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Have fun and be consistent with your training. If you or your pup gets frustrated, it may be harder to work on that behavior later. Your puppy is still learning all about their environment.
We have to set them up for success in as many situations as possible by managing their environment to create good, lasting behaviors, and avoid the mistakes that create unwanted ones.
I know it's hard, but don't fall for that smile or those puppy dog eyes. Your pup is about to check his furry boundaries. Be consistent, follow-through, and be the life of the doggie party.
Your puppy is probably entering their teenage phase, use a lot of treats and positive reinforcement. Learn what else you can do to get through the terrible teen phase?
Ever said "no, don't that" or "uh uh"? We all have. Teach them an alternative behavior or redirect.
It’s important to understand how your dog’s breed, along with other aspects, can play a part in their overall personality and shaping their behaviors.
If you haven’t already made it safely through the teenage phase, beware…this may be it! Keep up with your training, bring treats back into the mix, use your timeouts, and avoid aversive methods.
Looking to burn off that extra puppy energy? Chew toys that your dog may have had as a pup are not sufficient to withstand their newfound jaw strength.
Is your pup acting out, due to boredom? Use some mental stimulation to keep your pup's brain tuckered. Plus, guess whose birthday is around the corner? 🎂