The equipment you will require are: treats, 2 low wingless jumps and a non-slip surface
Many pet parents are moving home at this moment in time. There are so many things to remember whether moving home for the first time or the umptenth time it involves so much that often our dogsneeds are overlooked. Here are my tips on how you can make it easier and some vital things to remember too!
If you have read my "About Gina" page you know I am no stranger to television. I have handled dogs on tv shows such as Grange Hill and East Enders, handled my own dogs and taught others how to handle theirs. It's all good fun, but I never expected to do any tv filming during the Pandemic!
This months freestyle move is how to teach your dog the classic leg weave.
New this month is my Youtube video on how to teach your dogs to; roll out their towels or beach mats; place their chins on the floor or prop; place their chins on your arm and say their prayers; put their paws on yours and; to spin, twist and cha cha. That should keep you busy over Christmas!
Be honest and take a very close look at your dog finances
2020 has been a strange year and certainly not one that any of us anticipated but it highlighted for me the importance of having and keeping up to date your dogs' emergency file.
Growing up with my dogs I was always told they were colour blind and could not see red or green objects. I was also told they only saw our world in black and white. I am ashamed to say I rarely gave this any thought even when I started competing with my dogs until I viewed a You Tube video by Susan Garret with Nicki Gurr and my thoughts changed completely.