Give your puppy the best start in life.
2-6 months old Puppy training is a great starting point. The puppy will become an adult and he or she will be part of you for life. As a loyal partner, they will need to establish a deep loving relationship with you.
What exactly is ‘puppy training’?
The first few months of the dog’s life are the most important and sensitive for its development. For this reason, it is important to give the puppy an opportunity to deal with a number of situations. In this way, they will become a balanced adult dog.
Puppy training consists of some meetings, each meeting lasting one hour. The number of the meetings depends on the puppy’s needs. At every meeting, there will be a chance to acquire useful tools to create a long-term relationship with your dog. A relationship that is based on communication and cooperation.
What does the puppy training give to the family?
Through this relationship, you will be able to teach the puppy how to use their intelligence and to become skilled in behaving well with other dogs and the people.
You yourself will understand what is fundamental in the development of their potential.
What does puppy training give to the puppy?
It will give them opportunities for growth and development. The puppy will learn to relax with other dogs and people after just a few meetings. They won’t be afraid or become over-excited with other dogs and people. They will learn a calm interaction with other dogs and people and will become more self-aware.
What arguments will be treated?
- Relaxation time. This includes the rest, the blanket, the reward, attention, and concentration.
- Nutrition: what/how to feed the dog. Where and when to feed the dog.
- Dog body language.
- Socialization: a range of experiences, sense-experiences involving sight, hearing, touch, taste, and the sense of smell.
- Human handling
- Games: the role of games, how to play with your dog, sorts of the game (treasure hunts, mental games, the ball and so on)
- Balanced exercise: Walking on several surfaces and other exercises to help them become aware of their own body
- Walk off the lead: walking off the lead, and how to handle the dog when he meets other dogs.
- Walk on the lead
- To teach the based command: sit, down, stay, and move
- To teach the recall
- Veterinary visits
- To teach the dog to stay alone at home
- Housetraining: toilet training, blanket, and so on.
- Interaction with other dogs.
- Front door manners when guests arrive.
- No jumping up
- Guidance on nutrition and how to satisfy your dog both mentally and physically.
- To keep your puppy mentally and physically stimulated and setting appropriate boundaries.
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