We get a new puppy, but now...?
A new puppy is, of course, hearty fun! Yet there are also a lot of things you have to think about. What do I want the puppy to do and not do? Am I going to train him? How will I house train my puppy? What do I do if the puppy bites me or shows other undesirable behavior? Many people don't think about this beforehand and later get a puppy that shows a lot of unwanted behavior.
Problem behavior is something we encounter a lot and in almost all cases it occurs because the dog's boss do not handle it properly. We often see that puppies in the first year are allowed everything because they are still "so small and sweet." Biting hands, clothing, or other things in the house, is taken for granted and not done anything about. After a year this is suddenly seen as problem behavior and the dog is corrected.
That is not fair, you cannot suddenly start punishing a dog for something he was allowed to do before. The dog has always been allowed to bite and growl and now suddenly it is not. Many dogs will not accept this and may start biting at the boss. Often we see that people then have to put the dog away after a biting incident.
This is something we absolutely do not want. It is therefore our mission to help as many people as possible to train and raise their puppy. Especially for this purpose, we have created this complete and certified course. We will give you all the information you need to raise and train your puppy. If you follow this course you will get a fun, sweet, driven and social dog for the rest of his life!