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Podcast Episode 126 – When Your Dog’s Behaviour Feels Out Of Control …

In the realm of dog training, it’s a universal truth that every pet owner will, at some point, feel like they’re at their wits’ end. The scenario is all too…

Podcast Episode 125 – A Voice For Sustainable Shooting

Welcome back to another captivating episode of “Found It, Fetched It”! In this week’s installment, titled “A Voice For Sustainable Shooting,” we have the privilege of hosting the remarkable Angela…

Podcast Episode 124. “Help, I Don’t Have Time to Train My Dog Properly!”

Dog training often conjures images of extended sessions, replete with treats and toys, stretching into uninterrupted hours. Yet, what if I told you that the secret to a well-trained dog…

Podcast Episode 123. Trusting The Process Of Foundational Training

Have you ever dreamt of training your gundog to perform impressive retrieves or hunt alongside you like a pro? While those advanced skills are certainly something to strive for, many…

Podcast Episode121. Why Dog Training Is Never A One-And-Done Job

Welcome to another enlightening episode of “Found It, Fetched It”! Today, we’re diving deep into the heart of why dog training is a journey that never truly ends. Join us…

Ready to Change the Game with Your Gundog Training?

Do you find yourself each year full of intentions to be organised and set goals for your gundog training, yet somehow never quite getting there? We know how it goes….

Time-Savvy Training: Master the Minutes and Train Your Gundog Effectively

We get it—life’s a whirlwind. You’re spinning plates with work, family, and the other challenges of your daily life and sometimes the dog is the last of the worries. And…

The Control of Dogs Order 1992: Collar and Tag Requirements for Gundog Owners

As gun dog owners, we all strive to be responsible and law-abiding when it comes to our canine companions. However, it’s surprising how many dog owners are unaware they may…

Episode 86: Adolescence and Hormones In Gundog Training

Adolescence is characterised by significant transformation that shapes a dog’s behaviour and development. During this period, our canine companions transition from playful pups to young adults, and their behaviour undergoes…

Episode 85: From Basic to Advanced: Understanding the Different Types of Retrieving for Gundogs

In this week’s episode, we discuss the different types of retrieving for gundogs, from basic to advanced. We cover basic retrieves and more advanced retrieves like blind retrieves and memory…

Why Your Gundog Always Pulls on the Lead: Avoid These Three Mistakes

Wondering why your gundog always pulls on the lead? Here are three of the loose lead walking mistakes you could be making. Walking your gundog is supposed to be an…

Win an Acme Alpha Range Dog Whistle: Enter Our Giveaway Now!

Are you looking for an innovative way to improve communication with your working dog? Look no further than the new Alpha Dog Whistle from ACME. Developed over four years in…

Inside the Ring: A Gundog Handler’s Guide to Crufts with lWDG Group Expert Abbie Reid

Crufts is the biggest dog show in the world and an event that many gundog owners aspire to participate in. However, competing at Crufts as a gundog handler requires dedication,…

10 Common Mistakes New Gundog Owners Make (And How to Avoid Them)

As a new gundog owner, you want to ensure your four-legged friend is well-trained and successful. But, unfortunately, common mistakes can hinder their progress and make the training process a…

Join the Hunt: Exploring the Exciting World of Detection Dog Trials

Detection dog trials are a fantastic way to bond with your dog while honing their hunt drive, independence, control, and obedience. Georgie Armstrong, a detection dog trial expert, founded these…

When Should You Start Training Your Gundog?

If you are a proud owner of a gundog breed, you know that they are an intelligent and athletic breed. Proper training can help you to bring out the best…

Taking Training One Step At A Time – Transitional Behavioural Change in Dogs and Humans

As humans, we all experience a change in our lives at some point. Whether it’s a change in job, a move to a new city, or even just a change…

Does your dog know it’s a dog?

Setting Expectations for Canine Behaviour It’s easy to forget that our beloved pets need structure and boundaries just as much as we do. Without guidance, a dog can quickly become…

The benefits of training a gundog with a place board

Gundog training is an important part of building a strong bond between you and your working dog. With the right tools and techniques, it can be both fun and effective…

What ‘Don’t Worry My Dog Is Friendly’ really means – Out of control dogs in public places

” Don’t worry, my dog is friendly “. We’ve all heard it before and, usually, it comes just before someone else’s dog jumps on our dog or knocks them over…

Living with a gundog, how our day-to-day life affects training

Living with a Gundog can be a lot of fun, but it’s important to remember that your day-to-day life affects your dog’s training. In this week’s podcast with LWDG Experts…

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