If you don’t have a dog, you may be surprised to hear that living with one is not always fun. If you do own a dog, you get what we’re saying. Although owning a dog is rewarding and fulfilling, they are not born perfect and well behaved, no matter how cute they are when they’re …
Now that you have the basic training done, including setting up eating times and potty training, it’s time to move on to the big stuff. One of the major things you will need to go through with your pup is leash training.
Sometimes, puppy training to teach your pup to avoid bad habits like leash pulling can be difficult.
It’s important for your pup to be obedient while leash walking, especially when you’re taking them around the neighborhood. An unruly dog lunging or pulling can cause a lot of problems with other dogs in the area. Not to mention, some dogs like to run and can get lost in their surroundings.
Leash training is a big deal. So, we decided to share with you our method for training your dog to walk on a leash without pulling.
There are a few basic commands that you should teach your dog that come in handy when you need your dog to be obedient. Each of these basic commands is important and shouldn’t be overlooked when training your new pup.
One of these important commands is getting your dog to come when called. This becomes important in different situations, from stopping your pup from misbehaving to getting ready for a walk. These seven secrets and tips should help you through the training process for this important command.
Puppies love to chew and bite. It’s their way of exploring the world, trying out food and even being playful for companionship. Nipping puppies are completely normal during play and exploration.
That said, biting isn’t a habit you want your pup to hold on to as they grow into an adult dog. If you don’t get started trying to help them unlearn the behavior when they’re young, it will be a lot more difficult to stop them from biting as they get older.
If you have ever tried to train a puppy, you know how essential training treats are if you want any kind of success (or at least, any kind of success in a reasonable period of time). When it comes to puppy training treats, you should look for something nutritious, delicious, and affordable that will not upset your pup’s tummy if they consume quite a few! We’re going to take a look at our twelve best picks for puppy training treats, as well as our most affordable pick for 2019.
Unless you’re a pup expert, deworming may be a little bit confusing to you. You may have questions like, why do puppies need to be dewormed? If my puppy’s being dewormed, does that mean that they have worms? Am I going to catch them if they do? Does my puppy have to be dewormed more than once? Well, you’re in luck! We’re going to answer all of the above questions as well as taking you through your puppy’s deworming schedule in the form of procedure, efficacy, recovery, and prevention.
Looking to adopt your very first dog but don’t know where to start? Or have you previously owned dogs, but are looking for a breed that fits seamlessly into your lifestyle? Well, look no further! We’re going to take you through our 8 favorite breeds for first time dogs owners, and why they might be the perfect fit for you.
Before we begin this article, you must know that there is not a single best solution for vaccinating your pup. There are many different views on when is best to vaccinate, and we’re not going to say that any of them are wrong. However, if you are looking for advice on what we consider to be the best vaccination schedule for puppies, we will provide it in this article.
Getting a new puppy can be confusing, especially when it comes to vaccinations. There is so much conflicting information out there, that you may have no idea which advice is the best to follow. Here is everything you need to know about the best vaccination schedule for puppies, including when to vaccinate, and what to vaccinate for.
When it comes to your pup, you probably know them like the back of your hand – what their sleep schedule is, if they’re grumpy in the morning, if they’re a picky eater, etc. But what if there’s a sudden change in their personality, or something seems a little “off” all of a sudden? Is this just a fluke, or is there something wrong with your dog? Most importantly, should you be taking them to the vet?