breakthrough™ and Wood Green – More Results

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  With the launch of breakthrough™ earlier in 2016, we have carried out a number of studies with rescue centres and COAPE trained behaviourists to demonstrate the results that breakthrough™ can produce. One such study was with the Wood Green Rescue Centre in Godmanchester. This blog post outlines the results from this study and was first published as an academic …

Finally! A diet that works!

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“I work at a Veterinary Surgery and spend a lot of time advising Clients on Specialist Diets and Calming Products. In the meantime I rescued a Springer Spaniel (Archie) abandoned here a year ago. He has the most fabulous temperament, however it soon became apparent that he had not been well socialised or lived indoors. He would also have intermittent …

Getting to Grips With Gundogs

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They are the most popular dogs in the UK – for good reason. But that’s not to say that problems don’t occur. Vicky Payne looks at how to overcome common gundog issues… Gundog breeds and their crosses make up a large proportion of the canine population. The Kennel Club registration figures for 2014 show the most popular three breeds are …

NEW progress™ Training Treats

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Hot on the heels of breakthrough™ our revolutionary dog food, we are delighted to announce our new training treats; progress™ These little sliced sausage treats contain 70% Venison and 12.5% Sweet potato, so they’re sure to please your dog and provide a perfect little reward for the progress made in training. Balanced Rewarding Developed with Val Strong Msc, and approved …

The Sum Of Many Parts

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Knowing the ancestry of a mixed breed is crucial for providing type-specific care and training and understanding the dog’s behaviour. But don’t rely on looks alone – a dog that looks like a Labrador cross could well have no Labs in his family tree at all, as Sarah Morris of Blackdog DNA explains… I have always been fascinated by dogs …