Dog's life

Professional, one to one dog training from the comfort of your own home, based in Devon.


Dog's life

Ivybridge
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 07828264698
Website

Description

Welcome to Dog’s life, personal training in your own home for you and your dog. Does your dog… - Jump all over your visitors? - Attack anything that comes through your letterbox? - Decide who can/cannot sit on the sofa? - Decide when you can/cannot cuddle your partner? - Become noisy, destructive or toilet when left alone? Or have you just purchased a new addition to the family, a puppy may not display behavioural problems at such a young age but can start to learn right from wrong. It is important to address this at a young age to avoid bad habits, that can cause problems later on in life. Take time to check out our services at www.dogslife-devon.co.uk or contact us for more info.

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The winner of the Christmas competition 2013 is.......... SARAH POWELL Congratulations!!!!! Please message me with your details for delivery.

Published on 2013-11-14 20:22:29 GMT

Thank you so much everybody for your support in sharing and liking my page! I will be drawing the winner of the Christmas competition tonight at 8pm!!! Good luck and thank you all again!! ⭐️

Published on 2013-11-14 09:30:52 GMT

🐾 Doggy Fact Did you know... Dalmatian puppies are born all white. Their spots don't start to appear until a couple of weeks after birth.

Published on 2013-11-10 20:15:16 GMT

It's that time of year again...Fireworks can be a scary time for our dogs, it is natural for dogs to be afraid of loud noises, the sounds trigger their nervous system and they can become anxious, afraid, unsure or shy! So if you are going to be with your dog on fireworks, here are a few helpful tips to remember: dog's communicate with energy and will look to you for clues on how they should behave. If your not making a big deal or showing excitement about fireworks, then they will learn to be less concerned. Before the fireworks start it is a good idea to expend your dog's excess energy first by taking them for a long walk to tire them out, putting them in a calm state.