“Start as you mean to go on” is important advice when dealing with a puppy or a New Application! However, good intentions about how you raise and train your puppy can soon go out of the window when they don’t understand why they are not allowed to do something, and they cry or make sad eyes at you!
It is all too easy to think that “just once won’t hurt” or that you can start training and being firm with your puppy “later,” but by doing this, you are laying the groundwork for a whole host of future problems and its very unfair to your dog as well.
In this session, we will look at the top 10 Rules specifically designed to ensure as the owner of a new Puppy’ Miss teams’, you understand that:
- Some things are yours; some things are not
- When people talk to you, you must listen
- There is a time and a place for barking and making a noise
- Don’t take without asking
- Being good gains more rewards than being bad
- Leads are not toys
- You can’t always have your own way
- Making a fuss will not get you your own way
- The place for doing your business is outside
- No means no