Yes, I have a reactive dog. No, it is not my fault!

The article below has been written by Dr Isla Fishburn, it looks at why some dogs are 'reactive', interpreting that reactivity and the stigma associated with it. Yes, I have a reactive dog. No, it is not my fault! You hear it wherever you go if you have a reactive dog, “Oh, you just need …

2014 in Pictures 46/52

I took Zephyr to the beach on Thursday with Emily and Boo. We went to Berrow and had the beach to ourselves. Trying to choose one photo for this blog post was difficult as we took so many and Zeph was having such a fun time! If you want to see all the photos then …

Now Open!

We now have a shop page!!! We will be selling the wonderful liver treats made by 'Beautiful Joe's'. For each packet you buy they donate a packet to a rescue centre and I donate 10% profit to Wolfdog Rescue (the rest of the profit will go towards stock so we can keep this up!). So, …

Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety in a dog can be very stressful, for both them and their owner. There is a wide scale of distress shown, which can range from a dog being unable to settle right through to howling, destruction, urination and panic. Where ever you are on that scale it would be helpful to both you …