Totally Distinctive Dog Training
A quick photo montage of some of the animals that I have been lucky to know. Zeb the Dutch rabbit. The handsome guy is Sam, with the cup we won for obedience work, I learned so much about normal dog behaviour from him. The black hairy monster is Frizbee, he loved agility and could clear a six foot fence. Pepper with her glorious ginger eyebrows needed a lot of rehabilitation as she was a victim of social depravation syndrome. The orange peril is Tobus he really helped Pepper learn to behave like a dog before she died of cancer. Our first German Shepherd Dog was Alba, she came to us at a year old, very stressed and skinny. Doll is my Fell Pony, we have shared each others lives for over 21 years, she was great friends with Frizbee and won't have anything to do with any of the other dogs! Our latest arrivals are the residents of Chickenopolis; Hetty, Princess Laya, Delores Chicken and Mrs Marlow. And finally our permanent visitor, Jake a Welsh cross pony who lives in happy retirement with Doll.
Not your average trainer
Just imagine no hassles just a dog that it is a delight to have in your home.
If you want your dog to do tricks I'm not the trainer for you.
Food for thought
Food for thought
Despite being on a weight loss diet Tobus kept gaining weight, was always hungry and also very smelly. At the same time when we rehomed Alba, she was not interested in her food at all, was very stressed and thin.
After researching and finding out more about processed dog food I changed them to a raw diet which has worked wonders. I was so impressed with the effect changing their diet had on every aspect of health and well being that I wanted to find out more.
The study bug...
At the moment I am studying Pet Bereavement and learning about silent pain in animals.