Posts By: Julie Carrig

Chester goes to Puppy School – week 3

Our 3rd puppy class with Vet4Life was at the beautiful Surbiton practice. Chester was very excited, a good time to practice “settle” at our feet. In class we introduced sit and stay, walking through tunnels, high five and advanced attention exercise. Chester loved it! At home Chester has truly made it his own; crate training… Read more »

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Chester goes to Puppy School – week 2

Training is already beginning to pay off! Chester is becoming more confident each day; he is being exposed to new things outside the house as we carry him about: family, friends, a variety of strangers, other dogs, cars and the weather! At puppy class we continued to make friends with the other puppies and introduced… Read more »

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Chester goes to Puppy School – week 1

This is Chester, a cockapoo puppy new recruit to puppy class. Follow our blog to read about Chester’s puppy school experience and training! Chester, a cockapoo, has begun his journey to become the perfect puppy. At 9 weeks old Chester is beginning to learn his name, sit, down, come and where is acceptable to use… Read more »

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Dog Olympics 2016 – summary

Hundreds of dogs and their owners gathered in Udney Hall Gardens on Sunday 11 September to participate in the fabulous Teddington Dog Olympics! Events included Doggy Limbo, Waggiest Tail, Longest Sit, Best Trick, Best Child and Dog Duo. There were also a number of stands showcasing local businesses and charities. Over £2,250 was raised for… Read more »

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Dog Olympics 2014 – summary

Sunday 7th September, the sun was shining and tails were wagging….the day of the Teddington Dog Olympics 2014. The main ring was constructed, stall holders arrived and very quickly over one hundred dogs met at Udney Hall Gardens. Julie Carrig, Receptionist and Puppy School Trainer organised and planned the whole day, with support from the… Read more »

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Sending your puppy to school

Have you just got a new puppy? Why not enroll him or her on one of our puppy training courses? Every puppy needs to be taught good manners and socialisation skills. These include: responding to his or her name, good behaviour around other dogs, coming back when called, walking nicely on the lead, sitting, and… Read more »

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