Monthly Archives: September 2016

Silence Really IS Golden

Science says silence is much more important to our brains than we think, according to (Science also says that dogs’ brains are also a lot more similar to our own than we think). In 2011, the Finnish Tourist Board ran a … Continue reading

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I Yelled ‘NO’! I Admit it!

Little Pickle is my Working Cocker Spaniel. Oh – yes? No surprise then. I feed my dogs out on covered decking then come in and leave them to it. The greediest dog, my Labrador Zara (again no surprise there) is fed … Continue reading

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Education, Education, Education

While I was being interviewed by a radio station this morning about a child who had had his thumb bitten off by a Staffie, it got me thinking about the importance of educating people – both owners and children in general … Continue reading

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