What Treats Should I Use To Train My Pup?

Got a new puppy? Congratulations! They are certainly a lot of fun and, of course, crazy adorable. And puppies, of course, take a lot of energy and time, as well as an investment of your dollars into their well being. One of the easiest ways to ensure that your puppy turns into a dog that, while it has lost its new-dog loveliness, instead creates an adult-dog adorableness that people look forward to interacting with.

One of the best ways to do that, of course, is to start the training of your puppy as soon as you can. Although puppies are notorious for their short attention spans, they can still learn in small doses. Start as soon as you get your puppy or at 7 or so weeks. And make it fun! Your puppy should look forward to those sessions. Want some more pointers? This graphic can help you determine which tasty treats are the best for training your pup.

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Image from Pupbox

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I have a passion for dog training, behaviour and wellbeing. I have a certificate in dog psychology, behaviour and training.

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