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All things tweed, country and community – The Importance Of Game Fairs In Our Rural Community

If you’re a lover of dogs, chances are you are a lover of all things country; then, maybe you’ll have already visited at least one game fair this year. Of…

Rescuing a High-Drive Dog During the Lockdown: A Trainer’s Perspective

Guest post by LWDG Group Expert Samantha Thorneycroft Taylor I don’t often write about my dogs on social media, but I wanted to share a little story about  Marshall my German…

Counting Grouse With Gundogs On Spectacular UK Moorland

Grouse Counting and Gundogs I’m sure you have all heard of grouse counting, but have you ever wondered what it is? Grouse counting is done twice a year as a…

The Pinewood Training Vest

Happy Hotdogs recently sent 6 ladies from The Ladies Working Dog Group their Light Pinewood Training Vest for us to put them through their paces and see if they are worth the money…

Fancy Something Different For Dinner?

We get it- thinking about what to have for dinner all the time is hard. We thought we would help you with a fantastic recipe from BRITISH GAME ASSURANCE– so, Fancy Something Different For…

How To Work With A Cheeky Dog

Guest Blog Post by LWDG Group Expert Claire Denyer Do you find your gundog can be a bit “cheeky’ from time to time? That they know what they’re supposed to do…

What Are We Looking For In A Dog Training Vest?

Update : Our trainer review can be found here With summer in full swing, many of us are looking for a new dog training vest. In our Facebook communities, ladies…

A Year Of Unshakable Success

As the calendar turns over each year, so does the excitement for all that we can accomplish in the new year. I hope you are spending some time this week…

How To Build Your Own Place Board

With so much chatter about how to use a place board in working dog training, I thought I would show you how we made ours! What You Will Need To…

Photographing Your Dog With Guest Expert Christina Power

How many times have you been photographing your gundog, only to end up with bums and blurs? As any pet gundog owner knows, dogs are notoriously difficult to photograph. They…

How To Make A Traditional Feather Brooch

Have you ever wondered how to turn a pheasant’s feathers into something you can keep? Our lovely member Sophie shows us how….. To Make A Traditional Brooch You Will Need:…

Make A Valentines Day Dog Cake

Nanny Sheldon’s Valentine Bone Cake Valentines Day is the day of love… and we all love our dogs so much! They may not know what Valentine’s day is all about,…

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