Mindful Mutts are launching a range of t-shirts to raise money for local animal rescue charities. 25% of the sale of each shirt will go to our currently chosen charity. We focus on one organization at a time to maximize the donation to that charity.
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Dogs are naturally pack animals and really don’t like it if any member of their pack leaves. Many people when leaving their dog, will do their best to ‘help’ the dog through this in a very human way, showering him with comfort and assurance ‘It’s ok’ I won’t be long’ etc and sadly this adds to, or can even be the cause of their dogs anxiety. Continue reading Separation Anxiety
The main reasons a dog will pull on a lead is excitement, they haven’t been taught not to and because it works for them. If you think about it, to a dog the outside world is hugely stimulating, there are lots of smells to be smelt, spots to be peed on, lots of things moving around and lots of different sounds. If a dog is never shown how to walk properly on the lead then pulling will be their ‘normal’. Continue reading Does your dog pull on the lead?