London's Leading Community Radio Station
We are 30 !!!!!!!!!!
Welcome to Station FM, London's leading community radio station on this our massive 30th year of broadcasting.
Our very first show was on 23rd February 1991 !
The management, DJ's, engineers and backroom staff thank you for your continuous support.
STUDIO NUMBER - 07539 064390
Management - 07951 410784 / 07956 117213
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What is more fun that having a dog? So Brain Training For Dogs many dog owners know the special happiness that comes from having a canine in their lives. If you're one of the people who know what it's like to have a dog, you want to do your best to make sure he's with you a long time. Here are some tips to help make sure of that.
Groom your dog regularly. A dog requires constant grooming to keep his coat in tip top condition. Make sure that your dog is completely relaxed before you start the grooming session; this is especially important if he is excitable. Keep the session quite short (5 to 10 minutes at most) until he is comfortable with the idea of being groomed. Most importantly - be sure to praise him and offer a treat after a successful grooming session!
If you decide to take your dog with you on a trip, take a photo of him on your phone. Therefore, if your animals get lost, there is a recent photo that can be used for the purpose of locating them.
If your dog gets lost, it is very unlikely that you will see him again unless he has proper identification. Tags can come off, so the best option is a microchip. It is quick to put in your dog, and it causes minimal discomfort. Simply register the chip ID after it is put in, and your pet will always have his identification with him.
Never allow your dog to leave your yard without a leash even if he seems very trustworthy and calm. You never know when something might spook him or distract him, leading to devastation. Your dog is your responsibility.
When preparing to groom your pet, start the session off on the right foot by helping your dog relax. Spend a few minutes simply petting him, starting with the head and then rubbing the back, paws, belly and even tail. Once you feel your dog is happy and content, begin grooming him.
Schedule regular veterinary visits. Regular veterinary exams are extremely important for your dog's overall health - as with humans, it is important to catch any health problems early on. The vet will make sure that your dog is up to date on his vaccinations, and check for any other issues such as weight and dental problems or parasites.