Potty training is the number one most common issue people have with new puppies. This course will give you all the tools you need to have a puppy who goes outside every time they relieve themselves. No more messes or frustration!
Teaching a puppy how to use their mouth gently is one of the first steps in having a polite puppy. Their teeth hurt! They are called land sharks for a reason. The sooner you teach them how to use their mouths the faster the pain will stop.
Well Rounded Puppy
Socialization is one of the most important gifts you can give your dog! Teaching your dog how to handle different situations will create a well rounded dog in the future. We will teach you how to do this correctly and keep it fun for you and your puppy!
Everything in The Puppy Basic course (Socialization, Crate Training, Potty Training and Puppy Biting) will be in the Complete puppy course plus the following topics.
Puppies chew on everything! It is how they explore the world. We will cover how to teach them the correct things to chew and how to set them up for success.
It is so important to have a puppy who will leave something alone on command. They are such curious little pups, this will help keep them safe.
Stay is a great behavior to teach your puppy patience. You may need then to stay in place so you can wipe their dirty paws or to stay off of broken glass in the kitchen. You will learn how to get your puppy to
Everyone wants a dog who doesn't pull on the leash while walking. We will cover how to accomplish this in a way that is both rewarded to you and your puppy.
In the Complete Puppy Course we will go over how to train your puppy to sit on command using verbal and visual cues.
Are you afraid of your puppy running away? We can teach you how to have a reliable recall!
Laying down is a great behavior for your puppy to learn how to relax and be calm. We will teach you how to ask them to "down" using verbal and visual cue.
Teaching your puppy to Drop It is so important. Puppies put everything in their mouths but not everything is safe. This behavior can get your dog to willingly drop whatever they are holding in their mouths.