Monthly Archives: January 2015

Unsuitable Match – Too Much for the Average Dog Owner?

The wonderful Sally Hopkins (of http://www.dog-games-shop.co.uk and Sprinkles TM fame) about ten days ago adopted a Border Collie from the Dogs Trust Rescue Centre at Evesham, another dog brought over from the dog pounds in Ireland. You can follow Buddy’s … Continue reading

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Reunitings – To Greet or Not to Greet, That is the Question

Back in the day, about nine years ago, Jan Fennell advocated in her book The Dog Listener that upon returning home, regardless of how calm the dog was, one should wait a good five minutes after he had settled before … Continue reading

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Camera Flash Eyes – If Your Dog’s Eyes Don’t Glow, What Could it Mean?

The other day I took pictures of these two Labradors using my flash. The pale dog’s eyes reflected brightly as one might expect but the other dog’s eyes merely glowed a dull red, and it reminded me of something I … Continue reading

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