Many of us have probably been there, gone to a doctor and either they’ve introduced the idea of an assistance dog or you have. In
There are several different preferred methods for preparing a dog for fireworks. Some people prefer to provide a safe space, veterinarian prescribed medication, herbal remedies, naturopathic, training, and other methods.
There is a lot more to a dog walk than just the act of walking. We discuss the different types of walks and why it is important to enable our dogs to experience a variety of them.
Help! I’ve got an overexcitable, high energy dog. It’s a nightmare! Sound familiar? You’re not alone. We’ve collated some tips to help manage that high energy, demanding dog!
Being out with a dog in a vest with the famous words “assistance dog” brings a lot of comments and questions from the general public. Some smart, some not so smart.
Here are the 10 more popular questions we find asked!
For a training session to go smoothly and for you and your dog to be on the same wavelength, there needs to be some structure and clear communication. Find out how to maximise your dog’s training and enrichment sessions using these boundaries.
In any relationship, boundaries are essential for the happiness and safety of both parties. This applies to both humans and dogs. Dogs need boundaries in a variety of ways and for many reasons, which we explore in this post.
It is obviously a very challenging time at the moment amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, with a lot of upheaval and change for most of us. This can be tough for dogs too, so here are some tips on how to make sure to keep them stimulated, calm and maintain their training.
Being very low on energy is an all too common occurrence when you live with chronic physical and mental illness. Here are some tips for how to get that essential training done with your dog, despite your symptoms.
A fellow Assistance Dog handler has created some fantastic training and vet log templates and shared them with the community. And we got permission to share them with you!