My name is Daniella Cranfield. I have always been around animals. My whole family is animal lovers, my parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and cousins all have animals! I had a dog walking and pet-sitting business before Covid-19 meant I had to give it up and slow down. Having a Siberian Husky from a pup was an eye-opener for me. Luckily we had a fantastic positive reinforcement trainer who helped me and my family train our Husky. Working with her was amazing; she encouraged me to attend a course to learn about dog behavior and dog body language, which was invaluable. I could transfer much of what I learned to the different breeds I worked with. This also encouraged me to take my learning journey further and I have since earned further qualifications. I created this website to share some of the things I have learned.
- Dog Training Diploma (Distinction)
- Canine Behaviour Training Diploma (Distinction)
- Animal Assisted Therapy Diploma (Distinction)
- Canine Nutrition Diploma (Distinction)
- Feline Behaviour and Psychology Diploma (Distinction)
- Feline Nutrition Diploma (Distinction)
Daniella’s Latest Articles
Can Dogs Eat Figs? Yes, dogs can eat fresh figs in tiny amounts. Figs are a healthy treat rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals for humans. However, dogs have different nutritional needs. Introduce them gradually to monitor for any adverse reactions. Always consult your vet for personalized advice. Be aware that the other parts of…
Can dogs eat dried cranberries? Yes, dogs can eat cranberries and dried cranberries in moderation. They offer health benefits, but too many may cause digestive issues. Always avoid added sugar or xylitol (also known as barch sugar). Consult your vet before introducing new foods.
Can Dogs Eat Doritos? No, dogs should not eat Doritos. The high salt, artificial flavors, and spices can be harmful. These ingredients may cause digestive issues, sodium ion poisoning, or even pancreatitis in dogs. Avoid giving Doritos to ensure your dog’s health and save on vet bills.