It’s International Assistance Dog Week! It’s a week that we love seeing approaching in our calendar, as it means we can sit back and marvel at the hard work and dedication that all our assistance dogs put in from all … Continue reading →
Dogs are smart: fact. Whether they’re chasing down criminals or shepherding sheep, our canine companions have used their smarts to do it all. And that’s one of the many reasons why we love them! Remarkably, dogs can now also add … Continue reading →
For almost 25 years, research has shown that living with pets provides various health benefits. Walking the dog is not the only way that your pooch can keep you healthy, as pets can help lower blood pressure, lessen anxiety, boost … Continue reading →
It’s something that every puppy owner has wondered at one time or another; what exactly makes a puppy grow up to be a good dog? New research published in the journal of Applied Animal Behaviour Science has some surprising answers. … Continue reading →
Everybody loves to see their dog’s tail wag because they assume that their pooch is happy, especially if you are dog walking in Croydon. Unfortunately this is merely a misconception and the dog’s tail is much more of a … Continue reading →
According to a report from the Daily Mail, there has been a significant rise in demand for large puppies; such as huskies and malamutes. However, this has correlated with greater numbers of these dogs being abandoned or given up to … Continue reading →
Stafford Borough Council is now offering cash rewards of £75 for all those who report a dog walker who fails to clean up after their dog has fouled the street. This new measure is being implemented to stop the prevalence … Continue reading →
Amongst the chaos, the news this week featured the charming story of the welcome new addition on Downing Street. A BBC article followed the story of how Chancellor George Osborne announced recently on Twitter that he had brought a new … Continue reading →
At Dog School Ltd we know that old dogs can learn new tricks, whatever people might say. Yet the process can be long and arduous, with a good many clickers clicked and treats gobbled. Teaching to fetch and beg can … Continue reading →
As confirmed dog lovers, we at Dog School Ltd find it distressing when there are so many negative dog stories in the news. Luckily recent developments in Washington may help buck that trend. Lindsay Ellsworth is a doctoral candidate in … Continue reading →
"I recently asked Dog School to help train my new puppy which was completely untrained. After the training she is now far better behaved and most importantly house trained! Would recommend to others."
We have now moved to our new training premises at the Riverside Animal Centre Beddington Park. Indoor and outdoor facilities for agility and obedience.