Exploring new places with your canine companion can be a real delight, but getting there isn’t always the simplest of exercises. Likewise, if you want to take your dog for training in Croydon or to a competition this can involve … Continue reading →
Your dog is your favoured companion, great company and your best friend. It may seem harmless and easy to treat your dog to your left-over dinner, a spillage and maybe the odd treat, but there are certain foods and drinks … Continue reading →
Dogs are the most popular choice of pets in the UK. However, despite the fact that dogs are the most common form of pet ownership, there are many myths and misconceptions that exist regarding dogs.
Lack of exercise and mental stimulation can make your dog become very frustrated and bored. A bored dog can develop destructive behaviours and you might find yourself returning home from work and seeing your belongings destroyed. Another sign of boredom … Continue reading →
Have you noticed your dog scratching more than usual and automatically presumed that a simple flea treatment is needed? You may be wrong. Your dog may have an allergy. Dogs can get allergies as easily as humans can and spotting … Continue reading →
Dogs are truly special animals; they can run at extreme speeds and are one of the few animals that can successfully interpret human communication. In addition to their impressive list of skills and abilities, they have advanced memory skills being … Continue reading →
There’s so many unusual things that dogs do that make them dogs! While we can laugh at these funny quirks, it does make you wonder, why on earth do they do that? At Dog School based in Croydon, we’ve seen … Continue reading →
Dogs can be funny little creatures – or funny large ones. No matter what breed you have, there are no doubt a few little habits or behaviours that make you wonder why on earth they do that – especially if … Continue reading →
They say that dogs are a “man’s best friend” and we definitely think that this is correct. They bring joy and happiness in the short time that they spend with us; touching our hearts in their very own unique way. … Continue reading →
Bringing home a pet dog is a big commitment – you need to be ready to look after them for the rest of their life. Depending on the breed, this could be a long time – some breeds have an … 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.