Being Accountable

Today's short blog is all about being accountable. So what has being accountable got to do with dog training?? For me being accountable is making sure I'm training the skills I want to train each day / week. It is so easy to get busy with everyday life and dog training can sometimes get put [...]

Looking for Progress and NOT Perfection

So I wanted to write a quick blog about something that I see is a problem in dog training and that is when the handlers are constantly looking for perfection when training.. In other words the finished article / behaviour. For example : Loose lead walking / walking to heal. The perfect sit and wait. [...]

The Up’s and Down’s of Dog Training

OK so today I feel like this: Last night I had a testing time with my oldest dog Milo at agility training. Milo's problem is not the equipment itself, he often confidently does that without hesitation or error, Milo's problem is his excitement! He loves agility so much he sometimes gets himself so exited he [...]