Entries by Veronica

Professional Pet Guild Force Free Summit Tampa Florida

Just as there are constant developments and research in medical science there are also constant research and developments in animal behavioural science that influences what we know about the best was to train animals. With this in mind Brooke Foy, the Managing Director of The Positive Pet Project, is off to the Professional Pet Guild Force […]

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Introducing The Dog Massage App

There’s a new smartphone app for dog lovers! Developed by Brooke from The Positive Pet Project, and her good friend and dog chiropractic and massage expert Nat, “The Dog Massage App” is set to improve the physical and emotional bond you share with your pet. We have combined our experience in dog massage and reading and understanding dog’s […]

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RSPCA Cupcake Day

Thanks to everyone who helped us raise $234.65 during RSPCA Cupcake Day! Our amazing team gave up their time to staff the stand and we were thrilled to meet so many generous Albany Creek locals. And congratulations to…..Jenny! Jenny is the lucky winner of our RSPCA fundraising raffle and she has scored a private training […]

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Principles of Positive Training #1

Training should be an enjoyable experience for both you and your dog. The more you understand about how your dog thinks and learns, the more effectively you can communicate. Clear communication means successful training and good behaviour—with no need for coercion or physical corrections. Behaviour that is rewarded is more likely to reoccur. In other […]

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Puppy Socialisation

Socialisation is so much more than a bunch of puppies getting together and jumping on each other’s heads. It’s actually about exposing your pup, in the right way to all the different places, things, smells and experiences they will come across in their life to become a well balanced, stable dog. As you can imagine […]

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Does your dog or puppy jump up on you?

The most important part of changing behaviours is to set your dog up so that they get it right. When we arrive home we expect that our dog will be glad to see us and greet us like a long lost friend. We love that they are glad to see us and we are just […]

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