This little cutter had a behavioral dog training evaluation and session to determine if she might be running the show at home. In my opinion she is a sweet loving misunderstood dog that is just trying to find her place in the her home. She may have been given too much freedom and has assumed the role of “top dog” in her home. With some in home dog training and some changes with how the owner interacts with her a peaceful home will be accomplished!!!!
The French Bulldog has enjoyed a long history as a companion dog. Created in England to be a miniature Bulldog, he accompanied English lacemakers to France, where he acquired his Frenchie moniker. The first three months for a French Bulldog is the most important time in their life. This is the window of time in a puppy’s life that determines the type of dog they will become as an adult. Puppy boot camp is a great way to make sure your pup is getting all the right messages, from socialization to manners.
Programs vary, but common training techniques include teaching a dog to “stay,” “sit” and “come.” In addition to commands, dogs learn the discipline to avoid social and behavioral habits that cause destruction to your home and that may lead to behavioral issues in the future. Puppies learn house manners like not digging holes in the yard and chewing on furniture. A proper effective puppy training experience will also give a pup confidence which is crucial to their development Into a well behaved dog.
Puppy Obedience Training
Dog socialization training
Dog Walking is so much more than just a way of exercising your canine. It stops them from getting bored, it’s a behavior training opportunity, and it teaches your dog how to behave in canine company. On top of all this, it gets both of you out and about while helping to grow the bond you have with your best friend.
A sedentary pooch can quickly become an overweight one, and that brings all sorts of potential health problems with it. Even if your canine is active inside the home, they still need another outlet for pent-up energy. Young dogs need around an hour of daily exercise, but some dogs bred for sports or herding activities may need much more. You’ll benefit from having a well-exercised dog, as tired dogs tend to behave better, and you’ll help your pet avoid unnecessary weight gain!