Recently, I have been reading up on some of the latest theories about dogs and how they view the world around them. Not only is such research fascinating, an appreciation of the dog’s world also gives us greater insights in how to live and communicate better with our ‘best . . . → Read More: Making sense of it all
This sort of thing makes me really cross!
I received an email at the weekend from someone who was very upset after being verbally abused for ‘correcting’ her dog. This person had, apparently, tugged the leash and said a firm ‘no’ when her young dog tried to jump up at a passer-by. . . . → Read More: Time to Move On
I love my dog more than I can ever possibly say and I would do anything within my power to keep him safe, healthy and happy. He is absolutely not just a dog, just a possession or just anything else and I feel sorry for those people who have never . . . → Read More: Why my dog is not my ‘Furbaby’
One of the first articles we ever published on Paws Around Berkshire was about the consequences of dogs meeting up incorrectly when out walking: Dog on Dog Attacks. Sadly, nearly four years later, this is still one of the most frustrating and potentially . . . → Read More: He only wants to play…