A tasty training aid…

Little liver training treats

A tasty training aid…

Over the past 45 years I have always used liver treats for training which was developed by Joyce Barker who was an expert in training and showing dogs in the ring. Designed as the perfect dog training treat and originally only sold to dog trainers. They are small in size and can be carried in your pocket in a plastic pill box or a small container which are available at any chemist

If you have a fussy eater simply crush 5/10 tablets into a powder and sprinkle on the dogs food. As most of my readers are aware I only advocate dried food. Those that came to my schools in Spain over the past 24 years found them invaluable for training and still buy liver treats for their pets because they are fabulous. Try them once and you will buy them forever.

Majorca contact Brian 634 152 813 in Fuengirola Vet Sussane Kamu on 952667333 Marbella’ and Estepona and Nazli at Pointer Clinic East 952804165


Boy Boy

I would like to thank those readers that have written asking how Boy Boy is. The answer now is that he is back to normal and soon will be back to his normal weight.

The operation for stomach torsion is serious and not many dogs survive the operation. Nazli from Pointer Clinic East has been keeping her beady eye on him.

Obviously I have studied and read as much as I can on the subject of stomach torsion otherwise known as bloat. I note that many scientists have made a mention of ‘stress’ which could be one of the many triggers to set this off. If your dog is anxious when left alone it might be an idea to have a chat with your vet with a view to some behaviour modification or maybe medication.

At the present time I do not think I am able to take a holiday and as I write I am certain many of you feel the same. If you have a separation problem why not write to me at Euro Weekly and I will answer your emails.

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