Three words for you: new puppy smell.
But...they also pee in the house. They chew on everything. And they love bolting out of the front door at any chance they get.
So...when should you start training your puppy? The day you bring him or her home. Potty training, socialization, and creating positive associations are the keys to helping your puppy grow into a happy, confident, and well-behaved best friend.
Our puppy parents learn about critical socialization periods, exposure, confidence building, and how to set their new furry family member up for success as they grow.
Puppy training lessons are typically done one-on-one so we can make sure your puppy develops the appropriate training mindset.
Puppy socialization sessions are scheduled separate from obedience training, and focus on building positive interactions with new people, dogs, and places — so your puppy can learn the respectful way to sniff all the butts.
The timeframe for puppy training depends on each individual dog. You’re hiring us to train your dog, and we’re going to do exactly that, whether that takes three weeks or three months.
Getting started with our Charlotte area dog training is
super easy. We begin with an initial evaluation to establish a relationship, discuss everything you want to work on with your dog, and discuss a training plan that fits for you, and puppy.