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Posts Tagged ‘puppy training’

Puppy Training & Socialization Guide for Beginners

October 6, 2016

Adopting a new puppy into your family is always exciting, yet that adorable little ball of fluff will need some training to curb those nips and jumps. Before you begin training, it is important to understand that puppies are born with a natural curiosity that allows them to learn about new experiences from the leader of their pack. Since you are now considered the leader, your cues and gentle cautions will help them acclimate to […]

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INFOGRAPHIC: Puppy Socialization Safety Guidelines

April 13, 2016
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Should You Adopt a Dog or Puppy Who Is Already Trained?

April 7, 2016

When people are looking for a dog to adopt, they often focus on finding the dog breed that is right for them. However, another important thing to consider is the training level of the dog that you adopt. Some people may work best with a dog who is already trained, while others prefer to train their dogs themselves. Here is everything you need to know about adopting a dog who is already trained. How Old of a […]

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INFOGRAPHIC: Crate Training Do’s and Dont’s for Dog Owners

January 19, 2016

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Ethics in Puppy Training

November 16, 2015

Most of the time, when you think about ethics, it is under the guise of medical or legal professionals. It is hard to imagine that there is a code of ethics for ethical puppy training, but according to the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT), it is important to the human-animal bond to use the right methods. Pet owners can learn a lot from their list of ethical constraints in how they relate to training […]

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What to Remember When Using Positive Training Techniques

September 10, 2015

Everyone talks about how cute a puppy is. If you are a puppy owner, you know that a puppy can also be quite unruly. You need to train a puppy, so they turn into a good dog. It can be really hard to stay positive. Sometimes when your puppy gets into the garbage for the sixth time that week, you just want to scream. However, you need to remember certain things when you are using […]

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Ethical Puppy Training + Positive Reinforcement

August 13, 2015

Training your puppy while it is still young is the most efficient way to ensure better behavior throughout its life. However, there is a good way to train your pup and a bad way. By training your puppy in an ethical manner, you will not only instill good behavior, but you’ll also ensure that your dog remains happy. Be Vigilant of Health Concerns If your pooch starts acting differently, it may be acting out for a […]

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Guiding Principles for Proper Dog Training

March 2, 2015

For many dog lovers like you, the thought of life without a four-legged companion may feel very sad and empty, but life with an untrained pooch might be equally unwelcome. A misbehaving puppy can cause mayhem and chaos in your home and can take away from the undeniable benefits that having a dog can offer. Professional dog training that starts at an early age can be a vital part of maintaining order within a household, […]

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Golden Retriever Puppy Training Tips for New Pet Parents

December 2, 2014

Golden Retrievers originated in England and Scotland in the early 1800s. They were relied upon by fowl and pheasant hunters as a faithful companion that was able to retrieve their owner’s successful kill. Due to their history, Golden Retrievers are naturally loyal, high in energy, and easily trainable. Golden Retriever puppy training involves a combination of crate training, leash training, and alpha positioning. If you start puppy training early on, your pup will grow to […]

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Von Falconer Puppy Training Improves Learning & Conditioning

November 6, 2014

Right after birth, puppies will go through various stages of development on their way to becoming full grown. The goal is to take advantage of each stage by providing opportunities for social interaction and learning. Von Falconer puppy training helps to introduce puppies to the stimulation of the world around them in order to be prepared to cope and thrive. The earliest days of life, from days 1-21, is the first critical period. Newborn pups […]

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