding?

Resource Guarding is a behaviour dogs engage in to maintain possession of, or proximity to a prized possession, through persuading other dogs and people away. This behaviour is commonly recognised when a dog is showing teeth, growling, hiding items under their head or body etc. Each dog may have certain things they hold at a […]