Raising a puppy takes work and patience. Use DogsBestLife.com’s Puppy Training 101 guide to give your puppy the best possible start in life.
It generally takes between 6 months to a year to fully train a puppy, including potty training, crate training, basic commands and more.
Crate training your dog: Start by choosing the right type and crate size, and determine the right spot for the crate.
Use consistency and discipline to crate train a puppy. This helps your dog develop independence and creates a safe space.
Creating a daily routine for dogs makes it easier to take care of them, potty train, and reduce separation anxiety fears.
Tail biting is most often found in dogs with a high prey drive, who don’t get enough exercise or spend too much time in their crates.
Having a hyper puppy can be exhausting, but there are ways to cope. Try ten tips that will help you manage your pup’s energy levels.
Use our tips to crate train a dog with separation anxiety so you can feel confident your dog will be safe and calm when home alone.
When buying a dog crate, get one that will be comfortable for your dog. Get the right size, one that’s lightweight and easy to transport.
Teach your puppy: Start with his name, socialization, potty training, basic commands, and his safe spaces.