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Puppy Recall

Buster the Border Terrier recall with whistle. 5 Months old.

Buddy tug of war

Buddy as a puppy playing tug of war with a rag toy. When he first arrived, he didn't have much idea what toys were for, but it didn't take him long to work out that they were fun. Even when he was this little he could still give a strong tug with those sharp little baby teeth!

As you can see, playing with a puppu can have unexpected consequences, but never mind, it's all part of the fun. And before you know it, they're all grown up. But still very playful in Buddy's case!

Buddy's first meal

We had just brought Buddy home, and this was the first meal he ate at home. Then he had a sniff around and a drink, and it was time to be vigilant and get to grips with toilet training!

He was such a cute puppy, so friendly and cuddly, and that soft puppy coat was beautiful. I can't believe he was so little then, and he's grown so big now. At the time it seemed like such hard work, but looking back, it passed so quickly. Great to have photos and video to look back on.

Buddy as a puppy with a treat ball

This is Buddy as a young puppy playing with a treat ball. He can smell the treats inside the ball, but he can't quite get the hang of how to get to them. It didn't take him long to learn that if he rolled the ball along, the treats fell out and he got to eat them. To begin with though we had to show him - sweet!

He was almost eight weeks old here and just so cute. I can't believe how fast he grew up into the gorgeous adult he is now. Lovely to look back.

Buddy's first day

Buddy as a tiny pupppy, having eaten his first meal at home. He was so sweet, and there is something so touching when he stops in front of the person, and presents a sit! We had just brought him home from the breeders, and he was probably missing his siblings and mum terribly, but he looks cheerful enough.

He was so small then - I can't believe how big he is now, at the grand old age of almost six! Seeing the video brings back such wonderful memories of his puppyhood.


190 - What It's Like to be a Dog and Barking Mad Dog Holidays

Gregory Berns talks about his book What It's Like to be a Dog, which is a thought provoking and fascinating read. Sue Corfield tells us about the dog activity holidays she runs in the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Plus we've rounded up some happy stories for the DogCast Radio News.

189 - The Dog Healers and War Dogs Remembered

In this episode you can hear Mark Winik talk about his debut novel, The Dog Healers, and listen to Julia Robertson explain why she founded the charity War Dogs remembered. Plus there's the DogCast Radio News, and what Mischief the German Spitz puppy has been up to.

188 - Service Dogs UK and Roxie the Doxie Finds Her Forever Home

In this episode you can hear about Service Dogs UK, a fantastic charity which trains assistance dogs to support veterans of any service - military personnel, police, firefighters, paramedics and the coastguard - who develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder due to their job. Also, listen to Dr Jody A Dean, a clinical psychologist talk about how her book, Roxie the Doxie finds her Forever Home, is helping children understand and talk about adoption and other family issues. Plus the DogCast Radio News and some thoughts on the alpha dog myth.

187 - Muffins Halo and Chorley Fun Dog Show

In this episode you can hear about Muffin's Halo for Blind Dogs, and what motivates people to enter their dog in a fun dog show. In the DogCast Radio News, listen to stories about the latest dog related research. Plus there's a new member of the DogCast Radio team!

186 - Maxwell Muir on wolves

In this episode you can hear trainer, behaviourist, writer, broadcaster and wolf expert Maxwell Muir talk about what wolves mean to him personally, their plight in a modern world, and his hopes for their future. Plus we have the DogCast Radio News.