Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Rucksack Walk

I am just back from the IMDT Conference. Some food for thought indeed, particularly (for me) with regard to what dogs naturally would choose to do if no pressure. So, the Fifteen-Minute Rucksack Walk (or Backpack Walk). No, it’s not some … Continue reading

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Control the Environment or Control the Puppy?

My baby granddaughter, Clara, has been staying with me for the past week. She’s just ten months old. She is crawling top-speed, standing up and walking with support. She is into everything. She is like a little octopus. Everything goes into her … Continue reading

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