Yes, we train puppies that are a challenge. If your dog has a hard time with other dogs or people this is the place for you. Just a few examples of what we cover:
- How to prepare for a new puppy
- What about the other dogs in your home?
- Where do we start with puppy training?
- Should you punish a Puppy?
- Our puppy training techniques are not like any other dog puppy training.
Motley Dog Puppy Training
Our training is behavioral, based on experience and thinking. Just like nature would do it.
Our program begins with building a great relationship between you and your pup. The majority of this is accomplished by improving understanding and communication. As we discover your puppies talents and skills we use those to build confidence and self reliance. A few of the things you can avoid or improve with proper canine behavior training.
This includes all the big ones:
- Separation anxiety in puppies
- Aggressive puppy
- Puppy anxiety disorders
- And of course the ever elusive, how to keep my dog from pulling on the leash?
And a lot more. As an example,
Puppy Socialization, or Lack of Social Skill?
K9’s have their own language, social customs and social norms. While helping your dog learn to play well with others seems like the place to start? Just like people, we might need to learn a few things and work on ourselves before we join the party. It all depends on the dog in question, your dog.
The idea that all dog just love other dogs and want to be with them is a bit of a myth. Many of them would prefer to spend time with you. Simply, dogs are a lot like people some are social butterflies seeking out new people and dogs, some dogs prefer just being with their person.
Is Your Puppy a Behavior Challenge?
What About Those Dreaded Teenage Dog Years?
Ask any parent what stage of development they dread. Those moody, emotionally driven teenagers. We have come across an interesting theory that adolescent puppies may be a lot like that teenage child you have in your home.
The most challenging time of raising a puppy is the adolescent period. Dogs become “teenagers” and seem to forget everything they have ever been taught. This period is individual to each dog, but it may begin when he’s about eight months old and continue until he’s two years old.Breanne Long Aug 22, 2016 | American Kennel Club
Motley Dog Covers whatever you need to learn with your puppy. This will give you a firm foundation for future goals like attending doggy day care without incident. You will also be prepared for those canine adolescent challenges.