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  • DogBasics.co.uk articles about mental stimulation and activity for dogs
    to outmanoeuvre its prey Another problem can be to negotiate the terrain The wolf might want to cross a wild stream to get to a prey that he can feel the cent of on the other side That would become a problem of getting around the object in order to get to the other side The conclusion would be that our dogs can never get enough of problem solving exercises It is natural for them and it will make them grow into more self confident dogs As dog owners we have to learn not to rush to our dogs side and help them before they even get around to trying to solve their problems If you have the time try to let your dog solve the problem it self like getting untangled from its lead or finding the hole in the fence where they got through to the other side Or maybe get to that toy that fell between the stairs In addition we can give our dogs some extra home made problems Finding treats under a cloth Take a clean old towel or cloth that you don¹t need anymore and put it on the floor with a treat underneath it at the very edge of the towel This is to ensure that the dog will find the treat and that he she won¹t give up and loose his self confidence Continue this training by putting the treat further and further in under the towel When your dog can handle this it is time to make the task a bit more tricky Put the towel flat on the floor put a treat at one of the corners on top off it Start rolling the towel up diagonally placing treats strategically along the rim of the roll Stop when you have

    Original URL path: http://www.dogbasics.co.uk/articles/activity.html (2016-02-08)
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  • DogBasics.co.uk articles about mental stimulation and activity for dogs 2
    When you feel that your dog understands the exercise try to send him her forward without actually throwing the toy Make the motion but don¹t let go of the toy As your dog goes forward give him her masses of praise and follow up by throwing the ball it is just going to be a bit delayed Do this every other time you practice later you can do this twice in a row three times in a row At the end of the training you should be able to send your dog forward on command without him her expecting a ball to follow up after the command Like with all dog exercises you should go back to the basic training every once in a while to remind the dog that it is worth continuing to listen to the commands because you never know when you might get that reward Toy names Teach your dog the names of different toys by repeating the names of them each time your dog picks them up These names should be fairly short for example the ball simply ball the soft toy softie Teach one name at a time so you don¹t confuse your dog This may take a couple of days to train per toy Start by presenting the first toy that you want to teach the name of to the dog saying the name of the toy as your dog takes it in its mouth Repeat this every time you have a chance for instance when playing with your dog or if you see your dog playing with the toy on his own Sending to a specific object Once your dog knows at least two different toys names we can start sending them to the toy of our choice Bring both toys out

    Original URL path: http://www.dogbasics.co.uk/articles/activity2.html (2016-02-08)
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  • DogBasics.co.uk article about search exercises for dogs
    her treats Do the same thing again but now expand the area a bit Continue in the same way until you can spread the treats as far as you can throw without your dog loosing interest and giving up this might take a couple of days training Searching for a toy I hope that your dog likes toys as it is needed for the next exercise Take your dogs favourite toy out into the garden sit your dog down or have someone hold him her as you go out and place the toy with a small treat underneath it on the lawn Your dog will find the toy using his her eyes in this stage of the training but it doesn t matter We want to take it slow so your dog will know exactly what we expect him her to do Go back to your dog and say search and let your dog go As your dog finds the toy run out to him her and praise him her and play around with the toy on the spot your dog found it Repeat this exercise making it more and more difficult for your dog to see where you are placing the toy If your dog seems really interested in this game you can try and cut out the treats Advancing To take the exercises a bit further when your dog can do the above exercises you go out on a field with high grass and do the exercises again from the top small area let your dog see where you drop the toy or treat and from there you can just continue to expand the area you work on When your dog gets really good at finding the toy in high grass you can start throwing the toy out

    Original URL path: http://www.dogbasics.co.uk/articles/search.html (2016-02-08)
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  • DogBasics.co.uk article about balancing exercises for dogs
    The dog is a direct descendant to the wolf and wolfs travel great distances when they are out trekking Up hills and down hills over rocks under branches and over streams Just like the wolf the dog has an amazing sense of balance Exercising your dogs balance is really important and it is both a mental and physical exercise One word of warning before you start be careful with this kind of exercise if your dog is under a year old or if your dog has got any physical problems like hip dysplasia This is what you can do When you are out in the forest or a in a park with your dog try to find a fallen tree a slanting rock or a low park bench Try to get your dog to climb up and balance on the object Do it without any force just coax your dog encourage him to get up on the object I would use a treat or a favourite toy to encourage them If your dog seems reluctant make sure you take it very slowly and praise your dog for putting one paw on the object Keep training with just getting that one paw up on the tree or rock You will notice after a couple of training sessions that your dog will carefully try to put a second paw up If he she does give him her masses of praise Continue exercising until your dog is up on the tree or rock with all four legs This may take a couple of weeks training Never never help the dog up by force That will not only destroy the exercise it will also turn into a fragile situation that can make your dog uncomfortable around you Be careful Also be careful so you

    Original URL path: http://www.dogbasics.co.uk/articles/balancing.html (2016-02-08)
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  • DogBasics.co.uk article about what to do when you have lost your dog
    s Refuse Department in case of a road traffic accident Neighbouring Councils Dog Wardens your dog might not stick to his own county so it is worth trying areas around you Ask local postmen milkmen street cleaners bin men and taxi drivers if they have seen your dog or if they could keep an eye out for him her Network Rail 08457 114 141 if your dog has been hit by a train they would know What to do next Item that smells of your home If your dog ran away leave an item of clothing that smells of you so don t put something down that has just been washed use an old sweater you ve been wearing or similar at the spot where you last saw him If you were out on a walk that you drove to by car also put an item that smells of home by the spot where your car was parked You can also put a bowl of water by these locations in case your dog needs a drink Return to these two spots with regular intervals and call for your dog Most dogs will return to where they saw you last and look for you Posters of your dog Make up posters with your dogs picture on them make sure the image is really clear and large Describe your dog and where he got lost Leave a phone number on the poster where people can reach you at all times mobile phone is best If you can offer a reward as there are lost of horrid people out there who snatch dogs to get a reward and even though it isn t right I d rather pay to get my dog back safe and sound than not knowing what happened to him Put the posters up on notice boards in the window at news agents vets groomers pet shops local supermarkets police station etc You can also put posters up on lamp posts for ultimate exposure The more people that are aware of your dog missing the more eyes will see him if he appears If you can t make a poster yourself you can have one made for you at http www doglost co uk Up to date details If your dog is micro chipped or tattooed make sure all your details are correct with the corresponding database If you had your dog micro chipped at the vets call them to double check that they have the correct address and phone number for you If your dog is tagged was the tag up to date Web sites to add your dogs details to There are lots of web sites that feature lost and found dogs cats and other pets Here is a selection of sites I ve found http www doglost co uk http www champdogsforum co uk cgi bin board board show pl bid 14 http www lostyourpet net http www flealess org lostpets england html http www dogpages org

    Original URL path: http://www.dogbasics.co.uk/articles/lostdogs.html (2016-02-08)
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  • DogBasics.co.uk article about microchipping dogs
    getting your pet back if he is micro chipped Why Microchip Every day unidentified pets are humanely destroyed in animal homes throughout the country Many could have been reunited with their worried owners if identification had been possible Collars break and identification tags fall off and get lost For a one off payment a pet can be microchipped and owners details logged into a central database for life If your pet is lost stolen or has run away with a micro chip fitted you will be contacted as soon as your pet is found There are over 3 000 scanners in use all over the country at rescue centres vets dog wardens and police which can read the unique code stored in the microchip It is then a simple process of looking up the owner details stored on the PetLog database PetLog is the national central database run by the Kennel Club PetLog will confirm your contact details and you will be reunited with your pet Microchipping is a harmless and permanent way to identify your pet About the micro chipping procedure Your pet can be microchipped at a very reasonable cost without the stress for your pet to be in a vets practice with all other animals and hospital smells A certified implanter of pet detect microchips can make homevisits if required The micro chipping process if very short It takes only a couple of seconds to do the micro chipping and the rest of the time spent is filling out the paperwork which should take but 10 minutes By the end of the day your pet will be registered onto the PetLog system The microchip is about the size of a grain of rice Once inserted the microchip cannot move about or be seen but can be read

    Original URL path: http://www.dogbasics.co.uk/articles/microchip.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Dog sitting in Ovington, Norfolk, IP25 6RZ, UK - DogBasics.co.uk
    need their rest after all the work Any food regime you supply the food lots of fun cuddles and TLC Pictures of your dogs stay with us All the photos I take of the dogs in my care will be added to the online photo album Click here to see what previous boarding and day care dogs have been up to in our care About our home boarding When you go away give your dog a holiday too Your dog will live in the house with us and will get 1 5 3 hours walking per day fun exercises play games with a dog trainer relaxation sessions and lots of TLC No kennels in sight unless one of the other boarding dogs have arrived with a crate in tow The dogs are never left unsupervised even at night I always sleep in the room with them We can take dogs with problem behaviours but we can very rarely help with dogs with dog dog aggression If we don t have any other dogs booked for the dates you are looking for we will be happy to consider a dog with dog to dog aggression issues We can deal with dogs with separation anxiety and boredome chewers There is someone with the dogs at all times including night time We are certified by Breckland Council You can see our licence here How to book Bookings are made via email Once we have agreed on days and dates you will be invoiced on a montly basis in advance Once we have received payment for the invoice your booking is secure Email info dogbasics co uk How many dogs do we take in per day We won t take on more than 3 dogs day care 2 dogs day and boarding usually 0

    Original URL path: http://www.dogbasics.co.uk/dogsitting/dogboarding.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Dog Day Care in Ovington, Norfolk, IP25 6RZ, UK - DogBasics.co.uk
    in the house at any one time between 1 5 3 hours walking day Relaxation the dogs will need their rest after all the work Any food regime you supply the food lots of fun cuddles and TLC Pictures of your dogs stay with us All the photos I take of the dogs in my care will be added to the online photo album Click here to see what previous boarding and day care dogs have been up to in our care About our Dog Day Care creche Avoid those disappointing moments when you come home from work only to find that your dog has chewed up half the house or to hear the neighbour complaining that your dog has been barking all day long Now you can bring your dog to our daily dog crèche instead for days full of activities and play The DogBasics Dog Day Care is open Monday Sunday 6 30am to 6 30pm We can deal with dogs with separation anxiety and boredome chewers There is someone with the dogs in the house at all times The dogs are walked between 1 5 3 hours so they will be nice and tired when you pick them up We are certified by Breckland Council You can see our licence here How to book Bookings are made via email Once we have agreed on days and dates you will be invoiced on a montly basis in advance Once we have received payment for the invoice your booking is secure Email info dogbasics co uk How many dogs do we take in per day We won t take on more than 3 dogs day care 2 dogs day and boarding usually 0 1 dogs day Your dog will get plenty of one 2 one attention How young old

    Original URL path: http://www.dogbasics.co.uk/dogsitting/dogdaycare.html (2016-02-08)
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