Hot dogs – Keep cool to stay kewl

With the weather this week heading up to 35 degrees, a little time to plan for your dog can save them a lot of discomfort. Make sure fresh water is available for your doggo all the time.  Carry some with you on walks. One old fashioned remedy is to keep a block of rock sulphur […]


I don’t know about you but Easter Time is my favourite time of year!  The days are getting longer so me and my dogs Teddy and Scarlett can enjoy some relaxing evening walks.   Blossom is on the tree so you know its spring and my yellow forsythia in the garden looks so colourful after the […]


A DOG’S NEEDS Name three of a dog’s needs 1. food 2. water 3. love and affection – but not too much HEALTH How do you know if your dog is ill?  True/False 4.  Your normally active dog becomes lethargic True 5.  Your dog vomits and/or coughs a lot True 6.   Your dog has muddy […]

Cup Night 2019

Walking Group

Do you take your dog to the same park every day, maybe on your own? Our Walking Group may be of interest to you. You will have friends to chat to. Your dog will love it! On the first Sunday of every month members get together with Jubilee Park Dog Training Club and we visit […]

Snow Time! How can I keep my dog safe in the snow?

No matter what the weather our best friend still needs exercise and most dogs love to have fun in the snow. Small dogs and dogs with short hair would be more comfortable with a coat. Measure your dog from the back of the neck to the base of his tail to get the best fit. […]


With Fireworks and Dwali continuing for many weeks from now right up to Christmas and New Year, sadly this can mean suffering for some of our four-legged friends. I am sure you will agree with me there are too many fireworks and they should be confined to organised displays only. Your dog might be ok […]

CAR TRAVEL with Puppies and Dogs

I. The first thing to do is to help your dog/Puppy get used to this small space. Some dogs see cars like a scary crate on wheels. The car moves very fast with the outside world flashing by the windows.  The engine roars and there are turns and sometimes sudden stops.  Then we arrive at […]

Why crate train your puppy?

On a family outing to Whipsnade Zoo many years ago, I was looking forward to seeing the wolves up close and personal.  Well maybe not too close.  When I found the enclosure, I was disappointed because there were no wolves to be seen. Peering through the wire fence I noticed there was a large mound […]

How long should I spend training my puppy each day?

Ten minutes each day is long enough to train your puppy or dog. Training can be incorporated into every day life. For instance: Practice your recall when you call puppy in from the garden (happy voice, lots of praise!) Practice your wait or stay when feeding your dog his meal Practice food manners at the next meal […]