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Creating the perfect canine playground in your backyard

Creating the perfect canine playground in your backyard

The average dog is a sentient bundle of energy. Most canines have ample energy to burn, and if they’re not properly exercised, they’re liable to act out in a variety of undesirable ways. So, if there are no dog parks or other suitable spots for your pooch to run around within easy driving distance of your home, you may want to consider converting your backyard into a fun-filled doggy play area. While it’s reasonable to assume that such an undertaking would require considerable financial resources, creating a cost-effective canine playground in your backyard should be well within your abilities. VIEW the POST

How to train your dog to be calm with children

How to train your dog to be calm with children

Dogs and kids can give one another a great deal of joy. However, if you're not monitoring the situation, things can get dangerous. Your dog needs the chance to get used to kids early and probably require a lot of monitoring. We were really lucky with our dogs as they are both very tolerant with the kids. I remember when Noah was a baby, he would pull clumps of hair from Rambo and he never battered an eyelid! It is really important to train your dog with the children. VIEW the POST

Looking after your dogs during lockdown #PawsitiveVibes

We have loved being at home with the cat and dogs during lockdown. It’s nice as our Rambo (the Jack Russell) has developed a really close bond with Noah. He follows him everywhere and cleans him, like he’s looking after him. It’s so cute. We have been having fun with the dogs, using the training treats to get them to sit and give paw. The kids love it when the dogs do what they ask!

Our stay at Boot Cottage, Iken with Suffolk Cottage Holidays

Our stay at Boot Cottage, Iken with Suffolk Cottage Holidays

We felt so lucky to visit Boot Cottage in Iken a couple of weeks ago. We had an amazing weekend chilling in the Suffolk Countryside. As staycations go, it was by far a memorable one. Suffolk Cottage Holidays are all about the countryside cottages to encourage outdoor fun with families and that's exactly what we got. If I could of moved in forever, I think I would have. It was so peaceful, it was great to emerge myself into the present, mindfulness at it's best. VIEW the POST