Your puppy won’t be fully-trained after a few months at puppy class. In fact, it takes a year to two years to have a fully-trained dog, and even after that period of time, you’ll have to keep up with the training.Continue reading
- Paws Up: One of the easiest exercises, you can teach your dog or puppy to do “Paws Up”. You can also use this one exercise and add a few more variations to it, in order to make it a bit more challenging for medium-level dogs.
Using these tips when your dog is on crate rest will ensure both of you will have the time of your lives, even if you’re not out on amazing adventure walks.
Dogs don’t squeeze or hug each other, so take a page from their book, and keep the hugging at a minimum. Why? Simply because hugging a dog puts your face somewhere you (and he) definitely don’t want it to be (near a dog’s mouth).Continue reading
Food toys (especially puzzle ones) are a great way for puppies to get a brain and body workout. This is why your pup should start using them from a very young age. You can put your dog’s kibble in it, or peanut butter, or whatever snack your pup likes, and let him chew at it.