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Weekly Woof from the Web

Yes, there’s been a bit of a gap but there’s just so much good stuff out there that we have more for you…

petting cats

Petting your cat, a bit like a minefield? This guide may help you understand feline behaviour a little better!

It’s never easy, but how do you know? How to say goodbye

Smoking has an effect on our pet’s health, with increased risks associated with various cancers: Are dogs who live with smokers more likely to get cancer?

Some pretty nifty training here to make your dog into man’s best friend, truly:


Really nice introduction to Crate Training – such an important skill for your dog to have, training that will pay back dividends!

Summer and autumn are the perfect times to get out there walking with your dog – check out some safety guidelines from Ordinance Survey Ireland.

Lots of ideas for homemade dog toys here and here!

Have fun with flirt poles:


Labeling breed characteristics in mixed breeds dogs is tricky and best left out – it’s a complex business: My dog is quarter wolf

There’s still plenty of summer sunshine owed to us so being aware of some of the basic care principles needed for pets in warm weather is important:

Perfect for a lazy long weekend…


This week at AniEd

Another week of admin as we prepare for CBTT7 and get our warehouse space sorted so we can have a new training area – we can’t wait to get back to teaching classes!

Awesome Pets & their People

Tia came for some behaviour work during the week to help with some reactive behaviour.


Along with her owner, we are developing a program of management, relaxation, gradually increasing the level of stimulation and counterconditioning to specific triggering stimuli, including the latest Vodafone ad (the one with the pig), which Tia is not a big fan of at all!


Opie came for a recall training session too and we practiced lots of our basic recall games to get started on the road to an awesome recall!


We also practiced a new tug routine so that we are establishing rules with our games, to help Opie learn some better self control, even when excited which is especially hard for a teenager!


Opie just wants to get back to training, when, during our session the grown-ups have a chat…


And cutie pie Nidge came for a recall session too.


We start our recall games off with conditioning a new cue that will always mean, to the dog, that something AMAZING is about to happen. Pairing the new word with a high value treat, in the right order, is the best start.



The AniEd dogs are as helpful as usual as we get everything ready for new learners…