When you have had a session with me, there may be various books or pieces of equpment that I suggest you research and look into using. Here is a list of some of them to try - click on the name to link to the website
A well fitting dog harness is a vital piece of equipment for dog training and dog behaviour to make your dog feel comfortable, to stop pulling on the lead, and for his physical wellbeing.
A 3 meter is the best length of lead for loose lead training.
Fleas, Ticks and Wormers
Here is a link to some natural ways of treating fleas and ticks which may help you to make an informed choice when treating and preventing fleas, ticks and wormers.
Natural Control of Intestinal Hygiene for all animals, pets and farm animals (approved by Organic Farmers & Growers) available as crunchies which can be used as treats (my dogs have them as their bedtime biscuits), liquid or pellets.
Totally natural "Billy No Mates" natural flea, mite and tick repellent for dogs and cats
Everyone should have a copy of this book by PDTE Chairman, Winkie Spiers. A practical guide to choosing, eating, drinking, sleeping, exercising, socialising, chilling and generally enjoying living with your dog!
This book basically teaches you to speak dog, to understand the body language that dogs use to communicate with each other and ourselves. I believe that this book is essential for every dog owner, so that they can communicate with their dog.
Essential Oils and Herbs
Rachel sells a great selection of carefully selected herbs, essential oils and hydrosols and also sells selections of starter kits for dogs, cats and horses.
Sells all of the herbs and oils used in my sessions (except my own homemade hydrosols)
Essential oils, hydrosols, powdered herbs (spirulina, barley grass etc), oils (coconut, rice bran, arnica etc)