Best Buddies Home Dog Training - Obedience and Behaviour Problems
Best Buddies Home Dog Training - Obedience and Behaviour Problems

Best Buddies Home Dog Training treat all dog behaviour problems including, jumping, nuisance barking, aggression, nervousness, phobias and fears, destruction, mouthing, chewing, separation anxiety, recall, pulling, lunging, door scratching, toilet training, car travel and sickness, food issues, hyperactivity, chasing, sibling rivalry, fighting,

begging, stealing digging and MORE! Any Age, Any Breed.                                                                                                                                        

 

Best Buddies are your local Dog Obedience and Behaviourist Trainers. We come to you because we find the results are more effective than dog classes or residential dog training. Dog training in these regions: East Midlands, Staffordshire, West Midlands, Warwickshire, East England, Central England. North England, Bolton, Cheshire, Lancashire

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The Vet

It is strongly recommend that you register your dog or puppy with a local vet.

 

Take your dog to visit your vet for an annual health check

 

Always seek your vets advice for issues of dog health, Vaccinations, Tattooing, Micro-chipping, Worming and Flea treatment

 

Insurance

It is strongly recommend that you insure your dog to cover the cost of health problems, accidental injury to it self and damage to a third party.

 

Micro-chipping your dog

Microchip is one of the most effective and secure way of permanently identifying your dog.

A microchip is a small electronic device that works via radio frequency. It is the size of a grain of rice and is coded with a unique number that can be read by a scanner. Scanners are held by Vets, Rescue Centres and some Local Authorities. The unique identification number is registered on a national database containing both the dogs’ and owner's details.

 

A microchip is injected under the dog's skin, between the shoulder blades, through a sterile needle. No anaesthetic is required and the procedure is similar to a standard vaccination.

 

Once the microchip has been inserted, the body tissue surrounding the microchip attaches itself, preventing movement of the chip.  When the hand held scanner is passed over the dog, low frequency radio waves activate the chip allowing the unique number to be read. It is important to update this record when you move house or re home your dog.

 

 

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