Adelaide's only Force Free accredited daycare

Our method of supervision is based on positive reinforcement methods as recommended and preferred by The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA). People frequently reward negative behaviour in their dogs without even realising it. For example, we discourage the use of choker chains.

The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) also recommends the use of positive reinforcement methods for dogs as the preferred method of training.

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Today 13 year old Bailey revealed her 4 step Bailey Beauty routine.

1. Wake up and wag that tail 200 times.
2. Roll onto back and scratch until someone finds you and scratches your belly.
3. Get at least 3 hugs and sloppy kisses from other dogs everyday.
4. Sneak in as many Bailey Beauty naps as you can.

There you have it. If you want to look this good at 13, just follow Bailey's Beauty routine .😍

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When you turn around to open the gate and Jet is waiting for a cuddle! 😘

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