Showing 5 Result(s)
live with Wood Green animals charity

Live with Wood Green The Animals Charity for Black Dog Day

When we started our series of Instagram Lives, one of our biggest aims was to raise awareness about a variety of issues that dogs and Pet Parents face. Whether that be behavioural, training related or in our latest Instagram live’s case, adopting and fostering.  October 1st is Black Dog Day and sadly, it appears that …

Puppy Mill Awareness Day with K9ology

Live with K9ology – Puppy Mill Awareness Day and Rescue Dogs

We’re back with another Instagram Live, and on Friday we went live with Caroline from K9ology to discuss Puppy Mill Awareness Day and training rescue dogs.  Caroline is an IMDT accredited trainer who, as well as being an experienced trainer, has dogs of her own that have been rescued with a suspected history of being …

Positive Training Techniques with HelpWithHounds

Positive Training Techniques: Live with HelpWithHounds

Hello, you lovely Pet Parent, you 😀 With another month, this means another Instagram Live. This month, we were excited to meet with Matt from HelpWithHounds to discuss positive training techniques and Matt’s speciality as a KAD trainer.  Matt is a dog trainer and behaviouralist and is a member of the institute of modern dog …

Bath and Bristol Agility

Live with Bristol & Bath Agility

Hello, lovely Pet Parents, you 😀 With the Olympics arriving, it got us thinking about dogs, the sports they can play, and what their Olympic equivalent would be as well.  It wasn’t hard, but we eventually concluded that agility training and events such as Crufts would be the equivalent of the Olympics in the dog …

Live with the CityDogExpert Feature Image: A diagonal orange banner with the text written in white and the Bounce and Bella logo underneath. Below the banner is a photograph fo Kimberly The City Dog Expert with a pomerian

Live with the CityDogExpert

Hello, again, you lovely Pet Parents, you! As you’ll all know by now, we love hearing from our Pet Parents. Hearing their joys and successes and praise for our treats but their problems and issues that they’re experiencing too, so we can try and help.  After all, we’re Pet Parents too, and it’s not always …