It’s not the kind of dog training Sue Kewley offers, but we’re a champion for the consistent dedication among those who train guide dogs. There’s a great deal of skill and effort in ensuring a guide dog is ready for duty. Guide dogs help those with severe visual impairments, and on average around 5,000 working guide dogs are trained every year. Not only can guide dogs assist their owners through daily obstacles, they become more than service dogs, providing companionship and comfort, especially for individuals who could usually find themselves lost or isolated.
We offer dog training services here in Suffolk and Norfolk, but there are some dogs who are currently engaged in a very different sort of training. These are the dogs who are members of the Spanish Emergency Canine unit.
Every day is a training day
Our dog’s most exciting time of the day is walk time. It can be a little hectic getting three dogs ready to go out when they are just so full of enthusiasm. Wouldn’t it be nice if our dogs could be ready and wait nicely so that we can leave in a calm and focused manner, then be attentive to us when we are out?
Behaviourist SUE KEWLEY is called in to restore household harmony when two senior Border Terriers don’t take kindly to a new addition joining their family
Caring for a brood bitch isn’t just about looking after her physical health; her emotional needs are a crucial factor in her, and the puppies’, well-being. This article , that appeared in Dogs Monthly (Jan 2016), is about caring for the emotional well-being of a brood bitch.