Crystal's Dog Training
In just one (1) lesson, you could see a noticeable difference in your puppy’s behavior. I will help you train your puppy, but more importantly train you how to communicate with them. In Fact, most new puppy owners need to be told what is acceptable and what is not acceptable with their new puppy. Training can be very easy when it is clearly defined!
You can enroll my training programs as early as eight (8) weeks old and as late as four (4) months old. If your puppy is five (5) months or older, dog training program/lessons may be right for you.
What’s the difference between puppy Class and dog Classes? Well, there are
Different people (male, female, and children);
Different wardrobes, such as hats, gloves, jackets
Different types of people: shaven, cultures, big, small, forward, more reserve
Different types of terrain: concrete, dirt, grass, gravel, mud, sand
Different types of weather: rain, snow, sun, cold
Different types of dogs, puppies, and other domesticated animals
Different types of Sounds: cars, buses, trucks, loud surprises,
Different types of environments: houses, outside areas…
Some of these things sound trivial, but do not be fooled, at this stage you have the benefit of imprinting your puppy; this window is not opened forever, so it is best to begin IMMEDIATELY after acquiring your new family member, IMMEDIATELY.
While training your puppy to get used
Do NOT coddle (holding them or making statements such as” It’s OKAY, there is nothing to worry about, you will be fine.”) them if they show some concern or fear, doing this can and usually will delay training them to
Long Puppy Training Addresses Separation Anxiety
A good method to prevent or at least reduce the chances of your puppy acquiring the sad and frustrating behavior of dog separation anxiety is to NOT baby your puppy and give them SPACE, they need to absorb different environmental ailments own their own, this
Instead, new puppy owners, tend to not only baby their
Another exhibited behavior that is often handled improperly is a puppy barking at another dog or puppy; many times the puppy owner will begin to pet his or her puppy and say it is OK, it’s OK. What is wrong with this? Two things:
1. It is NOT OK for your puppy to bark incessantly at other puppies, dogs or people for that matter – so do not tell him that it is OK.
2. Petting is viewed as a reward for most puppies, sometimes it is the primary reward, so when your puppy barks and you immediately pet him to comfort him, you are rewarding him, thereby encouraging this behavior. NO good.
Unlike children, even though our first instinct is to coddle and support them, we need to go against our maternal, paternal, or human instincts to make them more independent.