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  • Your Dog | Why does my puppy yelp at bedtime? | Puppy Advice | Dog Care and Advice
    that you set her crate up near to your bed If she is near you then she should settle and learn to sleep in her crate without becoming overly distressed Over time you will be able to gradually move her crate out of your room and into the most appropriate place Doing it this way should allow you to avoid further trauma to your puppy and hopefully get some unbroken sleep All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW More puppy advice A puppy proof house Am I ready for a puppy Can you over exercise a puppy Choosing the right breed Equipment your puppy will need Feeding my new puppy Help I hate my puppy Help my puppy hates bathtime Help My puppy doesn t get on with my child Help My puppy poos inside the house House rules for a puppy How can I help my pup to settle How can I help my puppy to calm down How can I stop my puppy chasing my cat How do I get a puppy How do I house train my puppy How do I stop my puppy chewing everything How do I stop my puppy from biting How do I stop my puppy from gulping her food How do I stop my puppy from scavenging How long should I walk my puppy for How to socialize a puppy Introducing a new puppy Is puppy socialisation important My puppy doesn t play with toys when he s alone Play fighting littermates is getting out of hand Shall I get a dog or a bitch Should I be worried about a hernia on my puppy s tummy Should I get one or two dogs The 10 puppy commandments Things to consider before getting a dog Top

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  • Your Dog | Feeding a diabetes sufferer | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    the nose Help My dog s wee is burning our lawn How can I care for my diabetic dog How can I get my dog on the blood donor list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the gunk in his eyes Is my dog s new flea treatment safe to use Is my Labrador too fat Is there a shampoo for my dog s dry itchy skin Is worming treatment causing my dog to fit It s an undercover job help keep

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Health-and-Care/feeding-a-diabetes-sufferer.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: How can I teach my dog tricks? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    a cue such as Touch it as your dog moves towards the target with his nose The next stage is to start moving the target around but remember not to make it too difficult for your dog You might just move it around on the floor to begin with then hold it up a little and then place it on something at your dog s nose level If you d like to teach your dog to shut a door put the target on a door and open it slightly To start with ask your dog to touch the target and reward whenever his nose touches the target If he s comfortable with this focus on only rewarding him when he touches the target strongly enough to make the door move slightly Gradually increase the amount that you want him to move the door until you re rewarding him as the door shuts For more information about Battersea Dogs Cats Home call 0843 509 4444 email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it visit the Battersea Dogs Cats Home website follow them on Twitter or find them on Facebook Tags tricks target training All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Click here to search for dog rescue centres More dog rescue advice Am I ready for a rescue dog Battersea Q A Can my rescue dog live in a kennel Battersea Q A Dog walking in the darker months Battersea Q A Finding the right dog for you Battersea Q A Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween Battersea Q A Help My dog won t go to the vet Battersea Q A Helping a dog with arthritis Battersea Q A House training your rescue dog Battersea Q A How can I manage my dog s moulting Battersea Q A How can I stop my thieving dog Battersea Q A How can I teach my dog tricks Battersea Q A How do I get my dog to go to his bed Battersea Q A How do I keep my Terrier entertained Battersea Q A How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy Battersea Q A How to get your dog to mind their manners Battersea Q A How to help your dog enjoy Christmas Battersea Q A How to improve my dog s recall Battersea Q A Is scent work ideal for my sniffer dog Battersea Q A Keeping my rescue dog exercised Battersea Q A Keeping your dog calm on Bonfire Night Battersea Q A My rescue dog loves me too much Battersea Q A My rescue dog won t eat Battersea Q A New Year s resolutions for your dog Battersea Q A Preparing for Christmas with your dog Battersea Q A Preparing your dog for firework season Battersea Q A Should I take my dog on holiday with me Battersea Q A Socialising your rescue puppy Battersea Q A Teach your

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  • Your Dog | How can I get my dog on the blood donor list? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the gunk in his eyes Is my dog s new flea treatment safe to use Is my Labrador too fat Is there a shampoo for my dog s dry itchy skin Is worming treatment causing my dog to fit It s an undercover job help keep your dog comfy in the skin they re in Keep your dog calm and carry on this bonfire night Keeping your dog s nails trim Leaving my dog alone Living with canine epilepsy Making a dog Easter egg Managing pancreas problems Microchipping your dog My dog eats her own poo My dog has a heart murmur is there anything I can do My dog has an unusual growth what could it be My dog has been diagnosed with thrombocytopenia What happens now My dog has cancer what next My dog is scared

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  • Your Dog | My dog has an unusual growth - what could it be? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    dog was bitten on the nose Help My dog s wee is burning our lawn How can I care for my diabetic dog How can I get my dog on the blood donor list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the gunk in his eyes Is my dog s new flea treatment safe to use Is my Labrador too fat Is there a shampoo for my dog s dry itchy skin Is worming treatment causing my dog to fit It s an

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  • Your Dog | How do I rehome my dog? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    prepared to offer us whatever level of support we needed to achieve that We decided that we d do our utmost to give Jake more exercise each day In reality though without a major change in our circumstances this just wasn t achievable for us Jake was unhappy and I was unhappy because I knew how much his life had changed yet he d done nothing to deserve that isolation and lack of attention I was also aware that I d soon have to start earning a living Some months later we made the final gut wrenching decision to find Jake a new home through ESSW That was when I met ESSW volunteer Hilary Eccles I felt she truly understood our circumstances and she assured me that I was doing the right thing by Jake I wrote down everything I could think of about Jake to help ESSW find the right home for him After a little while ESSW informed us that they d heard from some potential new owners who were interested in Jake a newly retired active couple with experience of owning Springers They d decided to come to the area to meet and spend time with him Meanwhile Jake would stay with Hilary Saying goodbye And so the day came for Jake to leave Someone once told me that in difficult times you should talk to your dog because they understand more than people think I d been explaining to Jake for some time what was going to happen and why He helped me to pack his belongings With his tennis ball in his mouth he watched me put the rest of his things into a bag It was as though he knew what was about to happen and he was asking is it time to go yet I felt he understood and that it was what he wanted All that was left was to say goodbye When Hilary arrived to collect him Jake and I had one last big cuddle And he was gone Four years living with a Springer ended with a very sudden sort of stillness This was going to take some getting used to No more nudging me for his share of a tin of tuna no wagging tail to come home to and no more unconditional love and loyalty from our little boy Naturally and thankfully the newly retired couple fell instantly in love with Jake and they took him home Since then we ve received many updates on his progress He settled instantly behaves impeccably enjoys three walks a day and receives about as much love as he can handle I ve asked myself what sort of people take on a dog in Jake s circumstances and take the time to make sure his previous owners are assured of his happiness I m eternally grateful to these good people for giving us and Jake a happy ending Although I ll never forgive myself for failing Jake who due to our inability

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Rescue-Centres/how-do-i-rehome-my-dog.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Why does my dog have runny poo? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    your dog cremated He s raiding the kitchen Help choosing insurance Help for haematoma Help My dog has a yeast overgrowth Help My dog is allergic to dust Help My dog is refusing to go on a walk Help My dog is scared of spot on Help My dog loves to chase bees Help My dog suffers with her paws and pads Help My dog was bitten on the nose Help My dog s wee is burning our lawn How can I care for my diabetic dog How can I get my dog on the blood donor list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing

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  • Your Dog | Help - I hate my puppy! | Puppy Advice | Dog Care and Advice
    puppy in some damaging way It s incredibly important to understand that anxiety resentment and panic in the face of all the changes and demands new puppies bring with them are pretty common initial human reactions It is OK to accept these early feelings which nearly always change with time but also critical to get professional help if you continue to feel you can t cope Great expectations Puppies are far more adaptable than most owners give them credit for especially if you always stick to the same rules and routines from day one If however you start them off with one routine or expectation then suddenly try to change it or take it away it can cause them considerable upset or distress Owners instinctively know this which is why they so often get stuck with what they ve started routine wise even if it means more stress for themselves I had a desperately stressed client for instance whose problems stemmed back to her establishing a routine of getting up At 1 30am each morning to take her puppy out to the toilet apparently as a result of something she had read in a book I asked her when she intended to stop doing this She didn t know She also let her puppy sleep in a crate in her bedroom at night with a view she said to moving him downstairs later Like when Again she didn t know She just knew she was totally exhausted not least because a fidgety little puppy in your bedroom is hardly a recipe for a good night s sleep I encouraged her to bite the bullet and make changes sooner rather than later The puppy was moved downstairs with actually less trauma than was feared and the 1 30am toilet shift was cancelled The puppy can now hold on overnight and his owner is a completely different person as a result of getting sufficient sleep New challenges Susan today is also a very different woman Having confronted all her earliest fears and anxieties about her puppy better understood her basic needs as well as the impact of her own misdirected grief she is so much happier She has also learned to love her gorgeous little dog exactly for who she is Every new puppy we own brings new challenges We always think we will never love him as much as other dogs we have owned but we always do Time passes the bond slowly grows and strengthens and then one day we suddenly realise that getting this dog whom we once stressed and agonised so much about all those years ago was one of the best things we ever did How to avoid puppy stress Make sure you feel able to cope with the demands of a new puppy Establish separate quarters for your puppy where he can do least damage should he wee or poo in the wrong place or chew things Establish routines that give you ample rest from your

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Puppy-Advice/help-i-hate-my-puppy.html (2016-02-08)
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