Ever lost your keys and spent ages trying to find them? Why not teach your dog how to find them. Dogs have a highly developed sense of smell, with approximately 25 times more scent receptors than humans. Dogs use their sense of smell to communicate with each other, and ancestrally they used it to find food. Although dogs no longer need to search for their food, they still use their sense of smell to investigate their surroundings. This is obvious with most dogswhen they are out on a walk and can be seen sniffing the ground and air. So why not use this natural behavior to play fun games that both you and your dog will enjoy.
Starting soon is a new seven-week scent course, which will give you an understanding of how a dog’s sense of smell works, and you will learn how to teach your dog to enjoy using his nose. How about a new party trick – teach your dog to fetch the right shoes for the right guest!
Paws for a photo – One-day interactive seminar, Saturday 27th September Have you ever tried to take an action shot of your pet and been left with a blur? Perhaps all your photographs have red eyes? Would you like to create the best photo album ever? If you answer yes to any or all of these questions, then our new pet photography course is for you. Whether your camera is primary or high tech, we will teach you how to make the best use of your equipment. You’ll also learn how to frame your shot and how to capture the character of your pet.