Dog home alone again? If you’re preparing to go back to work, get your dog ready. To prevent separation anxiety, use training, treats, and a safe space.
For puppy potty training success, set a potty training puppy routine, read your dog’s cues, give him lots of opportunities, and consider crate training.
Raising a puppy takes a lot of work and patience. Use DogsBestLife.com’s Puppy Training 101 guide to help get your puppy started on the right paw.
The key to crate training a puppy is to project the idea that the crate or kennel is their castle, or in a dog’s world, their den.
Stop dog peeing on the bed by understanding dog behavior. Start dog potty training at an early age and use tools like a dog potty box.
French bulldog with crate. Take advantage of your older dog’s calm demeanor to crate train an older dog. He now trusts you, so it should be easier for you to introduce a new routine.
Start puppy potty training techniques early. Old thinking suggested owners wait until the dog was 12 weeks old. New thinking recommends starting sooner.
Tail biting is most often found in dogs that have a high prey drive, don’t get enough exercise or spend too much time in their crates.
Creating a daily routine for dogs makes it easier to take care of them, potty train, and reduce separation anxiety fears.
Help your adopted dog adjust to his new home. Know that it takes time, patience and training consistency to help your pup thrive.