breakthrough™ and Wood Green – More Results

In General, Testimonials by Val Strong Comments

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 poster …

Finally! A diet that works!

In Behaviour, Testimonials by Breakthrough Admin Comments

“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

In Behaviour, General by Breakthrough Admin Comments

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

In General by Breakthrough Admin Comments

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

In Behaviour, General by Breakthrough Admin Comments

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 …