Naturally Happy Dogs

Expert online dog advice

Exciting times!

Naturally Happy Dogs is changing.

In order to provide our top quality videos to even more people, we are moving ALL of our videos to our  YouTube channel. This means they will be FREE for everyone!

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The Naturally Happy Dogs Blog looks a litle different but is still available at blog.naturallyhappydogs.com. Please bear with us while we finish the brand new website where everything will look a lot better.

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More videos on their way soon

We have a large amount of videos in the queue to be added to our YouTube channel. Contact us at hello (at) naturallyhappydogs.com to let us know which video you’d like us to add to the YouTube channel next.

Some of the titles we’re hoping to move across soon are:

  • A cancer treatment for dogs: CV247
  • Acupressure for dogs
  • Acupuncture for dogs with arthritis
  • Acupuncture for dogs with incontinence
  • Alternative veterinary medicine
  • An introduction to animal communication
  • Anatomy of canine movement
  • Animalarm: portable temperature alarm
  • Are dogs more stressed today?
  • Assured Breeders Scheme
  • Bach flower remedies for dogs: moving house
  • Bach flower remedies for rescue dogs
  • BAER dog hearing tests
  • Barking control: in the garden
  • Bathing a dog
  • Bikejoring - a first go
  • Bloodhound Trials
  • Bloodhound Trials: Competitions
  • Bloodhound Trials: Laying the trail
  • Bloodhound Trials: Training
  • Bowen Canine Myotherapy to treat dog pain
  • Bowen Canine Myotherapy: What Is It?
  • Breeding dogs: Whelping
  • Canicross
  • Canicross: Dog harnesses
  • Canicross: general equipment
  • Canicross: getting started
  • Canicross: Safety
  • Canicross: Trail etiquette
  • Canine Bowen therapy in practise
  • Canine Massage for the sporting dog
  • Canine Massage: a session
  • Canine Massage: an introduction
  • Canine Massage: finding a therapist
  • Canine Massage: the benefits
  • Canine Pregnancy Scanning
  • Carting equipment
  • Carting with dogs
  • Carting: the training process
  • Cavalier Matters
  • Comet county's happiest dog
  • Commercial food: Vet's Kitchen
  • Competitive dog Obedience
  • Competitive dog Obedience exercises
  • Competitive dog obedience: novice recall - present / finish
  • Competitive dog obedience: novice recall - wait / come
  • Controlling reactive dogs
  • Controlling your dog's scavenging
  • Deafness in dogs
  • Deafness in dogs and BAER testing
  • Diet and nutrition for dogs
  • Disc Dog
  • Disc Dog: training the basics
  • Do we have to be the pack leader?
  • Dock dogs: diving for dogs!
  • Dog agility: starting jumps
  • Dog agility: starting tunnels
  • Dog agility: starting weave poles
  • Dog aromatherapy: a consultation
  • Dog aromatherapy: an introduction
  • Dog aromatherapy: oils
  • Dog arthritis treatments
  • Dog behaviour: Nature vs Nurture
  • Dog castration and behaviour
  • Dog grooming: clipping
  • Dog grooming: scissoring
  • Dog homeopathy for arthritis
  • Dog homeopathy for itchy skin
  • Dog nutrition from puppies to seniors
  • Dog Obedience: a sport for all breeds
  • Dog Obedience: heelwork exercises
  • Dog Obedience: novice recall
  • Dog scentwork: pairing scent with food
  • Dog separation anxiety: part 1
  • Dog separation anxiety: part 2
  • Dog shows: Managing a show
  • Dog shows: Ring Stewarding
  • Dog shows: Secretaries
  • Dog toilet training: 'ring a bell' technique
  • Dog tracking: article problems
  • Dog tracking: corners
  • Dog tracking: handling skills
  • Dog training: how to teach 'leave'
  • Dog training: interactive games for good behaviour
  • Dog training: past, present and future
  • Dog training: reducing reliance on rewards
  • Dog training: reinforcement and punishment
  • Dog training: starting heelwork
  • Dog training: teaching eye contact and impulse control
  • Dog training: teaching the heelwork position
  • Dog training: the 'be still' cue
  • Doggy day care
  • Dogs in Schools
  • Explosives search dogs
  • Fear at the vets: a case study
  • Fear at the vets: spotting the signs
  • Fear at the vets: what owners can do
  • Fear at the vets: what vets can do
  • Film and TV work with your dog
  • Finding (and keeping) a good vet
  • First aid: Emergency tail bandaging
  • Flea Allergic Dermatitis (FAD)
  • Flyball
  • Flyball: teaching the box
  • Flyball: teaching the jumps
  • Fun exercise with your dog: wag and tone
  • Fun scentwork: an introduction
  • Fun scentwork: How to train
  • Fun scentwork: the benefits
  • Galen Myotherapy in practice
  • Good Citizen Dog Scheme: Bronze test
  • Good Citizen Dog Scheme: Gold test
  • Good Citizen Dog Scheme: Silver test
  • Good Citizens: Recall
  • Good Citizens: Socialisation
  • Grooming puppies
  • Help for OCD dogs
  • Homeopathy for canine insomnia
  • How a wolf pack works
  • How dogs are helping children to read
  • How long can puppies concentrate?
  • How raw feeding helped an itchy dog
  • How safe are dog vaccinations?
  • How to be a better dog owner
  • How to buy a healthy puppy
  • How to choose the right dog breed
  • How to choose the right dog harness
  • How to dry your dog
  • How to enrich your dog's environment
  • How to find a good dog groomer
  • How to find a good dog training class
  • How to get a dog used to wearing a harness
  • How to get your dog's attention with the shoulder tap
  • How to help nervous dogs
  • How to housetrain your dog
  • How to muzzle train your dog
  • How to pluck your dog's ears
  • How to stop your dog barking at the doorbell
  • How to stop your dog from pulling: head collars
  • How to stop your dog from pulling: lead stroking
  • How to stop your dog jumping up
  • How to use a dog calming cap
  • Hydrotherapy for dogs: choosing a pool
  • Hydrotherapy for dogs: what to expect
  • Increasing interest in rewards in dog training
  • Is there a wolf in your living room?
  • Judging: 'Going over' a dog
  • Judging: 'Going over' without getting bitten
  • Keeping dogs safe at Christmas
  • Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme
  • Kennel cough: signs, symptoms and treatments
  • Kong chew toys - useful and fun
  • Managing reactive dogs
  • Minnie's facebook fame
  • My dog is my baby
  • Natural therapies for canine digestive problems
  • Natural veterinary medicine case studies
  • Neutering - castration and spaying
  • Neutering in practice: Castration
  • Neutering in practice: Spaying
  • New baby with my dogs
  • No-pull dog harness
  • Pet cremation
  • Pet first aid: CPR for dogs
  • Pet first aid: how to help a dog with a cut tongue
  • Physiotherapy for dog hip dysplasia
  • Playing tug with your dog
  • Preventing and getting rid of fleas on dogs
  • Preventing dog bites in children
  • Preventing dog bloat
  • Preventing inappropriate marking behaviour
  • Preventing inappropriate mounting behaviour
  • Product: Doddle
  • Product: Magloc
  • Puppy's first clicker lesson
  • Puppy's first training class
  • Puppy's first vet visit
  • Quality dog walking
  • Raw food works for my dogs
  • Reactive dog training classes
  • Recall training: tips and tricks
  • Reducing your dog's stress at Christmas
  • Rehoming a stray dog from the street
  • Rehoming older dogs
  • Reiki for dog anxiety and stress
  • Reiki for dog arthritis
  • Reiki for dog heart problems
  • Reiki for dogs
  • Relaxed dog training
  • Removing ticks safely
  • Restraint Tolerance: teaching dogs to accept handling
  • Retrieva Tracking Collar
  • Ringcraft: an introduction
  • Ringcraft: handling techniques
  • Ringcraft: moving in the ring
  • Ringcraft: showing dogs
  • Ringcraft: standing and stacking
  • Safe dog car travel
  • Scentwork: teaching a passive indication
  • Scooter and Bikejor equipment
  • Signs your dog might need massage therapy
  • Social dog walks
  • Socialisation dog classes
  • Stevenage Dogwatch
  • Supplements in dog foods
  • Talking Dogs Rally: First lesson
  • Teaching 'growl' and 'shush'
  • Teaching a dog front door manners
  • Teaching TD Rally: call front
  • Teaching TD Rally: dog circles
  • Teaching TD Rally: handler U-turns
  • Teaching TD Rally: spirals
  • Teaching TD Rally: walk arounds
  • The benefits of harnesses
  • The benefits of veterinary case studies
  • The changing world of dog shows
  • The critical periods in puppy development
  • The dog who wouldn't walk
  • The Great Dane who couldn't pee
  • The human-canine bond
  • The Veterinary Medicines Directorate
  • Top tips: motivation in obedience training
  • Training dogs to not jump up
  • Training reactive dogs
  • Treating dog ticks
  • Treating fleas and worms naturally
  • Treibball
  • Treibball: teaching the 'out'
  • Treibball: teaching the push
  • Treo: The world's bravest dog
  • TTouch for rehabilitation
  • TTouch in agility
  • TTouch to improve learning
  • UK Wolf Conservation Trust
  • Understanding dog language
  • Understanding emotions in dogs
  • Vet's Klinic
  • Veterinary anaesthetics
  • Veterinary dental procedures
  • Veterinary physiotherapy for older dogs
  • Veterinary X-rays
  • VMD: Accredited Internet Retailer Scheme
  • VMD: How to find information about veterinary medicine
  • VMD: How to report an adverse reaction to pet medicine
  • Wag and tone: Gym ball tap
  • What happens when my dog is put down?
  • What is animal communication?
  • What is dog agility?
  • What is dog separation anxiety?
  • What is Galen Myotherapy?
  • What is natural veterinary medicine?
  • What is Tellington TTouch?
  • What to do when your puppy bites you
  • What to expect at dog Obedience competitions
  • When to add commands (cues) in dog training
  • Wild wolves in the UK
  • Working as a...Alternative Vet
  • Working as a...Canine Massage Therapist
  • Working as a...dog groomer
  • Working as a...dog lawyer
  • Working as a...Dog Trainer
  • Working as a...dog walker
  • Working as a...raw meat supplier