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There is truly nothing like the love and connection you receive from a new puppy. Their infectious energy keeps everyone on their toes and a lot of their naughty behavior gets overlooked by their cuteness. But it’s still important to properly train your puppies starting from a young age so they can learn basic house rules, but also so their behavior problems don’t continue as they get older.
We’ve rounded up the top 7 behaviors to look out for when starting to train your new pup 🐶.
A day at the park is pupperdise for most pooches! There's lots of space to run, sniff, play, and explore. Plus, the freedom to be off their leash and meet new furry friends.
But, while it might be fun and games most of the time, the mood can change in the blink of an eye. Suddenly, a pleasant afternoon turns into a barking and biting frenzy. If chaos erupts and an injury occurs, here are some things you can do to safely handle this traumatic experience for your furbaby.
Happy March, Frenchie Fam! 🍀🍀🍀
To kick off the month of luck, we're lucky enough to be working with this month’s charity partner, The Asher House! The Asher House is a registered non-profit sanctuary in Estacada, Oregon. They provide a life of comfort, love, and adventure to animals that have been discarded or unwanted.
Being vocal. The zoomies. Excessive licking and chewing. Pacing.
These are just some signs that your dog might be giving you to tell you that they are bored.
Dogs sleep 12-14 hours a day, but for the remaining 10-12 hours they want excitement. The obvious answer would be to walk them, but that’s not always possible depending on people’s lives. Things like work, childcare and your personal health can take some time away from your dog. So, what do you do when two walks a day just doesn’t seem to be cutting it?
It’s so exciting when you first bring your new fur baby home. Their energy is infectious. All you want to do is play and cuddle, but all of a sudden, you spot a puddle on the floor… poop behind the furniture… or even piddle on your new pants! (YUCK) And, now you’re reminded that your puppy views their whole world as a giant toilet, and it’s your job to teach them where and when to take potty breaks.
Potty training is messy and can be really frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be! It’s all about incentives, positive reinforcement, and setting new habits for your pooch.
Here are some tips on making it work for you and your puppy!
Have you scheduled your puppy's first vet visit yet? If you are getting your puppy from a breeder, then most likely, your new pup has already had its first veterinary exam. So, make sure you have copies of everything they’ve already had done for your puppy, and bring those copies with you to your veterinarians' office.
If you adopted your puppy from a rescue or a shelter, it is vital to schedule your puppy's first vet visit within the first two weeks of them being home. Here are some things you can do to make it a ~pawsitive~ experience for your pup, yourself, and the vet.