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Goldendoodle Puppies – New Beginners
We love reading post from brand new puppy owners and seeing all the cute pictures of your new babies. But let’s be honest, sometimes getting a new puppy can be a little bit of a challenge. All though there is no doubt they are cute and loveable, they also need to learn some basic manners and catch on to potty training in a timely fashion.
Here’s the Reality…….
Puppies are a lot like kids. I try to explain to all our wonderful clients that, they eat, sleep, play, and potty…and as a new owner, you need to stay focused on teaching them manners. As new Doodle Parents, it is up to you to teach manners to your new goldendoodle puppy. Key tips…Be consistant, but stern. Reward them, they love nothing more than to please you..so, when they do something good, reward them. This can be with a treat, a pat on the head, rub on the belly, or you jumping up and down and showing them just how excited you are for their behavior.
Do your re search on dog obedience via the web or get a good dog training book to help you learn the basics. Check out all the great dog training videos on you tube. It’s amazing what you can learn. As far as potty training goes, go with crate training. It is by far the best way to potty train your new puppy. Again, do the research, watch some videos. And yes, you must keep your puppy in the crate for a good amount of time in order for him or her to catch on. Put they learn fast, so stay focused on your ultimate goal. Also, don’t confuse your new puppy with lots of different commands. If you are going to use “go potty” as your command..they always, always, always, say “go potty” and not “go potty” one time and “do your business” the next. Once they “go potty” reward them, act crazy excited, let them know how happy they have made you!
Now let’s move on to Biting. Here’s the real deal, puppies bite. Did you know that, just like kids, their baby teeth fall out. So, guess what they like to bite on things because in all reality it feels good and they are dogs. So, what to do…remove anything from the area that you don’t want your new puppy to chew on. Such as, shoes, the news paper, socks, cords, etc…Secondly, get them some good chew toys. Our recommendation is all natural raw hide bones. Hard bones that they can naw all over, they love them..and in reality it’s good for their teeth.
And just remember, they are little, and this puppy stage will pass!
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