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How to prepare for the arrival of your puppy and your dog trainer
Puppyhood goes fast. First week, first month, then next thing you know, the pup is 6 months old. You thought about calling a trainer or enrolling in classes twenty times…and time kept ticking.
It doesn’t take long for that cute new puppy to bring chaos to the family home. Here are 5 great tips for new puppy owners.
Board and train programs may seem like a perfect way to train a new dog or puppy, but many dogs and puppies leave the facility obeying basic commands, but may have other, more difficult issues after the experience.
Imagine teaching your dog basic skills: sit, down, come, stay, and loose leash walking in a beautiful and fun setting. We will address problem behaviors like jumping up, leash pulling, and play biting to make your dog a good family member. Basic dog obedience classes begin October 1, 2016 at Plantation Heritage Park.
Playing rough with your dog can teach him behaviors that can be isolating for you and your dog and dangerous to others.
Emotional support dogs can provide much needed comfort and relief to their owners. However, dogs come with needs that owners are required to provide. Providing for needs can be overwhelming and stressful.
There is a huge lack of resources, and much confusion on the subjects of service animals, emotional support animals, and therapy dogs too. It’s no wonder that people use these legal terms interchangeably and owners of stores and restaurants have no idea how to deal with “fakers.”