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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Help! My dog won't go to the vet! | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    pleasant Handle your puppy all over on a daily basis Start gently so that you don t overwhelm him and get other people to practise handling him too so that your puppy is used to being handled by strangers and sees it as a positive experience You can also teach your puppy to keep still when being examined Hold some treats in your hand while you do all the handling and let your puppy sniff them but only release a treat as a reward when he is calm and still To begin with you may be waiting a while for your puppy to hold still but as he realises that treats only arrive when he s still he should wriggle less Many veterinary practices these days encourage owners to make social visits and attend clinics they run so puppies see it as a fun and exciting place and not somewhere where unpleasant things happen 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 fear vet checks 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

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Teach your dog something new | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    else to hide the toy and then send her to find it You may need to help and encourage your dog to begin with and remember give lots of praise when she finds the toy If you re really keen you can use a particular scent such as some vanilla essence and place it by the toy so that you re teaching your dog to search for that particular scent If your dog isn t that motivated by toys try some tracking Use smelly food and move it along the ground in your garden in a straight line not very far to begin with Leave it at the end of the line as a reward for your dog Start your dog near the beginning of the line and encourage her to sniff She will pick up the scent and start to move forwards Praise her as she s moving along and then allow her to eat the treats at the end Make the trail longer and add in some turns as your dog picks up what to do 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 activities scent work sniffing 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

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: How do I get my dog to go to his bed? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    should now be starting to make the association between you saying Bed and a treat miraculously landing in it You can test out how well he s associated this by saying Bed waiting a second or two and seeing if he looks or moves towards the bed in anticipation of the treat landing there Whether he does move over or not ensure you follow through by throwing that treat over to the bed Eventually you re aiming for him to hear the word Bed move on to his bed and then the treat lands there Once you ve got to this stage you can then start to reward him once he s been on the bed for a few seconds then a few minutes and eventually reward intermittently to ensure he stays on the bed In no time you should have a dog who impresses all your visitors and friends 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 go to bed 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

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Socialising your rescue puppy | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    is required so he can make friends with the staff there When introducing Archie to other dogs make sure that the other dogs are friendly sociable and won t frighten him Watch the dogs to make sure everyone is having a good time and if Archie is very worried or over the top and annoying the other dog you may want to end the interaction As well as other dogs Archie will need to meet other animals and learn not to chase them Keep him on a lead at first to ensure no chasing is allowed If Archie doesn t have a nice experience at a young age in a variety of situations he could develop behavioural problems later in life Socialisation needs to continue regularly during his first year so he grows into a well balanced sociable dog 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 puppies 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 What should I get my rescue dog

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: How to improve my dog's recall | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    and stay relaxed and patient When you start to practise the recall out on your walks use a long line If Honey gets distracted gently reel her in using the long line so that you can reward her Avoid calling Honey repeatedly as this will weaken the association between your cue and the action of recalling if she ignores it As Honey gets the idea move a little distance from her so that she is moving towards you to receive the treat or toy Remember to relax your body language crouch down with open arms and smile Have a happy and excited tone of voice and stay relaxed and patient Always be positive when calling her even if she s just done something you didn t want her to do You want her to always enjoy coming back to you and know that you re exciting and fun 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 recall 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

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: My rescue dog won't eat! | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    It s worth splitting up Mo s food into portions and putting them on or in different containers such as plates metal and plastic bowls and a placemat on the floor the type that you can wipe down after Hopefully this will help you to identify what Mo has been eating from previously and give you a way to move forward Mo s weight permitting and with the OK from your vet try putting the food down and if she does refuse to eat within 20 minutes pick it up and offer it again later in the day Don t give in and produce all sorts of extra bits and pieces teach Mo that she can either eat what s in front of her or she misses out As Mo is living in a multi dog household ensure you feed separately to avoid any possession issues If she s particularly sensitive she might not want to eat while you re cooking nearby or attempting to open cupboard doors next to the food bowl 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 feeding fussy feeder 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

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: My rescue dog loves me too much! | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    couple of weeks after rehoming Give affection and attention when you decide not on demand Don t allow your dog to follow you from room to room Shut doors between you and him as part of your daily routine and try not to allow constant contact when you are together Practise trial separations Encourage your dog to go to his bed give him something good to chew or play with and then leave without giving him too much attention Leave your dog with toys that are really fun and rewarding to play with interactive ones such as stuffed Kongs To keep the novelty value high only give them to your dog when you re going out 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 separation 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 baby Criteria

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Helping a dog with arthritis | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    would too Her condition should be eased her weight helped by the aquatic exercise and her general well being boosted Talk to your vet who will assess Dizzy s suitability for hydrotherapy and can refer you to a centre for a series of sessions Back on dry land you can help Dizzy out too Her bed should be soft and supportive preferably an orthopaedic bed specially made for dogs A portable ramp will make it easier for her to get in and out of the car and you should avoid strenuous walks and playtime Many owners give their arthritic dogs health supplements and omega fatty acids found in fish oil to lessen inflammation and increase the body s ability to strengthen and repair tissue 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 arthritis hydrotherapy 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

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