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The Darling Dog Company
London
Fun Loving Dog Behaviourist and Trainer in London, England
Interests: london, dogs, dog walks, cafes, cakes, dog walking, dog training, dog behaviour, puppies, fun, hackney, east london, north london, central london, love, dog, puppy,
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Debora and Louise Invite You to a Dog’s Dinner… Every fancied making healthy treats for your dog? Want to learn how best to use them in dog training? Join food writer Debora Robertson and dog behaviourist and trainer Louise Glazebrook in Debora’s pretty Stoke Newington kitchen for a lively afternoon... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2014 at The Darling Dog Company
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Sunday Telegraph 2014 And you can watch my video too by visiting The Daily Telegraph here Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2014 at The Darling Dog Company
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With the Christmas holidays approaching and lots of going out, parties, mulled wine and socialising going on, I thought it might be nice to make a little gift for your dog. It's great to buy them some yum treats and chews but you can also utilise things you have at... Continue reading
Posted Dec 20, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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Nearly a year ago my lovely baby boy was born and before this I embarked on an NCT course. Which is where I met Laura, who also has a baby of a similar age. We hang out alot and I always knew she drew but had never seen her subjects.... Continue reading
Posted Sep 10, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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My dog is now totally deaf, she wasn't born deaf, she was fine, then it was partial deafness and now in the last few months its total and utter deafness. I often spend my time wondering what it is like for her as with the total loss of hearing has... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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Throughout life we are taught to not judge a book by its cover. When you are looking for a rescue dog, its what you end up having to do! You are having to make a decision based on its kennel behaviour, its interactions from behind bars or on a lead... Continue reading
Posted Jun 25, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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Every puppy owner wants to do the right thing with their socialisation. In my first week of puppy classes I do a 10 min talk on the rules of my class and what I will and won't accept. Two of which are on lead greetings and free play with the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 4, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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One of my clients Emily just emailed me this. I don't personally agree with no. 1 as dogs get used to it if they are taught but I really like the idea of putting things from the dog point of view. All too often we are thinking of our lives,... Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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Recently I've met up with a number of new owners who have taken on dogs via sites like Gumtree. If you are thinking of buying a dog through such a site, switch off the computer and walk away. Gumtree and similar is a site designed to flog things that people... Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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Earlier on I was with a client and we were chatting about all the funny things out there about dogs. And he mentioned texts from a dog. I said I'd never heard of it. So for all of you out there who also haven't seen this, you need to...... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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I write this blog with a heavy heart as sometimes you have days when you meet a dog that just gets to you. Today was one of them. On my walk around the kennels I met a new inmate, he was sat shaking and yowling is the only word I... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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Every now and then I notice an increase in a particular type of dog coming to puppy classes. Since the end of last year it has been all about the Cocker Spaniel. I couldn't figure out why and then after discussing it with a client who owns a lovely working... Continue reading
Posted Feb 15, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
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Last week this poor soul of a Bull Mastiff cross was dumped overnight in London Fields. It was the evening where temp dropped to -4. The dog was found under a bench, in his own vomit, covered in sores, malnourished from starvation, the saddest sight to behold. The park rangers... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
My lovely friend Debora Robertson (Licked Spoon blog) sent me a link to this video today, she too owns a Border Terrier. It is a fabulous example of how training your dog some commands can even be useful when filming a video! The video is a brilliant call to get... Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2013 at The Darling Dog Company
For a while now I have been working on a pioneering project alongside the Dogs Trust, I have been involved from the very beginning and it is brilliant to see the project going from strength to strength. I work with youth offenders who have community hours to serve and we... Continue reading
Posted Nov 12, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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I'm always on the look out for great interactive toys for different clients and this is one that I really like the idea of. It is so simple and if you have a dog that likes looking for its food then this could be a great addition to your repetoire.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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This morning I woke up to find a link sent to me on Twitter by Teddy's owner Oscar. And what a link it was! The Oatmeal is an online comic and they have created this wonderful strip called 'my dog: the paradox' if you own a dog you must read... Continue reading
Posted Sep 25, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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Last week saw Pupaid taking the message to the Houses of Parliament and to the masses on Primrose Hill. It was a great week for getting the word out that puppy farming is wrong, inhumane and has huge implications on our society. I joined Marc the Vet, Debbie Connolly, the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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Dogs have lots of ways of communicating but the growl is the one that will get a human reaction. I've been to see clients who have chastised their dog for growling, have hit the dog, have rewarded the dog or have just panicked. Either way, the dog has learnt something... Continue reading
Posted Sep 1, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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Meet Huxley. A 7yr old stray brought into the Dogs Trust rehoming centre in Harefield (West London) who I have fallen head over heels in love with! I worked over at the centre for 3 days last week & had him out every day. He is a delight. A great... Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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It's often tempting to think that you need to put aside say an hour to train your dog to do something. Which usually means that it gets forgotten, shoved to the side for something more pressing or you don't have the energy to do it. Teaching a dog to learn... Continue reading
Posted Aug 8, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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On September 8th we see the Pupaid event moving to the London location of Primrose Hill, which is fab news for all dog owners. The event will be bigger, better and more fun - take a look here at what is going to be taking place and how you can... Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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I've long been an advocate of using water in play with dogs, they love it and when its hot like this, they need it. So you can imagine my happiness when I stumbled across this toy the Hydro Ball They have others in the range but this is the one... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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There are many guestimates on how long the average dog sleeps per day, it varies from age to size to breed to activity levels and so on. What I do know is that dogs love a good sleep especially after an energetic walk and a bowl full of supper, a... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company
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Many owners worry when their dog eats random natural things when out and about, such as cow poo, grass or having a chow down on a stick. My personal opinion is that as long as it isn't frequent and happening every time you take out, I wouldn't worry. Cookie relishing... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2012 at The Darling Dog Company