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Greeting other dogs when on the lead: good or bad idea?

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Blog post about on-lead greetings, by Laure-Anne Visele (MSc, dog behaviourist), on 3 June 2020 I got this really cute picture from a puppy student of mine, showing how well socialisation to other pups was going with her adorable girl.  My initial instinct as a behaviourist I directly checked the photo for signs of tension   …Continue Reading


The new course dates are official

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We have finally managed! After a very unpredictable period, we finally have enough visibility to finalise our summer planning. See below for the dog training lessons this summer (in The Hague):   


Do As I Do: the cutest & most scientifically interesting dog training method

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Written by Laure-Anne Visele, 20 May 2020 (photo credits below) What is “Do As I Do”? “Do As I Do”, a.k.a. DAID, was discovered by ethologist and dog trainer Claudia Fugazza.  With this method, you demonstrate a particular behaviour to your dog and you then ask him to repeat what you did. As long as   …Continue Reading


But surely you have to see the dog’s problem behaviour with your own eyes? 

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Written by Laure-Anne Visele, 19 May 2020. Photo credits at the end of the post.    It’s early in the morning and my coffee hasn’t kicked in. I try to unfog my brains as I wait at my client’s front door. This should go smoothly. I have left safety instructions and I have SMS’ed in   …Continue Reading


Separation anxiety and dogs: 9 tips that sound good but are terrible ideas

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Written by Laure-Anne Visele, 16 May 2020. Based on Doggo article by the same author. Photo credits at the bottom of the post Our clients often try tips from the internet or from the neighbour-who’s-had-dogs-all-his life before they call us, with often disastrous consequences for the poor dog.   These are the top 9 don’ts that we’ve   …Continue Reading


Brain games for dogs: the golden rules

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Written by Laure-Anne Visele, dog behaviourist, on 12 May 2020 Brain games for dogs are all the rage – and rightly so! If you use them well, you can transform your dog from hyperactive devil to the calmest dog. The idea is that brain games make dogs happily tired.   So, how do you use brain   …Continue Reading


OhMyDog re-opening phases

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OhMyDog is opening again (in phases)! This is obviously dependent on how the corona situation develops. Important: Keep an eye on your mailbox (including your spam box) so that you can confirm when you have received a mail from us. First wave From Monday 18 May, the following Monday groups can start again (at the   …Continue Reading


Our latest Doggo article about dogs and separation anxiety is out

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Are you curious what a dog behaviourist has to say about separation anxiety?  With the relaxing of the Dutch corona measures, we are going to leave the house more often. This was the perfect moment to write an article about separation anxiety for Doggo.nl (THE Dutch on-line source of information about dogs). The article is   …Continue Reading


The surprising advantages of a puppy class on-line

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Are you curious about the pros and cons of a puppy class on-line? Check out our infographic. You might be surprised by things like: On-line puppy classes are actually ideal for pups who get easily overwhelmed or over-excited. The puppy classes on the field also keep puppies apart as much as possible. This is because the   …Continue Reading


Corona virus and your pet dog

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This post was written by Laure-Anne Visele, Zoologist, on 16 Mar 2020. Last update: 20 Apr 2020. It reflects the understanding on this topic at that date. For the latest updates, please keep abreast of announcements by the WHO. Many dog owners have contacted us as they are anxious about the impact of the virus   …Continue Reading