Getting your dog to bark less will take time, work, practice and consistency. It won’t happen overnight but one of the first things you can try is to actually teach your dog to bark on cue. This might sound weird, but it’s actually a brilliant way to reduce barking and get your dog to stop barking when you ask!
Here’s my fun step by step guide to indoor nosework training with your dog. Do let me know how you get on! Did you know – 15 minutes of hard sniffing work is as good as an hours walk for your dog?
With the promise of some warmer weather I thought it was time to reveal my Spring Snuggle Sacks. With 100% cotton outers and faux sheep fur lining they are still warm and snuggly, but offer a lighter weight – think of it as changing your duvet from 13.5 tog to 10.5 tog!
What do you do when waving your tasty piece of crispy chicken skin around just isn’t a better offer than those pigeons your dog is chasing?