Puppy training should begin the day they arrive at our new home. Start by helping them to get to know their name. Use it every time you play with them, feed them and cuddle them and they’ll get used to it and start to respond when called. Once they know their name, you can use it to communicate with them and start training your puppy.
The next step is to get your puppy used to a collar and lead. This may feel a bit odd to them at first, so be patient – they’ll get used to it in some days. Fit a light collar as soon as your puppy arrives home, and practice taking them for a walk on a light lead. If they haven’t had all their vaccinations, you’ll have to do this in your house and garden at first. They may well be very excitable, or pull on the lead when you take them out. If they are, you may want to try a gentle leader head collar. These make lead walking and basic training easier and calmer for both you and them.
One of the best ways to socialise your puppy in a fun and friendly environment is at a puppy party. You’ll probably find that your veterinary clinic organises them for puppies that have had their first injections (at about eight weeks old) – if they don’t, they may be able to refer you to somewhere that does.
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