If you are into training your dog, like to keep him/her mentally stimulated and want to spend an original and fun weekend this one is for you. There is a 2-day CSI course (subtitled “Murder, Fun, Mystery & Your Dog”) held by reknown dog trainer and behaviourist John Rogerson, coming to Kent in just two weeks! And only a couple of spots left.
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Your social media feeds are a parade of Instafamous canines and many of the pooches pose looking at the camera like they were born dog models. If you struggle to obtain the same results with your dog, because of he/she loses interest, turns away, gives an unimpressed look or runs after the cat, this is for you. In this post we reveal three secret tricks you can use to teach your dog to look straight to the camera, wait in position and get ready to become the best dog photo model, while having fun.
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Have you ever let your dog off leash only to see it run after a squirrel, cat, or sheep? There is a popular video from 2011, depicting Fenton the black labrador chasing a herd of deers in Richmond Park, while his owner – helplessly and desperately – tries to get hold of him.
Certainly no dog owner can possibly wish to find himself/herself in Fenton’s handler’s shoes.
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For the second post in The Londog’s series “Stories”, which narrate about people and their special bonds with dogs, I interviewed Kamal Fernandez. Kamal is a renown dog trainer and dog sports coach, his specialities being obedience and agility. Based in the UK, Kamal also travels the world to teach at seminars and give lectures on dog training, behaviour and competitive dog sports. Recently, he took part in TV programme ‘Dogs Might Fly’, which was broadcast on SKY One.
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