Our two guest speakers are: Sian Ryan MSc CAB, MAPDT, UK 1090
(Me and My Dog) and Jane Ardern BSc (Hons) Dip CABT CAP2
This fantastic conference is …
The TCBTS conference was held on Sunday 1st October 2017 – Title: “The Dog’s Nose Knows”.
A huge thank you goes to our sponsors for this year, Fish4Dogs.
We were honoured to have, as one of our guests, Dr Laura Gil Martens, DVM, PhD, who travelled from Norway to speak to our delegates and enlightened us on the health benefits …
We are pleased to announce our 2017 Annual Conference: The Dog’s Nose Knows
This fantastic conference is for trainers and dog owners. There will be two guest speakers: Dr Claire Guest BSc.(Hons) MSc. HonDSc. DHP BCAh talking about training of dogs for tasks involving scent and Pat Tagg BSc (Hons) …
When a family decides to start the process of getting a puppy/dog, they should do so with a happy heart and sustained equal commitment. You need to be brutally honest with each other so you can get through the early sleepless nights, housetraining, chewing of everything, babyhood and teenage, training hiccups, inappropriate barking and other …
Hypothyroidism is a clinical syndrome that results from a deficiency of thyroid hormones, which in turn results in a generalised slowing down of the metabolic processes and change in behaviour. Not to be confused with hyperthyroidism, which is consequence of excessive thyroid action.
One of the best ways to maintain or improve a relationship with your dog is through play. Play will encourage your dog to want to interact with YOU, instead of having to go to other dogs to have that kind of fun. You should then find that your dog becomes much more responsive, which will in turn make him easier …
We are pleased to announce our Annual Seminar: Fighters, Biters & Dogs that Hate To Be Alone. What is new and What to do – A Fresh Perspective On The Modification of Canine Aggression and Separation Anxiety.
Our speaker will be Professor Daniel Mills.