Pet Training

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    By | December 18, 2017 | Blog

    Some cats will know how to use a cat flap, others will need an extra helping hand. Most adult cats or kittens can be successfully trained on how to use a cat flap. Cats that are used to using a cat flap may even become suspicious of a new cat flap and may find

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    By | September 30, 2017 | Blog

    Begging is a very common behaviour problem faced by many dog owners. For many dog owners it can become a frustrating thing trying to eat a snack or sit down to a meal with their dog hounding their every move. Many dogs will resort to behaviours, such

  • Kitten

    By | September 4, 2017 | Blog

    Experiencing their new home for the first time can be very overwhelming for a tiny kitten. Every kitten comes with their own unique personality; some can be shy while others can be more confident in new surroundings. Whatever their character, for a kitten to

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    By | June 14, 2017 | Blog

    Dogs are inquisitive by nature and enjoy exploring their surroundings, this can lead to encounters with friendly and not-so-friendly animals. Bites from a startled snake can injure or even fatally wound your dog. If you live in an area where snakes are known

  • Leash train your cat

    By | March 22, 2017 | Blog

    Leashes are for dogs right? While cats tend to go wherever they want, sometimes you may want to take your cat for a walk and show them off, like the dog people do. It is possible to train some cats to walk on a leash but it is not an easy process, and its best

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    By | December 20, 2016 | Blog

    Many adult adopted or rescue dogs may not need to be housetrained at all or may just simply need a refresher course to get back into the swing of things. Adult dogs have a greater attention span and are easier and faster to train than puppies. By sticking to a

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    By | July 20, 2016 | Blog

    Most cats are more than happy to make use of a litter box or tray as it is a natural instinct for them to bury their urine and faeces.   Your cat does not just simply need a litter box, it needs to be a clean box as well with fresh litter in it at all

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    By | July 20, 2016 | Blog

    It can be frustrating to have a dog that continually digs holes everywhere in the garden.  In most cases, digging is a natural behaviour and it is done for a variety of reasons and each one needs a specific solution. These are the most common reasons for

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    By | November 9, 2015 | Blog

    When playing in the pool, safety is always important!  Here are the 7 things you should do for your dog before, during, and after a swim. Determine if your dog is a strong swimmer, NOT by breed but by personality and confidence in the water. You may