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Teaching Your Puppy Not to Jump When Greeting

2017-08-28T14:16:59-06:00

It can be very difficult to "unteach" bad behavior. If you want your puppy to appropriately greet guests, it is best to teach your puppy what is expected of him when he is greeting people. One method is to teach your puppy to sit-stay when you return home and only then do you reward your [...]

Teaching Your Puppy Not to Jump When Greeting2017-08-28T14:16:59-06:00

Leptospirosis – Puppy health information

2016-11-01T10:15:54-06:00

This FYI is not meant to scare you, but to make you aware of a growing disease that can affect humans and animals. It can be carried in the urine of other animals and inhaled by your dog. It is also transferrable to humans. All dogs in training should be kept current, and we are [...]

Leptospirosis – Puppy health information2016-11-01T10:15:54-06:00

Puppy Socialization Period

2016-11-01T10:15:54-06:00

Puppy Socialization Period To successfully raise a well-mannered, well socialized and confident puppy, you must understand how puppies develop and why they behave as they do so you can communicate with your puppy at their level. It is believed that during the first four months of a puppy's life, all the basic behavior patterns [...]

Puppy Socialization Period2016-11-01T10:15:54-06:00

Before Your Puppy Arrives Home

2016-11-01T10:15:54-06:00

Reserve Your Red Rock Doodle Today The day you bring your puppy home will undoubtedly be filled with excitement and anticipation!  Preparing carefully before you bring your puppy home will result in a more relaxed atmosphere for both you and your puppy. Puppy proofing your home and the yard where your puppy will [...]

Before Your Puppy Arrives Home2016-11-01T10:15:54-06:00

Puppy Development – Another Fear Imprint Period

2013-08-25T00:55:12-06:00

  The first researchers to write about puppy development were John Scott and J. L. Fuller in the forties, fifties and sixties.  Clarence Pfaffenberger, with his book New Knowledge of Dog Behaviour, made these stages known to dog fanciers.  He was followed by Jack and Wendy Volhard, who are better known for their temperament tests [...]

Puppy Development – Another Fear Imprint Period2013-08-25T00:55:12-06:00

Labradoodle Need Daily Exercise

2013-07-12T04:55:16-06:00

Dogs need exercise for their physical health and mental well-being. Each dog has different exercise needs, but Labradoodles generally need an hour of physical activity every day. Good options include running, playing a good game of fetch, taking a long walk, or jogging or biking with your dog. Exercise paramount for your dog's health, but [...]

Labradoodle Need Daily Exercise2013-07-12T04:55:16-06:00

A Pet’s 10 Commandments

2016-05-08T20:14:42-06:00

1. My life is likely to last 10-15 years. Any separation from you is likely to be painful. 2. Give me time to understand what you want of me. 3. Place your trust in me.  It is crucial for my well-being. 4. Don't be angry with me for long and don't lock me up as punishment. You [...]

A Pet’s 10 Commandments2016-05-08T20:14:42-06:00

Good Games and Bad Games for puppies

2013-07-02T15:32:55-06:00

Games can be a fun way to teach leadership and control to your puppy.  All games will provide lessons for your puppy.  There are good games and there are bad games - it is important to know the difference.  Enjoy these tips from world-renowned dog trainer and behaviorist John Rogerson. Bad game: "Catch me if [...]

Good Games and Bad Games for puppies2013-07-02T15:32:55-06:00

Puppy Chew Toys

2016-11-01T10:15:54-06:00

Puppies explore the world with their mouths and teeth.  Providing them with appropriate puppy chew toys will keep your shoes, rugs and wood furniture intact, not to mention your hands and limbs.  I will never forget the time I returned home to find the entire side of a brand new couch in shreds!  This kind of destructive [...]

Puppy Chew Toys2016-11-01T10:15:54-06:00

Housebreaking Your New Puppy

2013-07-02T15:27:42-06:00

The key to success when housebreaking your new puppy is timing and paying attention to the cues your puppy is giving you. As far as timing is concerned, take your puppy outside immediately after eating, upon awakening or after playing. Initially taking your puppy outside for business every 2 hours will help avoid mistakes inside [...]

Housebreaking Your New Puppy2013-07-02T15:27:42-06:00