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Field Trips

March 20, 2018
It is rare to have the relaxed luxury of having your dog run off leash, without any of the usual concerns of other dogs, poor recall or traffic fears. We have found the Urban Dogs Farm to be an amazing way to give this to our fur friends. Dogs can run free, in a safe, superv...
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Junior Dog Handlers Class

September 25, 2017

Doggy Massage

September 18, 2017
When we have tight muscles, are recovering from an injury, or simply just need to relax we can take ourselves off for a massage.  As humans, it’s widely accepted that therapeutic massage loosens up our muscle tissues so that tension can be released and the movement an...
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Retail NZ Awards

September 7, 2017
It was an honour for Urban Dogs to be selected as National finalist for the Retail NZ Awards. On the 7 September 2017 Kerry and Leanne attended the awards evening, a glamorous formal affair were everyone was dressed as they should for an evening of celebration. Alt...
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How It All Began...

August 15, 2017
Turning a bland concrete warehouse into a flourishing doggy day care wasn’t going to be easy but Urban Dogs owners', Leanne Coste and Corey Martin, had their hearts set on providing a quality doggy day care where doggy parents could feel confident leaving their dogs.Leanne...
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Interview with Sam Kingston

August 15, 2017
In this interview I chat to dog trainer, behaviourist and vet nurse Sam Kingston who works for Urban Dogs.  We talked about her 15 years in the industry, all about her dog Rufus and her advice for others wanting to work with dogs.(interview starts).Why did you want to w...
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Check out our latest article in OHbaby magazine addressing how to introduce your dog and baby. http://www.ohbaby.co.nz/baby/paws-for-thought-introducing-your-baby-to-your-dog/ If you need further help with this please contact us for training advice and consultations.Photogra...
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Doggy Day care is growing in popularity in New Zealand, people are busier and smaller housing means people have smaller back yards and dog owners are also recognising the importance of having well socialised dogs.I have owned a doggy day care for nearly 5 years and have empl...
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Guy Fawkes can be a very exciting time for humans but for some dogs it’s a different story. Although some dogs might be fine, others can get very scared of fireworks. In order to keep your dog safe and happy there are a few things you can do to help. Stay calm Try not to m...
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Raising a dog takes a lot of patience and consistency and the rewards certainly pay off when you have yourself a well-behaved adult dog. The top ten mistakes that people make when raising a dog are outlined below, if you’re aware of them then you can avoid making them your...
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