Category Archives: Tips and Advice

Could Your Dog be the Next Big Internet Star?

Whenever dog owners get together, there’s one thing you can be sure of – we’ll all be pulling out our phones to share pictures of our little darlings with each other. Whether it’s because your faithful friend has the adorable … Continue reading

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4 Summer Dangers For Your Canine Companion

Summer is coming and with it comes the long days, luxurious walks with your canine and the sun often longed for in colder months. But, summer is not all fun and games for your pet dog if the right precautions … Continue reading

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Reading Your Dog’s Emotions

Dogs pick up on their owners’ behaviours, so when you’re sad, happy or anxious, your puppy is more likely to approach you. It’s only natural that you’d want to reciprocate this behaviour by understanding your pooch’s emotions. This can be … Continue reading

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Four Signs That Your Dog May Require Training

It’s always ideal to start obedience training as a puppy, but we understand that this isn’t always possible. Sometimes it’s not obvious that your dog requires training until they start showing signs that they aren’t exactly behaving as you want … Continue reading

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The Benefits of a Well Trained Dog

Owning a dog is an incredibly rewarding experience – but if your dog isn’t properly trained, you may not be getting as much from them as you could. While a well-trained dog is a joy to be around, a badly … Continue reading

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Caring for Your Pooch in the Spring

Although it may not feel like the seasons have changed since the drab and dreary winter began, it is in fact the beginning of spring this month. The more observant among you may have found the early mornings brighter when … Continue reading

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A Warning For Dog Owners: Fetching Sticks Can Potentially Injure Your Dog

It has been the favourite past time of many dogs and a crucial role in creating a bond of trust between animals and owners for many years,  but is playing fetch with a stick putting your dog at serious risk … Continue reading

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Are You Ready for the Responsibility of Owning a Dog?

You’re probably sick of hearing it- especially at this time of year- that a dog is for life, not just for Christmas. While this is an incredibly important thing to remember, there will be people who genuinely want a furry … Continue reading

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Canines at Christmas: Top Tips for the Festive Season

Christmas is drawing ever nearer; a time for family and friends to get together in a spirit of giving. We’re firmly of the opinion that this should include your doggy friends; just like us, they can look forward to some … Continue reading

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5 Ways Your New Puppy is Like a Toddler

Getting a new puppy is exciting. Whether your partner has finally given into your constant moaning about how much you really, really, need a puppy or you’ve decided that a puppy will be good for the children – it’s still … Continue reading

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"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."

- Mike, Croydon
Dog School News
14/09/11

We have now moved to our new training premises at the Riverside Animal Centre Beddington Park. Indoor and outdoor facilities for agility and obedience.

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