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Puppy Training Timeline: Teaching Good Behavior Before It’s Too Late

Puppy Training Timeline: Teaching Good Behavior Before It’s Too Late Puppies, like human babies, do a lot of learning to do in their early months, especially when it comes to navigating their new environment and adopting good manners.

Puppy Training Podcast by: Susan Garrett

14 Day Step by Step Perfect Puppy Training Guide

The excitement of welcoming a new puppy into your home can help to create family memories that last for a lifetime. It’s more than a puppy, you are introducing a new household member to your family and you want everything to be perfect. However, those happy feelings can disappear quickly as the puppy begins to learn, and grow, and misbehave. To be fair, this is not the fault of the puppy, as they are new and do not know any better. The responsibility of proper puppy training falls to you, the owner, if we want them to behave properly.

BEFORE You Get Your Puppy Free E-book

The thrill of getting a new puppy can sometimes short-circuit the rational thinking part of our brain. This guide can help to educate you on what sort of dog is the best fit for you. Take a look at this before you make your decision on a new puppy

AFTER You Get Your Puppy Free E-book

The most urgent priority is to socialize your puppy to a wide variety of people, especially children, men, and strangers, before he is twelve weeks old. Well-socialized puppies grow up to be wonderful companions, whereas antisocial dogs are difficult, time-consuming, and potentially dangerous. Your puppy needs to learn to enjoy the company of all people and to enjoy being handled by all people, especially children and strangers.

Puppy Mental Enrichment Free E-book

Working out our dog’s brains is just as essential for meeting their needs as taking them for daily walks. Incorporating a variety of brain games to your daily routine can help your pup develop appropriate outlets for their normal dog behaviors (such as digging, searching, chasing, etc.), instead of developing their own brand of mental enrichment (some of which you may not like!).


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