Puppies Are as Precious
As Their Early Weeks of Learning!
Start when your dog is as young as 7 to 8 weeks
There is no better way to bond with your puppy than to let them know from the beginning that they can rely on you for direction. Knowing how to communicate clearly is the key.
Avoid problems later
A whole host of behavior management issues find their roots in the early weeks of a puppy’s development, from 7 to 14 weeks of age.
This is the best age to focus on:
- How to avoid destructive chewing
- How to avoid teaching your dog to want to run away
- Etc, etc.
An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure!!!
Get a jump start on training right
Karyn Garvin will put you at ease with common sense advice that makes sense and feels right.
She is there to help you sort through the conflicting information you may have heard.
Plus, she will support you with getting started with puppy obedience training exercises.