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      Specialist in Canine Behaviour         JOIN the radio list each week get copy of show radiolist@thedogman.net            Radio Pet Show 8th February 2017   RADIO LINK... read more
Radio show 28th January 2017

Radio show 28th January 2017

      Specialist in Canine Behaviour Commitment Firmness but Kindness davidthedogman@gmx.co.ukwww.thedogman.net Tel  34 952 88 33 88  MBL 610868748 Radio Show this Saturday 10.am Eu Time listen liveTRE Listen Live- ... read more
Radio Show January 21st  2016

Radio Show January 21st 2016

      Specialist in Canine Behaviour           Radio Pet Show 21st January 2016   RADIO LINK www.talkradioeurope.com/clients/dogman170121.mp3     The team.   Nazli our vet Pointer Clinic Estepona... read more
Stress and Separation Anxiety

Stress and Separation Anxiety

  Specialist in in Canine Behaviour     Stress and Seperation Anxiety   I am writing about my female dog Sheba she is a Rottweiler who weighs in at 40 Kilos – well trained and who has never left my side since joining our family when she was... read more

Stress and Separation January 2016

Stress and Separation Anxiety

I am writing about my female dog Sheba she is a Rottweiler who weighs in at 40 Kilos – well trained and who has never left my side since joining our family when she was about 12/18 months she is now 11/ 12 years of age.

Having been involved in the canine industry for nearly 60 years I have learned so much about moving home, kennels, separation anxiety and the consequence of extensive stress. I was now faced with my own dog Sheba whom I found tied up on a chain with local yobs throwing stones at her and she was a very nervous dog who produced 9 beautiful pups. I found out later that they were all of nervous disposition.

A large percentage of dogs suffer separation problems when they go into kennels. Many are triggered by stress suffered earlier. Owners are unable to deal with the root causes such as nervous barking which is stress based and not making our visitors welcome. Unfortunately there is no research for us to study other than our individual dog experience and each cause is different. It took Sheba about 6 months to come to us and always cowering and peeing. Often I explained to my wife Susan this stemmed from a prior cause of being chained to a Chiringito“ ( Coffee stand on the beach) at around 8 months pregnant with youths throwing stones at her on the beach.

If I deal with these incidents in mind ‘Maybe’ by adjusting our behaviour and approach it could show a different result. I had to work out the cause of this behaviour.

We put her food bowl down with (Basic Royal Canine Maintenance).
Dogs do suffer stress and if we remember that dogs have similar emotions that we have, then we will be in a much better position to understand and help them when they over-react to circumstances. Getting to know your dog will help you to see all of these things.

After feeding she disliked playing but after a month she would pick up a rubber Zoom Grooming tool and run with it so my other dog Boy Boy (BB) he could not get this ‘treasure’. I was constantly telling her she was a good girl etc. but this play was only for a few minutes it was obvious she was not socialised and had not been cared for before coming to us( I broke the chain and brought her home).

I now refer to the major involuntary urine when greeting with no tail wag or indications of her being happy. Note: involuntary urine leakage greeting is common in senior females that are spayed. Most vets stock or can advise a hormone tablet for your pets to deal with the problem.

My final concern was to get her to come to us without cowering through fear it would appear that my dog Boy Boy was during the 10 year s the Alpha. Those that know anything about the Rottweiler breed will be aware that they are a hearding animal. If my wife and I sat too close to each other Boy Boy would certainly try to get in the middle of us he always was using his body to move Susan he was so dominant.

Having lost Boy Boy,we are giving Sheba our undivided attention and bearing in mind she is about 11 years old we decided to take her out every morning to coffee shops.- She quickly learned to lay own under a table with a special bone and thinking back to nature most animals like to chew all day i.e cows sheep horses chickens all farm animals. Most if not all owners do not know how to get their nervous stressed based dogs occupied to bring down the stress level..

I approached various colleagues to seek advice. The consensus was I had drawn a Blank .I believe that the ethos of my proven method will be noted by many. I sincerely hope my method will eventually be used by many on the internet throughout the world.

To occupy and train animals one need s treats. So what treats are available and would it be possible with such treats? Chews or Chewies are a type of leather treated substance with unnamed chemicals which could cause hyperactivity or underactivity. Biscuit‘s they are downed in a few seconds.so what then can be used for a longer period?

I noted that Calcium large bones are as hard as brick. Much thinking and observation I could see that Sheba did not show too much interest even though I rubbed tuna on the calcium bone. She licked it off and walked away. Again after much thought I went to a garage and asked them to saw off the end knuckle and observed it had a hole which could be fed with soft treats I obtained from Liddle’s ‘Orlando Meaty Stick ‘of course one can find their own but I do not recommend cheese it is too hard and soft cheese will only last a few minutes. In any event anything lactose like cheese as it is not good for dogs or cats.

Filling the calcium bone with soft meaty treats worked wonders and now Sheba spends hours nibbling the bone which in turn is reducing any stress there might be. It is documented elsewhere that some nervous people overeat due to the fact they too need to chew. Many turn to chocolate and cakes and other turn to nail biting and even skin biting etc.

Sheba now comes to us wagging her tail has little if any interest at small street dogs that bark at her. Susan and I are so happy in this changewhich only took a few weeks.

If you want too try my system please feel free to email me at davidthedogman@gmx.co.uk and any advice I can give you will be free of any charges.
Now we are a happy family! It is interesting to note that Sheba – who was a rescue dog came to us at the age of 3 now an old lady who is queen bee chewing all day and very much loved.

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Stress and Seperation Anxiety

I am writing about my female dog Sheba she is a Rottweiler who weighs in at 40 Kilos – well trained and who has never left my side since joining our family when she was about 12/18 months she is now 11/ 12 years of age.

Having been involved in the canine industry for nearly 60 years I have learned so much about moving home, kennels, separation anxiety and the consequence of extensive stress. I was now faced with my own dog Sheba whom I found tied up on a chain with local yobs throwing stones at her and she was a very nervous dog who produced 9 beautiful pups. I found out later that they were all of nervous disposition.

A large percentage of dogs suffer separation problems when they go into kennels. Many are triggered by stress suffered earlier. Owners are unable to deal with the root causes such as nervous barking which is stress based and not making our visitors welcome. Unfortunately there is no research for us to study other than our individual dog experience and each cause is different. It took Sheba about 6 months to come to us and always cowering and peeing. Often I explained to my wife Susan this stemmed from a prior cause of being chained to a Chiringito“ ( Coffee stand on the beach) at around 8 months pregnant with youths throwing stones at her on the beach.

If I deal with these incidents in mind ‘Maybe’ by adjusting our behaviour and approach it could show a different result. I had to work out the cause of this behaviour.

We put her food bowl down with (Basic Royal Canine Maintenance).
Dogs do suffer stress and if we remember that dogs have similar emotions that we have, then we will be in a much better position to understand and help them when they over-react to circumstances. Getting to know your dog will help you to see all of these things.

After feeding she disliked playing but after a month she would pick up a rubber Zoom Grooming tool and run with it so my other dog Boy Boy (BB) he could not get this ‘treasure’. I was constantly telling her she was a good girl etc. but this play was only for a few minutes it was obvious she was not socialised and had not been cared for before coming to us( I broke the chain and brought her home).

I now refer to the major involuntary urine when greeting with no tail wag or indications of her being happy. Note: involuntary urine leakage greeting is common in senior females that are spayed. Most vets stock or can advise a hormone tablet for your pets to deal with the problem.

My final concern was to get her to come to us without cowering through fear it would appear that my dog Boy Boy was during the 10 year s the Alpha. Those that know anything about the Rottweiler breed will be aware that they are a hearding animal. If my wife and I sat too close to each other Boy Boy would certainly try to get in the middle of us he always was using his body to move Susan he was so dominant.

Having lost Boy Boy,we are giving Sheba our undivided attention and bearing in mind she is about 11 years old we decided to take her out every morning to coffee shops.- She quickly learned to lay own under a table with a special bone and thinking back to nature most animals like to chew all day i.e cows sheep horses chickens all farm animals. Most if not all owners do not know how to get their nervous stressed based dogs occupied to bring down the stress level..

I approached various colleagues to seek advice. The consensus was I had drawn a Blank .I believe that the ethos of my proven method will be noted by many. I sincerely hope my method will eventually be used by many on the internet throughout the world.

To occupy and train animals one need s treats. So what treats are available and would it be possible with such treats? Chews or Chewies are a type of leather treated substance with unnamed chemicals which could cause hyperactivity or underactivity. Biscuit‘s they are downed in a few seconds.so what then can be used for a longer period?

I noted that Calcium large bones are as hard as brick. Much thinking and observation I could see that Sheba did not show too much interest even though I rubbed tuna on the calcium bone. She licked it off and walked away. Again after much thought I went to a garage and asked them to saw off the end knuckle and observed it had a hole which could be fed with soft treats I obtained from Liddle’s ‘Orlando Meaty Stick ‘of course one can find their own but I do not recommend cheese it is too hard and soft cheese will only last a few minutes. In any event anything lactose like cheese as it is not good for dogs or cats.

Filling the calcium bone with soft meaty treats worked wonders and now Sheba spends hours nibbling the bone which in turn is reducing any stress there might be. It is documented elsewhere that some nervous people overeat due to the fact they too need to chew. Many turn to chocolate and cakes and other turn to nail biting and even skin biting etc.

Sheba now comes to us wagging her tail has little if any interest at small street dogs that bark at her. Susan and I are so happy in this changewhich only took a few weeks.

If you want too try my system please feel free to email me at davidthedogman@gmx.co.uk and any advice I can give you will be free of any charges.
Now we are a happy family! It is interesting to note that Sheba – who was a rescue dog came to us at the age of 3 now an old lady who is queen bee chewing all day and very much loved.

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Radio Show 31st December 2016

Radio Show 31st December 2016

  Specialist in in Canine Behaviour     Radio Pet Show 31st December 2016 starts 10.am thru 11.am EU time. RADIO LINK www.talkradioeurope.com/clients/dogman161231.mp3   WE regret to advise of the passing of George Grayson a major part of the show... read more

Radio Pet show for Facebook

      RADIO PET SHOW 17TH DECEMBER 10.AM THRU 11.AM EU TIME. TRE Listen Live-  http://talkradioeurope.com/listen-live/     This IS A SPECIAL SHOW WE HAVE Beverley Cuddy founder of Dogs Today Magazine will  bring us up to date about... read more
Radio show 10th December 2016

Radio show 10th December 2016

    Specialist in Canine Behaviour Commitment Firmness but Kindness   Radio Pet Show 10th December 2016 starts 10.am thru 11.am EU time. RADIO LINK    www.talkradioeurope.com/clients/dogman161126.mp3   The team. Nazli our vet Pointer... read more

Radio Show 3rd December 2016

    Radio Pet Show 3rd December 2016 RADIO LINK    www.talkradioeurope.com/clients/dogmandecember03.mp3   The team. Nazli our vet Pointer Clinic Estepona http://pointerclinic.com/ Carolyn Menteith expert Behaviourist and... read more
Radio show 26th November 2016

Radio show 26th November 2016

      Specialist in Canine Behaviour Commitment Firmness but Kindness   Radio Pet Show 26th November 2016 starts 10.am thru 11.am EU time. RADIO LINK    www.talkradioeurope.com/clients/dogman161126.mp3   The team. Nazli our vet... read more
Radio Show 19th November 2016

Radio Show 19th November 2016

Specialist in Canine Behaviour Commitment Firmness but Kindness davidthedogman@gmx.co.ukwww.thedogman.net Tel  34 952 88 33 88  MBL 610868748 Radio Show this Saturday 10.am Eu Time listen liveTRE Listen Live-  http://talkradioeurope.com/listen-live/... read more

Radio show 5th November

  UNFORTUNATELY MY PERSONAL RADIO APPOINTMENT BOOK HAS GONE MISSING THEREFORE I AM UNABLE TO LOCATE THOSE WITH RADIO APPOINTMENTS OVER THE NEXT 3 MONTHS. Those with appointments please email me as soon as possible with details.     Radio Pet Show 5th... read more
Pet Show Sat 5th November 2016

Pet Show Sat 5th November 2016

www.thedogman.net Radio Show this Saturday 10.am Eu Time listen liveTRE Listen Live-  http://talkradioeurope.com/listen-live/         JOIN the radio list each week get copy of show radiolist@thedogman.net         ... read more
Radio Show

Radio Show

    Specialist in Canine Behaviour Commitment Firmness but Kindness davidthedogman@gmx.co.ukwww.thedogman.net Tel  34 952 88 33 88  MBL 610868748 Radio Show this Saturday 10.am Eu Time listen liveTRE Listen Live- ... read more
Radio Show 1st Oct 2016

Radio Show 1st Oct 2016

      Specialist in in Canine Behaviour Commitment Firmness but Kindness davidthedogman@gmx.co.ukwww.thedogman.net Tel  34 952 88 33 88  MBL 610868748 Radio Show this Saturday 10.am Eu Time listen liveTRE Listen Live- ... read more

Chloe is leaving YOUR CAT MAGAZINE

    To: David the DogmanSubject: Re: Radio November 5th   Hi David,   Thank you so much for your kind words… it means so much.  Best of luck with the radio show going forward – I’ll keep tuning in on a Saturday morning as I... read more

Radio Show link 24th September 2016

    RADIO SHOW 24th Sept 2016   This week the team Nazli owner of Pointer Clinic Estepona and Celia a small animal expert.   Celia explained the importance of cat grooming and applying treats. Nazli explained about Rabbits and Myxomatosis.... read more

Spanish Kennel Club re Pups

David the Dogman recommends that  you never buy a kitten or puppy online or in any shop or garden centre. We must ensure that kittens and puppies are kept with their mothers and not sold through pet shops, newspaper adverts, websites and private dealers. Before you... read more

FW: Radio Pet Show 3rd September

  David the Dogmans Guests:- Radio Show this Saturday 10.am Eu Time listen liveTRE Listen Live-  http://talkradioeurope.com/listen-live/     The team. Nazli our Vet Pointer Clinic Estepona Celia Haddon small animal expert. Our guests:-   Val... read more

Radio show

  Radio show David the Dogman and Guests. 20th August   The team Nazli from the Pointer Clinic East and Celia Haddon a small animal expert specializing in Feline. The show is hosted by David. Our Guests:-   Andy Cook Director of Canine Partners. ... read more

Radio show details and link

  Radio Show 13th October Radio Link www.talkradioeurope.com/clients/dogman160813.mp3   The team Nazli Pointer Clinic Estepona West, Celia Haddon small animal expert, Kenny the Birdman and hosted by David. May tips by Nazli and Celia, Kenny gave the... read more

Radio show August 13th

This week the team Nazli Vet, Celia Feline Expert, Kenny the Birdman and David who interrupts!   Andy Cook runs Canine Partners https://caninepartners.org.uk/ Their assistance dogs are trained to meet the needs of individuals with even the most complex physical... read more

Radio Show July 30th

    Radio Show 30th July 2016   This week the team Nazli Pointer Clinic East Celia Haddon Small animal expert and Kenny ‘The Birdman’ Your Host David the Dogman Your link www.talkradioeurope.com/clients/dogman160730.mp3 Guest Chloe Hukin... read more
Celia and ABPC

Celia and ABPC

I hope I have managed to send you via Facebook my talk on how to deal with the press.   It should be there. It wasn’t entirely an easy experience. I muddled my slides! However, I made myself do it. I thought of you and how you manage to do all that stuff on radio and... read more

Very Sad Police story

I am well informed that a number of serving ex police who have devoted half their working lives proudly in the Police Service have decided due to current murders some are refusing to talk or write about their past lives due to fear of ISIS. This is... read more
Beverley Cuddy

Beverley Cuddy

On Talk Radio Europe Saturday 23 July) Beverley took time off her vacation to chat to David about the scammers cheating disabled people who desperately need trained dogs to help them improve their lives. Many people are paying out thousands of UK Pounds and receiving... read more

from David

This Saturday at 10 a, thru 11. CET Radio Pet  Show David the Dogman and guests This week the team Nazli our vet from Estepona Celia Haddon small animal expert. Guest Beverley Cuddy founder and Editor of Dogs Today an old friend of David for many years. Guest Mickey... read more

Message from George Grayson

Just received this from George Grayson Hi David  In short a Good Clean and very informative web site. Well done, and deserving of a life time achievement award.  George GRAYSON Ex Insp North Yorkshire Police Dog Section Past President and Founder Member of the British... read more
Welcome to our NEW WEB!

Welcome to our NEW WEB!

Hello!   I hope you find our new web good and can make good use of the information on it, we worked very hard to have it ready! Now you will find this new blog section where new information about our topic will be published.  ... read more

Inner Peace: This is so True

If you can start the day without caffeine, If you can always be cheerful, ignoring aches and pains, If you can resist complaining and boring people with your troubles, If you can eat the same food every  day and be grateful for it, If you can understand when your... read more

Dogs not Dominant or Alpha

Dominance in Dogs (2012) Having been involved with dogs for over 50 years I learned many years ago like in any other industry there is a word called ‘Progress’ The dog is not a Woolf in disguise, he is a different species. I used to use pinch collars, choke chains,... read more
CATS – with Celia Haddon –

CATS – with Celia Haddon –

Celia’s newbook ‘TILLY’ and others are available www.celiahaddon.com ADDING NEW CATS TO EXISTING CATS. by Celia Haddon, www.celiahaddon.com  SHOULD YOU DO IT ANYWAY?  Your responsibility should be primarily for the cat or cats already in your care.... read more

Canine Partners

David supports this charity, and asks you to donate to this very worthy cause. https://caninepartners.org.uk/ Canine Partners Interviewed Hannah, Wendy & Teddy, Ann Norcote & Noodle, Hannah, Andy Cope, Becca, Sheila & Curly Allen Parton & EJ, Steve... read more
The Spanish Hunting Dogs (GALGOS/PODENCOS)

The Spanish Hunting Dogs (GALGOS/PODENCOS)

The Spanish hunting dogs live their entire lives on the brink of starvation, unstimulated, with hardly any human contact and no affection. Many live only until they are 2-3 years old, then they are replaced. Breeding bitches are kept alive longer. Click here to read... read more
A Dogs Seeing Eye Dog

A Dogs Seeing Eye Dog

Lily is a Great Dane that has been blind since a bizarre medical condition required that she have both eyes removed. For the last 5 years, Maddison, another Great Dane, has been her sight. These dogs are at the dog trust in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. They are basically... read more

Ann DeRizzio Dancing Dogs

Ann has been a professional dog trainer for over 20 years and has competed in Obedience, Agility and Breed ring showing. She is a qualified lecturer and works at Myerscough College in Lancashire, lecturing on dog behaviour, training, welfare and development. Ann is a... read more

Barking Dog Problems

Thank you Richard Elke for passing us this information The law is very clear on the matter in both the protection of animals and the problems they cause. There is a law passed by the Generalitat Valenciana issued on July 8, 1994 (Law for the protection of Pets) which... read more
Grooming your Pet

Grooming your Pet

Grooming is an important part of dog and cat ownership which should be started as soon as possible. When dog meets dog they always sniff around the anal area this gives an indication as to the state and type of nature the animal has. The anal gland is an active organ... read more

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