Training

Down boy!

Jumping up is a behaviour often seen in dogs, and can be the cause of much frustration and even injury when, for example, they jump up on small children or older people. But why do dogs do this? “Dogs exhibit ...

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In the jungle dancing with dogs

Lovely clip sharing this ‘In the jungle’ dancing with dogs by Lee & Freckles. Dancing with Dogs Durban is located in Pinetown, KZN. What is Dog Dancing? There are two categories with in dog dancing, Musical Freestyle and Heel Work ...

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Raindrops keep falling on my head

Raindrops keep falling on my head dance routine by Lisa and Bella! Dancing with Dogs Durban is located in Pinetown, KZN. What is Dog Dancing? There are two categories with in dog dancing, Musical Freestyle and Heel Work To Music. ...

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Lisa & Molly Dancing with Dogs

Lisa & Molly share their Dancing with Dogs routine with Animaltalk magazine! Dancing with Dogs Durban is located in Pinetown, KZN. What is Dog Dancing? There are two categories with in dog dancing, Musical Freestyle and Heel Work To Music. ...

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Dog Walking Tips

Roxy Blows discussed various Dog Walking Tips on her Animal Show on MixFM 14 October 2015 #AnimaltalkListenstoRoxyBlows Listen to the live clip by clicking below: Click here to read more. For more information on Roxy’s Animal Show, please see below: ...

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Canine sports at a glance

Here is a brief overview of some canine sport disciplines you can do in South Africa: Agility – Contact and non-contact agility fall in this category. Contact agility is a fun sport with obstacles including jumps, weave poles, tunnels and contact ...

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Perfecting your Park Etiquette

Is your pooch a well-mannered park-goer or are you that dreaded owner the other dog walkers avoid? Make sure that you stick to the unwritten rules of public parks by teaching your best friend how to behave around other dogs, ...

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Endurance

A competition strategy that will help you optimise your endurance performance Dr David Marlin is a scientist with more than 20 years experience in physiology and biochemistry. His specialist areas include exercise physiology, respiratory and cardiovascular physiology and disease, thermoregulation, ...

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#TuesdayTrainingTip

#AnimaltalkMagSA #TuesdayTrainingTip Patience and a positive approach are two of the most important pillars of animal training.

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