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Dog About Town - How to raise a happy dog in the city By Louise Glazebrook and illustrated by Ping Zhu
A beautifully illustrated handbook on dog training and behaviour.
So you’re thinking of bringing home an adorable puppy or dog to share your life with? but what are you supposed to do with your four-legged friend when you’re at work? And what if you want to go out for dinner and come home late one night, what then? And hang on, you’ve just remembered that you don’t have a garden. I mean, can you even HAVE a dog if you don’t have a garden?!
Fear not, as help is at hand. In Dog About Town, urban dog trainer and behaviourist Louise Glazebrook offers essential wisdom for any current or potential dog owners. From guidance on which breed of pooch is right for you, to behavioural advice, information on vaccinations, food, sleeping arrangements and tissue obsessions (as well as countless other things you hadn’t even thought of), this book has something for every puppy or dog owner. With a slant on urban living.
Louise Glazebrook, owner of The Darling Dog Company is one of the leading urban dog trainers and behaviourists living and working in London. She regularly contributes to the Huffington Post and was the resident expert on the BBC Two documentary Six puppies and Us.
180mm x 150mm
Based on an original design by Pierre Stadelmann. WAaf is a stunning tribute to mans best friend. Halfway between lamp and dog, this hybrid creature has a unique presence that is full of humour. Handmade and beautifully finished, his joints allow you to position him in a series of poses which...
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This 'Haters Gonna Hate' print by Ben Rothery would have make a perfect gift for a Dachshund lover or addition to your gallery wall. Ben Rothery is a detail obsessed illustrator and surface designer from Norwich, via Cape Town who likes pencils, shiny trinkets and heavy objects. He combines multiple processes to...
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This hand drawn 'Nope' print by Ben Rothery would have make a perfect gift or addition to your gallery wall. Ben Rothery is a detail obsessed illustrator and surface designer from Norwich, via Cape Town who likes pencils, shiny trinkets and heavy objects. He combines multiple processes to create intricate and delicate...
COLLAR SIZE GUIDE
It’s best to measure your dog to make sure you get the collar that fits them perfectly. Take a flexible tape measure and measure right around the base of the neck, allowing enough room to slide 2 fingers in for comfort. Our collars are measured from the end of the strap by the buckle to the 1st and last holes. For the smallest fitting size, please see the distance marked A to B on the diagram. The largest fitting size is as shown on the diagram as the distance from A to Z. Our collars have been specifically designed to reduce the amount of the strap loose at the tip when fastened for the smallest size. Due to this our sizes to do not overlap in dimensions. If your dogs measurement spans across 2 sizes we recommend to order a size up. Please note that as many of our collars are handmade sizing may vary slightly.
COLLAR SIZE CHART
All our leather leads are available in one size and measures 2cm x 110cm / 3/4" x 43 2/8"
Our Luxury braided cotton and leather leads are available in 1.5cm, 2cm and 2.5cm / 5/8", 3/4" and 1" wide and all measure 110cm/43 2/8" long
For the safety of your dogs we do not recommend the use our leads for large strong dogs that pull excessively.