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Hi, I'm Sarah White, an Animal Behaviourist and owner of Ruffle Snuffle. I only use and advocate positive reinforcement methods to shape and change behaviours across a wide range of animals.

I created my blog as a resource for pet owners to enjoy full of training tips, behaviour advice, healthy recipes and grooming tips for all creatures great and small.

I also own Ruffle Snuffle®, my award-winning business which designs and produces an award winning range of enrichment toys for pets, including the famous snufflemat.

Expert behaviour advice, training tips, health and wellbeing. Helping you & your pet to have a happy life. 🐶🐕🐰🐎

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I think we wore the dog out! . #winterdogwalks Don’t forget to wash paws when you get home - I have a recipe for home made pas soak ( link in bio)

10 point checklist to puppy proof your house

When getting a new puppy it’s important to make sure both the inside and outside of your home is free from any plants or flowers that could be poisonous and toxic, such as lavender, eucalyptus, and peonies. it’s extremely important to make sure that your cleaning products don’t contain any chemicals that can be harmful to your dog. We know (and understand) that dogs can be disgusting, neverending exploring and running around can work up quite a thirsty appetite in a young puppy, keep them safe by making sure your toilet lid is shut, remnants of bleach or other toilet cleaning products can be highly toxic. Whilst those viral videos of a very guilty looking dog with your bin’s contents spilled all over the kitchen floor is funny, your dog getting into your bin can be extremely dangerous.

Playing fetch is hard! We keep losing the ball 🤣. . #winterdogwalks If your dog gets snowball legs on winter walks then my latest article is for you ( link in bio)

Why does my cat bring me leaves?

Why do our cats collect leaves and bring them to us? But, there are also questions over nesting behaviours and why cats bring in specific leaves, twigs, and tree bark. Leaves, twigs and pinecones are also fun playthings for some cats because of their colours, textures, and the way that they move. While this notion works for leaves, it doesn’t explain why some cats bring in twigs and pieces of tree bark instead.

Definitely a winter walk today! How was your day? #winterdogwalks If your dog hates winter walks then my latest article is for you ( link in bio)

Can puppies eat peanut butter? Your questions answered

But, it is important that this really is just a small amount and that your dog doesn’t eat the wrong kind. There may only be a small amount in each jar, and then a small amount on the spoon, but you don’t want to run the risk of your dog getting ill. If you buy a product that is completely safe to eat, you can be sure that your kids won’t get in trouble if they use it for a dog treat by mistake. If you don’t want to give up on having chocolate peanut butter in the house, make sure it is completely out of the dog’s reach and that you label it as not safe for them to eat.

Our Essentials Enrichment Pack for Dogs on Lockdown #lockdowndogs #canineenrichment

What to do when your cat meows non-stop

In this interesting study published in Current Biology Karen McComb found that domestic cats make subtle use of one of their most characteristic vocalisations — purring — to solicit food from their human hosts, apparently exploiting sensory biases that humans have for providing care. Cats don’t like change or new experiences. They don’t like strange new things in their territory – like new appliances, human toys, or new pets. They may also start meowing in certain situations where they didn’t before, such as going to bed or to the toilet.

Red, green, blue and occasionally the lucky purple one! Bamboozle Ball time for pups!!

Assorted colours ;) Bamboozle Ball puzzle fun!

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