Tag: Puppy Behavior

Settling Your Puppy Down For Training Success

Settling your puppy down for training success can be quite a task. Most puppies just want to have fun! A settled pup is a focused pup! Elevated energy levels and lively behavior are typical characteristics of puppies.   Let your puppy dog have some fun to get rid of …

What To Expect On Puppy’s First Walk Based On Personality Type

Every puppy is unique. Here’s what you can expect on your puppy’s first walk based on his personality type and traits.   Going for a walk with your puppy might seem like an easy activity, but it can be challenging initially. One way you can make walks go …

Puppy Training: Building Your Puppy’s Confidence

Puppy training is the first step to welcoming your furry friend into your life. Building your puppy’s confidence is a necessary part of developing a well-rounded, balanced, and happy dog. This can be achieved by simply gradually exposing your pup to various people, pets, and surroundings. By doing …

Socializing Your Puppy

Dog training starts with socializing your puppy or adult dog. Dogs are a naturally kind and sociable breed, but they too can develop behavioral problems if you do not take the time to properly socialize them. Socialization is an essential part of helping your puppy’s character develop as …

Puppies Overview

Puppies are adorable, soft and cuddly, and fun. A new puppy dog brings joy, laughter and happiness into any home. But what does having a puppy actually mean for you? There are a few things you need to know. Responsibilities As a Puppy Owner Puppies need a lot …

How to Deal With Puppy Nipping In 6 Simple Steps

Puppy nipping is a big challenge for dog lovers. Initially, it seems like fun, but as the time passes, puppies get older, their teeth and jaws get stronger, and there will be no more fun playing this game together. But if you used to play it as a …

Learning To Deal With Puppy Teething

Many puppies are born toothless. At the age of six to eight weeks, a puppy receives his first tooth, and they continue to grow until they have 28 teeth, known as milk teeth or baby teeth. The process of puppy teething lasts for several months. This period creates …

Puppy Biting: How to Train Your Little Nibbler Not to Chew on You

Just One Little Nibble   You may notice that when you take your new puppy home, he has the affinity for biting and chewing. Anytime your fingers, toes, or any other body part gets too close to your puppy’s mouth, you will notice that he cannot help but have …