Puppy training and play
Three reasons to train your puppy
Dogs are by nature social animals. So, spending hours alone at home may be stressful to your puppy. This abandonment ‘anxiety’ can lead to chewing, soiling and barking. That’s why it’s important to prepare your puppy for spending time on their own.
How to house train your puppy
Teaching your puppy the basics
How to continue your puppy’s training
Playing with your puppy
Why is playtime so important for puppies?
Large cardboard box
A large cardboard box provides a great place to run, hide and will likely encourage chewing. Be careful if you don't want your dog to chew the cardboard around the house.
Rubber toys allow your puppy to chew.
Interactive toys that contain treats help to keep your puppy stimulated.
Puzzle feeders to slow down eating.
How to socialise a puppy
Socialisation is one of the most important steps in ensuring your puppy grows into a well-balanced, confident adult. It's never too early to start gently introducing your pet to new experiences, people and animals.Socialising your puppy