The Pet Gundog book series

May the Fourth

04-May-2020

May the Fourth... A special day indeed.
Not only is it Star Wars day, but today is the day that sees the revised and updated editions of The Pet Gundog series published, along with the new online training platform.
...see more
Step Up and be the Leader

Step Up and be the Leader

01-Apr-2020

During this time of uncertainty and change, it's easy to get caught up in the 'must do this and must do that' with our dogs, trying to do the latest exercise, latest challenge, be interesting, be exciting and generally 'amuse' our dogs....see more
APGI training workshop 2019

APGI training workshop 2019

23-Sep-2019

Another fabulous day on the APGI training workshop and as well as finishing the presentations for the week, we got to talk about one of Lez's favourite theories - the Dunning-Kruger effect; it's in every profession and in every walk of life and once you're aware of it, you're really aware of it....see more
S-t-e-a-d-y

S-t-e-a-d-y

31-Aug-2019

Steadiness is so important for so many reasons; you want to be able to take your eyes off your young dog when he’s in a stay without worrying about him getting up and chasing something, or to take off after a rabbit, or a cat, when you’re walking him....see more
Teaching your puppy to do nothing

Teaching your puppy to do nothing

23-Aug-2019

You want your puppy to think that hanging around with you is the best thing in the world; when you’re on the move he wants to be too, when you’re doing nothing he wants to be too....see more
How Learning takes place

How Learning takes place

10-Aug-2019

When we do something, nerve cells in the brain, known as neurons are fired up. They talk to each other in a way similar to passing a baton in a relay race, forming a pathway; a neural pathway. Just like passing the baton becomes quicker and more fluid with practice, so too the more an action is repeated the more established the pathway and the quicker and easier the action and reaction, until it eventually becomes an automatic learned response like driving a car or riding a bike for example....see more
The Pet Gundog book series

May the Fourth

04-May-2020

May the Fourth... A special day indeed.
Not only is it Star Wars day, but today is the day that sees the revised and updated editions of The Pet Gundog series published, along with the new online training platform.
...see more
Step Up and be the Leader

Step Up and be the Leader

01-Apr-2020

During this time of uncertainty and change, it's easy to get caught up in the 'must do this and must do that' with our dogs, trying to do the latest exercise, latest challenge, be interesting, be exciting and generally 'amuse' our dogs....see more
APGI training workshop 2019

APGI training workshop 2019

23-Sep-2019

Another fabulous day on the APGI training workshop and as well as finishing the presentations for the week, we got to talk about one of Lez's favourite theories - the Dunning-Kruger effect; it's in every profession and in every walk of life and once you're aware of it, you're really aware of it....see more
S-t-e-a-d-y

S-t-e-a-d-y

31-Aug-2019

Steadiness is so important for so many reasons; you want to be able to take your eyes off your young dog when he’s in a stay without worrying about him getting up and chasing something, or to take off after a rabbit, or a cat, when you’re walking him....see more
Teaching your puppy to do nothing

Teaching your puppy to do nothing

23-Aug-2019

You want your puppy to think that hanging around with you is the best thing in the world; when you’re on the move he wants to be too, when you’re doing nothing he wants to be too....see more
How Learning takes place

How Learning takes place

10-Aug-2019

When we do something, nerve cells in the brain, known as neurons are fired up. They talk to each other in a way similar to passing a baton in a relay race, forming a pathway; a neural pathway. Just like passing the baton becomes quicker and more fluid with practice, so too the more an action is repeated the more established the pathway and the quicker and easier the action and reaction, until it eventually becomes an automatic learned response like driving a car or riding a bike for example....see more
The Pet Gundog book series

May the Fourth

04-May-2020

May the Fourth... A special day indeed.
Not only is it Star Wars day, but today is the day that sees the revised and updated editions of The Pet Gundog series published, along with the new online training platform.
...see more
Step Up and be the Leader

Step Up and be the Leader

01-Apr-2020

During this time of uncertainty and change, it's easy to get caught up in the 'must do this and must do that' with our dogs, trying to do the latest exercise, latest challenge, be interesting, be exciting and generally 'amuse' our dogs....see more
APGI training workshop 2019

APGI training workshop 2019

23-Sep-2019

Another fabulous day on the APGI training workshop and as well as finishing the presentations for the week, we got to talk about one of Lez's favourite theories - the Dunning-Kruger effect; it's in every profession and in every walk of life and once you're aware of it, you're really aware of it....see more
S-t-e-a-d-y

S-t-e-a-d-y

31-Aug-2019

Steadiness is so important for so many reasons; you want to be able to take your eyes off your young dog when he’s in a stay without worrying about him getting up and chasing something, or to take off after a rabbit, or a cat, when you’re walking him....see more
Teaching your puppy to do nothing

Teaching your puppy to do nothing

23-Aug-2019

You want your puppy to think that hanging around with you is the best thing in the world; when you’re on the move he wants to be too, when you’re doing nothing he wants to be too....see more
How Learning takes place

How Learning takes place

10-Aug-2019

When we do something, nerve cells in the brain, known as neurons are fired up. They talk to each other in a way similar to passing a baton in a relay race, forming a pathway; a neural pathway. Just like passing the baton becomes quicker and more fluid with practice, so too the more an action is repeated the more established the pathway and the quicker and easier the action and reaction, until it eventually becomes an automatic learned response like driving a car or riding a bike for example....see more

May the Fourth

04-May-2020

The Pet Gundog book series
May the Fourth... A special day indeed.
Not only is it Star Wars day, but today is the day that sees the revised and updated editions of The Pet Gundog series published, along with the new online training platform.
...see more

Step Up and be the Leader

01-Apr-2020

Step Up and be the Leader
During this time of uncertainty and change, it's easy to get caught up in the 'must do this and must do that' with our dogs, trying to do the latest exercise, latest challenge, be interesting, be exciting and generally 'amuse' our dogs....see more

APGI training workshop 2019

23-Sep-2019

APGI training workshop 2019
Another fabulous day on the APGI training workshop and as well as finishing the presentations for the week, we got to talk about one of Lez's favourite theories - the Dunning-Kruger effect; it's in every profession and in every walk of life and once you're aware of it, you're really aware of it....see more

S-t-e-a-d-y

31-Aug-2019

S-t-e-a-d-y
Steadiness is so important for so many reasons; you want to be able to take your eyes off your young dog when he’s in a stay without worrying about him getting up and chasing something, or to take off after a rabbit, or a cat, when you’re walking him....see more

Teaching your puppy to do nothing

23-Aug-2019

Teaching your puppy to do nothing
You want your puppy to think that hanging around with you is the best thing in the world; when you’re on the move he wants to be too, when you’re doing nothing he wants to be too....see more

How Learning takes place

10-Aug-2019

How Learning takes place
When we do something, nerve cells in the brain, known as neurons are fired up. They talk to each other in a way similar to passing a baton in a relay race, forming a pathway; a neural pathway. Just like passing the baton becomes quicker and more fluid with practice, so too the more an action is repeated the more established the pathway and the quicker and easier the action and reaction, until it eventually becomes an automatic learned response like driving a car or riding a bike for example....see more

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