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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: How to get your dog to mind their manners | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    and never leave your dog unattended Keep your dog on the lead Have water available for your dog at all times Give your dog a break and take her for a calm walk away from the busy areas Keep your dog focused on you by using treats Reward all your dog s good behaviour with treats and praise and ignore any unwanted behaviour Increase your distance from anything your dog may react to or be unsure about Don t worry about leaving if your dog is finding it all a bit much to cope with Make sure you don t stay in the sun for too long and keep your dog in the shade Even if parked in the shade cars get very hot very quickly so don t leave your dog in the car even if it s only for a short period of time 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 behaviour manners socialisation 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 dog something new Battersea Q A

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Will my dog cope with my newborn baby? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    your dog used to the baby s crying there are plenty of CDs on the market with crying baby sounds to accustom your dog to them Practise lead walking alongside a pram You are likely to have a lot of visitors coming round so it s worth getting your dog used to people and brushing up on manners such as ignoring all jumping up and introducing a sit when greeting people If your dog is used to a specific routine you will also want to start changing it so that a certain lack of routine also becomes routine There are going to be lots and lots of changes in your dog s world To make them as stress free as you can make sure he is used to as many of them as possible before the baby arrives 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 training baby 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 dog something new Battersea Q A What should I get my rescue dog for Christmas

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Dog walking in the darker months | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    to brush up on training and set yourself little goals along your walk Why not ask your dog for a different behaviour every third lamppost or tree you get to Don t just practise the normal sits and downs but teach your dog something new such as getting him to touch your hands your feet and weave in between your legs or even a spin At home make up for the shorter walks by giving your dog his dinner in food toys to give him something to think about or teach him to find his toys and play search games in your living room You could also take the time to teach your dog to wipe his feet on the doormat to save you vacuuming up all the mud after each walk or offer you both front and back paws for easy drying and cleaning after walks 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 walking winter 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 dog something new Battersea Q A

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    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 fear Halloween 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

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Rescue-Centres/battersea-q-a-help-your-dog-feel-less-spooked-at-halloween.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Preparing your dog for firework season | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    struggle with slightly more and slowly increase the volume Then repeat the process this time with both sounds interrelated like an actual firework display It would be very easy at this point for your dog to regress if he experienced an actual firework display and that negative experience would make him worried again So counter condition the fireworks by associating the sounds with something really enjoyable so that fireworks come to signal the arrival of a pleasant experience To do this wait for the sound of the firework to play and then get out Alfie s favourite toy or food put it away as soon as the sound stops and get it out as soon as that sound reappears But you should still take every precaution to ensure your pet is not exposed to fireworks The Battersea website has tips on how to keep your pet safe on Bonfire Night You can download fireworks sounds from the internet or buy CDs of firework noises 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 fireworks bonfire fear 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

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Should I take my dog on holiday with me? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    from our dogs there is the option of them coming with us There are plenty of pet friendly hotels B Bs and camping and caravanning sites around Britain or you could consider taking your pet further afield and venturing to the continent If you decide to go abroad visit the Defra website to make sure you are fully aware of the pet passport criteria and any extra vaccinations that you should consider as well as legislation regarding dogs in the country you are going to and any you may be travelling through You can find out more useful information about taking your dog on holiday with you and search for your perfect dog friendly holiday by visiting Your Dog Holidays It is also worth ensuring you have details of out of hours vets in the areas you will be going to in case of any emergencies And brush up on any training prior to going so that your dog doesn t show you up Whatever you decide make sure that all your microchip details are up to date as well as your dog s ID tag Leave your contact details as well as your insurance and vet s details For more information about Battersea Dogs Cats Home call 0843 509 4444 e mail 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 taking dog abroad dog friendly holidays kennels 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

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Rescue-Centres/battersea-q-a-should-i-take-my-dog-on-holiday-with-me.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Is scent work ideal for my sniffer dog? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    a treat Professional sniffers like the dogs who work for the UK Border Agency and this includes Battersea dogs who are more suited to a working home who we place through our Service Dogs programme can detect drugs explosives money or even hidden humans But your dog doesn t have to be a career scent worker to get lots of fun and enjoyment out of a workshop You can learn with toys too and as well as forging a closer bond with your dog you ll be teaching him a new skill building his confidence and working him mentally and physically The National Association of Canine Scentwork is the body which oversees nose work training and when you re looking for a class you should try to find a certified scent work instructor 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 training activities scent work 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 dog something new Battersea Q A What should I get my rescue dog for Christmas Battersea Q A

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: What should I get my rescue dog for Christmas? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    be surprised by how many dogs go missing over the holidays after someone s accidentally left the door ajar or opened the garden gate 4 Book something new and exciting to do with Freddie in 2014 Why not enrol for some fun trick training classes embark on a fitness regime together by tackling agility or see if Freddie s got an inner Hound of the Baskervilles by taking him to a scent work workshop 5 Unwrap a new brush and bath set to pamper Freddie at home and ensure his coat is in tip top condition You could also give him a good massage and feel for any lumps and bumps at the same time 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 Christmas gift ideas for dogs 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 dog something new Battersea Q A What should I get my rescue dog for Christmas Battersea Q A Why is my rescue dog being destructive Battersea Q A Will my dog cope with my newborn

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