1. Crate training your pup

    Crate training your pup This can be a challenge in the beginning as pups are no longer with their litter and have latched onto you and or your family. Its important to start crate training right away to establish this routine before creating a comfort expectation that is going to be harder to break at a latter date. Things we can do to help the transition. Warm water bag rolled up in a blanket giv…Read More

  2. Puppy potty training

    To start off to establish a pattern of behavior we only feed and provide access to water twice a day. The reason why we feed and water the pup twice a day is to control the potty behavior of the young pup. If a pup has access to water fulltime there is no way of telling when the pup has filled up its bladder and has to go potty. If we provide water only twice a day first thing in the morning and a…Read More

  3. Puppies chewing.

    Puppies chewing. Puppies have a natural desire to chew between eight weeks and 6 to 7 months when the adult canines have replaced their baby teeth. The best way to deal with this is to puppy proof the house. It is necessary to keep a close eye on your pup and grab the pup off whatever he or she is trying to chew and replace it with a chew toy or chew bone from the butcher. In a short order, the pu…Read More

  4. Puppy Potty Training

    There are a couple ways to potty train effectively. First method: Provide water and food in the morning and evening and take the pup outside to go potty it helps to have a designated location to trigger the pup to go potty. We want to avoid grazing in the early stages you want to know that the pup is filling up its bowls all the way and it needs to be relieved. As soon as the pup has a clear unde…Read More