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Socialising Your Dog During COVID-19
This video tells you everything you need to know to feel comfortable socialising your dog during COVID-19. Please be aware that this video was made during stage 2 restrictions. Make sure you follow guidelines for your area and stay safe.
However, the information in this video is still extremely helpful if you do find yourself in this situation whilst out exercising etc.
Activities To Do With Your Dog In The Backyard
This video gives you heaps of pointers on fun things you can try with your dog in the backyard at home.
There are tips for many different things so you are bound to find something your furry friend enjoys!
This video is an excerpt from the first of a series of Training Webinars being hosted by the Awarded Australia's #1 Dog Obedience and Puppy School.
There are 3 key steps to correctly socialising your puppy. This video outlines why it's important to socialise properly, and the benefits to doing so. How do I socialise my Dog? How do I get my dog not to live in fear? How to socialise with other dogs? How do I train my dog not to be fearful of things around the house? All of these are great questions which can be more understood in this video.
A short sit down Q&A with Val Bonney, Author of Australia's #1 Books on Dog Obedience, where she provides advice on how to prevent your dog from developing separation anxiety when we inevitably return to our normal lives after Covid-19. Owners who understand their dogs and the behaviour patterns will always get the best from their dog.
In this video we show you what you need to know to get your best friend happy cruising with you in the car! Understanding your dog and appreciating their behaviour allows us to really have "A Best Friend". Training your dog to understand its environments will make a big difference.
In this Video Christian Bonney - 3rd generation Bonnies Dog Obedience and Puppy School trainer, will give you some of the tips and tricks to make travelling in a car great for everyone. When you feed your dog in the car remember that this is just to get them used to being in the car. Don't feed them in the car and then drive off. Christian recommends that you don't feed your dog for about 45 minutes before you travel. Take them to the toilet after feeding and then you can travel with them.