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How to Train a Puppy Part 4: Socializing

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Your new puppy started their canine education weeks before adoption day. The process of introducing a pup to the world to new people, animals, and places is called Socialization Training. Now, you are the trainer who is responsible for slowly exposing your puppy to sights, sounds, surfaces, foods, people, animals, and places.

How to Train a Puppy Part 3: Leash Walking

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To get started, there are a few beginner training steps that are necessary. After all, training a puppy to walk next to you, at a set pace, and alert to verbal and non-verbal cues requires advanced learning skills from your pup. Training exercises build a bond and a language to communicate. Remind your pup that you, the master, have fun and interesting things to share and they will be rewarded for paying attention.

How to Train Your Puppy Part 2: Potty Training

Potty training a puppy can be tough, and it’s very important to go into the process with patience. Having an open mind and an open heart for your new puppy is crucial to their success. After all, even though they may not know when and where to go, they can tell when you’re frustrated.

It won’t happen overnight - and accidents are normal. Just remember, it’s all part of the learning process. They’ll get it!  With consistency, and patience, the puppy will be able to learn the do’s and don’ts of how to do their business.

How To Train Your Puppy Part 1: Basic Commands

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Teaching your dog basic obedience is important for many reasons, some behavioral and others emotional. Beginning simple commands also leads to a puppy ready for a lifetime of advanced training and problem-solving.

Pomsky: The Adorable, Tiny Designer Dog Invented by the Internet

Ever wonder the backstory behind the Pomeranian Husky, Pomsky or Huskeranian? Buzzfeed, Reddit and a few determined breeders created an adorable ball of fluff. 

4 Adorable Facts About Labrador Retriever Puppies

In order of working intelligence the following dogs are smart: the Border Collie, Poodle, German Shepherd,and Doberman. Where does the Labrador Retriever rank?

Goldendoodle Puppy: A Hybrid Dog Worthy of the White House

Goldendoodles have been rising in popularity since 1969. Discover which public figures love them, and learn the differences among the generations of the dog.

15 Pictures of Loyal and Affectionate Rottweiler Puppies

Rottweilers are the Renaissance men of the dog world and act with great alertness and self-assuredness. These working dogs and have developed many talents over the centuries. Gush at 15 cute photos of these gentle giants, understand their history, and learn to pick the right Rottie for you. 

5 Smallest Dog Breeds That Will Make You Say Aw

Interest in small dogs is on the rise. Discover amazing facts about Papillons, Toy Poodles, Pomeranians, Yorkshire Terriers, and Chihuahuas today.

10 Insanely Cool Facts About German Shepherds

German Shepherds are amazing. They watch TV, have a history of heroism, and have been in the Guinness Book of World Records. Discover 10 interesting details about German Shepherds you never knew.

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