Dog Training Course Launched

by Darren Jamieson on July 14, 2017

For some dog owners, training their dogs can be a very challenging process. Different breeds react differently to techniques, dog training classes can be expensive and, often, it’s difficult to find the time to take your dog along to the classes.

Luckily, online training company OLA (the Online Learning Academy) has created a dog training program you can do it your own time, at home or at a place that suits you… and your dog, of course. The Canine Behaviour Training Diploma takes between 15 and 20 hours to complete, and covers everything you need to know about your four-legged friend and how to make him respond to your commands.

The course goes into scientific detail about how the dog’s brain works, how their senses determine their behaviour and how their environment plays a big part in their upbringing. It also gives you hands-on practical skills with which to train your dog, and tells you when and where the commands should be used.

The course, which can be downloaded directly from their website, retails for £95 but, here at Dream Dogs, we’ve got a great discount code you can use to get the course for just £25. Enter the discount WOOF in the checkout and receive a whopping £70 off the cost of the course.

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Bark up the right tree with new Canine Nutrition Diploma Course

by Darren Jamieson on June 6, 2017

A new course on how dogs are affected by what they eat is now available from the Online Learning Academy (OLA), a digital learning resource that offers a variety of online courses backed up with tutor support.

The Canine Nutrition Diploma Course addresses the growing problem of many well-intentioned dog owners failing to realise that their dog’s diet is not as beneficial to their health as it might be.

Ideal for dog owners, or anyone considering a career in canine nutrition, the course covers everything from what nutrition means to your dog, to the link between diet and health, to the causes and symptoms of nutrition-related illness in canines. All information is presented in an easy to understand, personable and fun way, accompanied by memory aids to make some of the drier details a little more memorable.

Participants, who will learn interesting facts like what goes into dog food and how to make their own dog food, can reach out to the OLA team via email at any time for assistance, and will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course. As part of the conclusion, students intending to put their newfound nutritional knowledge into professional use are pointed in the direction of some useful resources.

The course takes 15 to 20 hours to complete, and is currently available for £95. It is the latest in a range of internet-based courses made available by OLA, covering themes as diverse as blogging for business, paleo nutrition and tracing fake Facebook accounts.

Here at Dream Dogs we’ve secured a special discount on the course where, when you enter the code WOOF in the checkout, you can download the course today for just £25.

Doggy coffee bar opens in Muswell Hill

by Mark James on October 29, 2014

Lisa Owen-Jones, a former marketing manager for BBC Concert Orchestra, has opened a coffee shop that caters for dogs and their owners in London.

The cafe’s proprietor made the career change due to (more…)

British dog owners encouraged to bake their own doggie treats

by Leanne Thompson on October 22, 2014

The BAFTA award-winning programme The Great British Bake Off (GBBO) has inspired many people to start baking, including for their pets.

It has been argued that when (more…)

First luxury dog hotel opens in the UK

by Clare Jones on October 1, 2014

A dedicated hotel for pampered pooches has just opened in Brighton.

Believed to be the first of its type in (more…)

Dogs prefer petting to talking

by Mark James on September 11, 2014

The University of Florida has carried out a study that found that pooches prefer a pat on the head rather than verbal praise.

For some time it has been known that (more…)

Breast cancer detection by dogs trialled

by Vivien Richardson on August 21, 2014

A UK charity is funding a scheme to work out whether it is practical to use canines to detect a serious form of cancer.

The Buckinghamshire-based charity, Medical Detection Dogs, was set up to (more…)

BVA reminds owners to keep pets cool

by Mark James on July 30, 2014

As temperatures continue to rise, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has once again reminded dog owners of the dangers of heatstroke.

Every time that the weather gets hot, vets witness (more…)

Dog owners petition Eurostar and UK government

by Mark James on July 9, 2014

Pet owners have set up a petition to try to persuade the owners of Eurostar to provide dog-friendly carriages on their trains.

Currently, no pets are (more…)

New website to help dog owners combat dysplasia

by Leanne Thompson on July 2, 2014

The launch of the Cornell Estimated Breeding website is predicted to help dog owners and breeders to better understand the issues surrounding hip and elbow health in some purebred dogs.

On the site, the public and stud dog breeders can (more…)

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