Is your dog toy obsessed or will they do anything for a tasty treat? Getting them ‘high value’ treats like hotdogs, cooked chicken or, our trainers favorite, freeze dried lamb liver,
Make training enjoyable for both you and your puppy. Keep it fun, end on a positive note with praise or treats, and strengthen your bond.
Establish household rules for your puppy and communicate them with your family. Use baby gates and provide a comfy bed to prevent unwanted behavior.
Crate training provides a safe space for dogs. Use positive reinforcement and treats to encourage them to go in. It aids house-training and prevents destructive behavior.
Proper socialization helps puppies become confident dogs. Take them to dog-friendly places, reward good behavior, and let them explore at their own pace.
Visit dog-friendly places, reward curiosity and provide professional socialization options. Contact Wagsworth for more information.
Change biting behavior by reacting with a loud 'OUCH' or redirecting with a toy or bone.
Discourage jumping and nipping by ignoring the behavior and waiting for calm. Use positive reinforcement when settled.