Training and behaviour information sheets

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Training and behaviour information sheets

Post by LizP on Mon May 29 2017, 11:55

We have several information sheets on various subjects that crop up regularly. These are intended as helpful guides to give you some ideas of things to try. They are written by our members who are not professional dog trainers. We advise you to use them carefully and remember the following:


  • always read your dog's body language to assess that he is happy with what you are asking him to do
  • never ask your dog to do anything that you feel he is not able to or is unhappy doing
  • only do things that you are comfortable with
  • if you have a significant problem, it is always advisable to seek the help of a professional trainer or behaviourist. We will shortly have a sheet on seeking professional help


Please note that you remain responsible for any training you do with you dog. Our advice is general and not necessarily for your own specific situation.


General Training Basics

Debunking the dominance theory

Addressing fear

External resources - recommended videos and books

Is my dog aggressive?

Teaching loose lead walking

Crate use and training

Separation Anxiety

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