Any new dog owner knows that your pet doesn’t behave like a character from Disney’s 101 Dalmatians. No matter how much you love your pup, if it is majorly untrained you’re going to find yourself constantly giving it dirty looks or rubbing your temples out of frustration.
This certainly isn’t something you should beat yourself up over. All new-born dogs or dogs that are new to a family are not “urbanized,” as I like to call it. This is just their natural tendencies (the ones from their wolf ancestors) coming through. Some dogs show more of these primitive behaviors, others show less. What we can say is that, with enough training, your dog can forget these behaviors and replace them with the rules you teach them.
We at Puppy Leader, as long-time dog owners, can understand and relate to your feelings of exasperation when you feel you can’t control your pet. Lucky for you, our experience allows us to guide you along every step of the way towards having a trained, obedient dog. From potty training to better walking habits, we’ve got you covered.
As a preface to anything we say it is important that you treat your pet with love and kindness, and understand that every dog is unique. Just like humans, every dog has their own set of personality traits that is not exactly the same as any other dog.
This is significant because you may be using techniques or courses to train your dog that flat-out won’t work. This idea is a big part of our philosophy at Puppy Leader as we are always keeping all types of dogs and dog owners in mind.
Got a hyper dog? Or maybe they’re super lax? Either way, we got you covered.
Only have a few hours to spend with your pet? Don’t worry, we can tell you exactly what to do for your dog to be potty-trained in half the time it usually takes.
It isn’t easy shopping for an Italian Greyhound, especially when it comes to leather collars. Their unique shape and size makes almost every regular piece of equipment unusable. This holds especially true for training collars.
If you’ve read our other article about how useful a choke chain collar can be for a dog that is constantly tugging on its leash. Despite the simplicity of the product, it is important that