Puppy Socialization is Key
Paying for professional puppy training can have many benefits for you and your family. Whenever your family decides to acquire a new pet, things around your household change. A new family member means that your lifestyle will soon have to adjust.
When a puppy first arrives at your home, taking care of them can quickly become a handful. If you decide to enroll in professional puppy training classes, then the transition becomes much easier. According to our expert dog trainers at Two Bears Dog Training, in order for your puppy to understand you, you must first understand your puppy.
The early stages of a puppy’s life can determine how they will act when they are adult dogs. In fact, the first 20 weeks of a puppy’s life will affect their future dog training. The age range of 8 to 20 weeks is vital to teaching your puppy things that will stay with them for the rest of their lives. How your puppy learns in the first five months of its life will dictate how the animal approaches learning for the rest of its life.
Professional puppy training provides many benefits to the new dog-owning family. Besides helping the dog learn basic obedience and potty training, a skilled puppy trainer can help your puppy develop other important skills. According to the National Train Your Dog Month website, puppies can greatly benefit from early training.
Each puppy and each owner is different. Our private puppy training is tailored to you and your puppy, your handling skills and the puppy’s ability to learn.
Working with a professional dog trainer not only teaches the young animal, but teaches the pet owner as well. Puppy training helps prepare the new dog owner for what they should expect when owning a young dog. Training will give owners the skills to deal with normal dog behaviors such as house training and chewing. Dog training also helps the owner better handle and deter behaviors their new dog will most likely naturally exhibit.
We firmly believe in the effectiveness of our puppy training philosophy. We will give you the necessary skills and tools to communicate with your canine companion in a way that eliminates conflict, builds your relationship and makes dog or puppy training fun for you both. We serve most all of Boulder County, including Boulder, Erie, Longmont, Lafayette, Louisville and Niwot, as well as neighboring areas such as Brighton, Broomfield, Dacono, Frederick and Firestone.
Contact us today to get started on a mindful approach to dog training!