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Hi All! Thanks so much for joining me here in this community. I wanted to give you an idea of what to expect for the remainder of 2019.
Remember if you want more in-depth help with any specific training challenge or issue consider joining my One on One community where we can talk and make a plan to help you realize progress with your pup!
These posts will be for members only, so be sure to join my community to stay up to date with all of the info for the rest of 2019!
Puppies - So you got a puppy, what now?
Bringing home your new puppy. What should you work on first? What can wait?
Socialization & The most important behaviors to start with
Defining "socialization". We will talk all things socialization. How to do it "right" and what to do if your puppy is a little older when you bring them home.
Also, what behaviors should you be working on with your puppy right away and what can wait?
So you have a baby dinosaur
Puppies bite a lot. But is your puppy normal? What do we do about all the biting? Is your puppy aggressive? What about biting other puppies? What about the couch? We will talk about it all!
Holiday tricks to keep your dog busy when the weather is icky!
Spin & Twirl
This super cute trick is a great starter for those just getting into teaching tricks
Have you ever wanted your dog to be able to weave through your legs like a pro! Standing or Walking we will cover both!
Take a Bow
When you finish impressing your friends and family with your pups new tricks, you can really wow them when you both take a bow together!
Reading Dog Body Language
Throughout the month we will be sharing photos, videos and articles to help you become a pro at reading your and other dogs body language. Dog "speak" through body language first and vocalizations second, being able to understand what they are saying at any moment will help you understand what your dog is feeling and help to keep him/her safe. Additionally you will know more about other dogs in the environment and learn to respect dogs signals.