Your new Puppy

May 18, 2014


PUPPY'S FIRST steps . . . .      


Puppies are nothing if not a ball of fun.  They are playful, they are soft and snuggly and they mesmerise just about anybody.  All you want to do is play and become a little being, just like that effervescent pup. . . .


But puppies grow fast, and without training & coaching you will soon have a young dog that creates hassles for you and those around it.


Teaching a young pup is like teaching a toddler.  Their minds are like a thirsty sponge, ready to accept, to absorb and to try out the new stuff.


These articles below will teach you how to teach your pup, who with a bit of luck will be your companion for the next 10-15 years or even more. . . .


Training Puppy the First Week

Puppies learn very quickly with proper instruction. The first few days at home are extremely important for puppies and the precedents you set now will last a lifetime. All family members must agree upon responsibility and rules for the pup ... read full article

House Training a Puppy

It's normal for a young puppy to be a little 'input-output' machine. Since puppies are growing and developing rapidly, they eat food often, burn up lots of energy and seem to need to eliminate constantly! They also have not yet developed bowel and bladder control, so they can't 'hold it' ... read full article



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