Puppy Socialisation

Socialisation is one of the most important things you can do for your puppy as it helps them become calm and confident canines. It’s all about giving them lots of positive new experiences, especially in their first few weeks of life. Socialisation since 2020 The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic...

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5 Fun Nose Games

Do you rely on your ball thrower on your walks, or have a dog who put’s his nose into everywhere & everything?   Here you will find 5 Nose Games to play with your dog, giving them an outlet for their natural desire to sniff and search. Grab your free guide Your dog’s nose can...

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Avoidance & Your K9 Companion

Avoidance for the veteran is all about the need to feel safe. It is normal for a soldier to shop late at night and the only shop in a store he feels familiar with, one in which he knows the aisles and where things are. He is avoiding crowds, to lessen the threat, to keep safe.At the moment we are...

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Fight, flight or freeze

When a soldier is under threat, he quickly learns there are only three options, fight, flight, or freeze. The process of making the decision and taking action happens in a nano second, but to the soldier time has slowed down in his head and it seems like hours. These are survival instincts and...

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Self-isolation & your K9 Companion.

As a veteran struggling with mental health, self-isolation can be self-imposed, as fear increases your world begins to shrink which makes it more difficult to push yourself to go out. You become overwhelmed in busy places, the normal hustle and bustle of everyday life is seen as threatening. Due...

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Operation COVID-19

What a strange world we are living in at the moment; lockdown, self-isolation, social distancing, being reminded to do simple tasks like washing our hands. Soldiers on operational tours are exposed to these conditions on a daily basis. Operation COVID-19 is alien for us and we are all taking time...

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