Dogenhagen: A Pet Project

Dogenhagen: A Pet Project

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We are looking for a dog walker and/or sitter for a large very sweet Great Pyrenees dog. We would like to have someone that could walk him as a trial that has experience with a very large dog and eventually we would like to have the same walker be able to take care of him when we travel either at our house or yours. Great Pyrenees do need a complete fenced in area, they will roam if off the leash and lots of special love. Looking forward to recommendations and any advice. We live in Rungsted Kyst.
HELP

Simba went missing (or was stolen) this afternoon in front of HERMES in inner-city Copenhagen by Gammel strand.

I am currently abroad so I don't know anything else at this point, my boyfriend called me to tell me at 6pm and since he's been looking around inner city.

He has informed the police.

But PLEASE if you see/hear anything about SIMBA PLEASE CONTACT ME!

Simba is a 7-year-old mixed-race dog. He is comfortable around all people.

+4526843326
Hi

I will move soon to CPH with a lot of baggage and 2 medium dog that comes with their own large size varrikennel. Any recommendation for trasport from airport to Osterbro?

Thanks

A service for Dogs & their People providing dog sitting, dog walks and other services such as organising dog-centered events in and around Copenhagen, Denmark.

A mix of paid and complimentary services for dogs and their people.

A group for Dogs & their People organizing dog-centered events in and around Copenhagen, Denmark

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Nurse goes beyond duty and rescues a hospitalized patient's dog from the shelter 27/12/2021

Nurse goes beyond duty and rescues a hospitalized patient's dog from the shelter

Nurse goes beyond duty and rescues a hospitalized patient's dog from the shelter It was right after Thanksgiving that registered nurse Jennifer Smith got an early morning phone call from John Burley, one of her favorite patients. He was distraught about his beloved dog, Boomer.

22/12/2021

Got a travel plan? Need boarding for your four legged friend? We have two spots available at our dog friendly house in Kastrup for your furry friend to spend the holidays.

The house has dog friendly furniture, a large enclosed yard and attentive, snack delivering humans in residence. The house is senior dog friendly with no stairs in or out of the yard and has one senior female in residence. So it's VERY laid back around here.

PM for more information.

Got a travel plan? Need boarding for your four legged friend? We have two spots available at our dog friendly house in Kastrup for your furry friend to spend the holidays.

The house has dog friendly furniture, a large enclosed yard and attentive, snack delivering humans in residence. The house is senior dog friendly with no stairs in or out of the yard and has one senior female in residence. So it's VERY laid back around here.

PM for more information.

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Sales of eco-friendly pet food soar as owners become aware of impact 25/11/2021

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@rawpetsupplies Far too relevant not to share 😂

01/11/2021

Happy Dogenween everyone ... a day late.

OK it’s a day late, but this made us at Off The Leash all laugh out loud this morning!

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BRAIN UNDER CONSTRUCTION – DEALING WITH TEENAGE DOGS
Those cute, adorable puppies don’t stay that way for long and soon grow up to be adult dogs. It’s often the stage in between this period that owners find the most frustrating and wonder what on earth has happened to their pup’s lovely personality. Just like people, the stage between childhood and adulthood - those often-dreaded teenage years, can be exasperating. There’s a saying that I’m sure will resonate with many parents who have gone through the teenage years with their off spring - “Parents with teenagers understand why some animals eat their young!” Many dog owners are unaware that dogs also go through a teenage stage and are frustrated and unprepared for the changes this may bring. It’s a sad reality that this is the age that many dogs are surrendered to shelters as their owners no longer “like” the way their dogs behave.
The adolescent dog has to cope with surging hormones and a brain that is reorganizing itself. The most pronounced behavioural changes are usually seen between 6 to 12 months old. Although hormones play a huge part in the change in behaviour, the brain is also going through big changes as it develops and rewires itself. All of these changes may cause dogs to be easily distracted, finding it more difficult to learn and retain information and they may seem to have forgotten everything they’ve been trained to do. They may also begin to develop a need to be more independent and engage in more risk taking or excitement seeking behaviour.
Although this stage may be challenging, remembering that it’s just a phase and “this too shall pass”, makes it easier to cope with. Understanding, awareness, patience and consistency will help you both get through it.

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“What’s the command for this?” is one of the most common questions that dog trainers hear from owners. There’s a big focus in the general dog owning public on using WORDS to control a dog. We humans use a verbal language as our primarily mode of communication, so it’s only natural that we instinctively use plenty of spoken cues when we’re trying to get a dog to do something.

While spoken cues, or “commands” are a crucial part of training a dog, they can also be the cause of setbacks or failures. “Sit,” says the typical dog owner, and if their dog doesn’t immediately follow the cue, the owner will usually follow up their first cue with some variation of “sit. Sit! Go on buddy! SIT!!” or even some non-verbal prompting, like pushing on the dog’s rear or yanking their leash.

A human equivalent would be handing you a math problem, saying “solve it!” and then continually nagging you until you did – “Solve it! Go on! Do it! I know that you know how to do this! Solve the problem!” In both situations, the instructor would most likely see a better result if they simply gave their student a moment of silence to think.

If you ask your dog to follow a cue, and they don’t comply the first time you ask even when you give them a moment to think it through, chances are that their training is incomplete IN THAT CONTEXT. The answer is not to nag at them, but to invest some time practicing in similar environments. To go back to our human analogy, that problem was too advanced; the teacher needs to go back and coach the student through the concepts involved. A common example is asking a dog to sit in a busy, high distraction environment when you’ve only done training sessions in your low-distraction lounge room.

At That Dog Geek we’re also big fans of training some behaviours WITHOUT ANY VERBAL CUE AT ALL. We train dogs that meeting a human IS the cue to sit politely. Picking up their leash IS the cue to wait calmly for it to be clipped on. Holding their dinner IS the cue to sit and wait until they are released to eat. Being out on a walk IS the cue to walk next to the human and check in regularly – without any “heel” or “watch me!”

This kind of training - using contextual or environment cues to prompt a dog’s behaviour - is very convenient for the humans, empowering for the dogs, and leads to a more enjoyable and relaxed coexistence for both. Dogs trained with this approach also have better impulse control and problem-solving skills, meaning that it’s easier to teach them new behaviours compared to dogs who are used to being constantly prompted.

What behaviours have you trained your dog to do without being asked? We’d love to hear about them in the comments :D

Happy training Dog Geeks!

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Sooo wise.

My dogs certainly follow this!

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We don't normally endorse products for our four-legged friends, but this comes recommended by people who know about this sort of thing from a professional perspective.

Does your dog run away when you try to put his/her harness on?

This is a very common problem, and often indicates that your dog does not feel comfortable with the way in which the harness is put on.

Examples mostly include, harnesses going over the head and/or lifting legs into holes.

The PerfectFit Harness can be clipped around the body whilst your dog is hoovering up treats from the floor.

Not only is this stress-free, but it also creates a positive relationship between your dog and his/her harness. 💛

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Good idea.

Tiny progress daily is far better than moderate progress that sets the process back. Go easy for both of you and find success!

#DogBehavior #CSAT #CDBC #ADT #iaabc #iaabcPets #FearFreePets #OscarWinner #OscarWinningBehavior #BehaviorThatWinsRewards

14/06/2021

True. Who else can relate?

13/06/2021

Summer walks, pet sitting services and good naps. Phone +45 31 83 81 81 for details.

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Who's a good boi? Who?

The problem a lot of people have with ‘Stay’ as a cue, is they often use it to practise recall as well, so they get the dog to 'stay', and then call their dog to them. However, dogs tend to learn to a series of cues, and in order to efficiently earn their reward, they often predict what the next one will be. This is why lots of dogs seem to forget 'sit' and start going straight to the 'down' position, as 'sit' has been used as a stepping-stone to teach 'down', and they have only been rewarded on the 'down' for many repetitions. So similarly, if a dog is called after a 'stay' and are rewarded when they successfully get back to their owner, they will see that as the 'end-goal' of the cue; as such they will be more likely to break the 'stay' to get to their final-goal and earn their reward.

In our classes we teach 'Stay' and 'Wait' as two separate cues; this is because we want one cue - ‘Stay’ - to be sacred. So with ‘Stay’, you ALWAYS go back to the dog to reward them, whereas with ‘Wait’ you can call the dog to you. This creates two versions of the cue: where ‘Stay’ always means ‘Stay’, until you go back to them, and 'Wait' means 'Wait' until my next instruction! 👍

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Vi finder hjem til hunde, katte, kaniner og andre smådyr - Dyreværnet 24/05/2021

Vi finder hjem til hunde, katte, kaniner og andre smådyr - Dyreværnet

Over 40 dogs have recently been rescued from a hoarder ... now would be an excellent time to get a four-legged friend that could really use a good two-legged friend. https://dyrevaernet.dk/

Vi finder hjem til hunde, katte, kaniner og andre smådyr - Dyreværnet Vi redder og finder hjem til danske kæledyr

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Job well done. Got snacks?

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Great tips :)

26/04/2021

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24/04/2021

Ah, the sniffpedition. Those are great.

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Good to keep in mind.

I cannot emphasise how important quality and adequate rest is for our dogs (and for ourselves!).

Just think how you feel when you've not received enough!

Don't be afraid to have non-walk days to allow your dog to recover and decompress, do some sniffing in their garden, and other enrichment activities.

It's something we massively work on in doggy day care, and it's such a good skill for the pups to learn to settle when there are potentially other things happening around, and other dogs.

Is your dog currently getting enough rest?

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Laziness doesn’t exist.

I’m not vacuuming because of my dog #thatsmystoryandimstickingtoit

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Something to keep in mind as the weather improves (lol ... just not today in Copenhagen).

A dog playing with a tennis ball on the beach is a beautiful sight to behold however, their teeth won't thank you for it! The sand covered gritty tennis ball damages the protective enamel on your dog's teeth making them more likely to succumb to diseased teeth and painful dental problems. It is like rubbing sand-paper on them and interesting fact, their enamel covering is much thinner than ours! So no tennis balls, especially on the beach!!

If you bought a dog during lockdown, they'll need help coming out of it | Rachel Casey 05/04/2021

If you bought a dog during lockdown, they'll need help coming out of it | Rachel Casey

If you bought a dog during lockdown, they'll need help coming out of it | Rachel Casey Behavioural problems are a common reason for rehoming, so prepare them for when you’re not there 24/7, says canine behaviourist Rachel Casey

Dogenhagen: for urban four and two legged residents

An organisation for Dogs & their People offering dog-centered services, activities and events in and around Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Vestergade 16
Copenhagen
1456

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Dogenhagen: A Pet Project is for dogs that have people but find that their human(s) can be a bit slow at times. Perhaps the walks are too short, the work hours too long or other things which make life stressful for all concerned. This is especially true for international, expat dogs whose human is pressed for time and has a hard time finding good and affordable services like dog boarding, doggy day care and daily walks We provide services for dogs to meet in amiable surroundings and lessen the stress of daily urban life. We facilitate activities such as: butt sniffing, the chasing of sticks and balls, playing games of chase and be chased in addition to taking care of business (all with a good supply of snacks on hand, of course). PM or email us for more information about our canine-centered services.
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