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Dog Training Survival Guide
Dog Training Survival Guide

When Do Puppies Stop Teething: How to Survive Puppy Teething (with Ease)

Having a puppy can be like going on a roller coaster ride; you love those puppy eyes, and cute puppy kisses that melt your heart. And then there’s your chewed-up slippers, sofa, anything those puppy teeth can get a hold of, including your poor hands, that makes you ask the question, “When do puppies stop […]

FIRST 48 HOURS WITH A NEW PUPPY: HOW TO SURVIVE THOSE CRUCIAL HOURS

*** Affiliate Links In Blog Post *** The reality of bringing your puppy home can be exciting and terrifying all at the same time. You have so many questions, and you can’t ask your puppy what he/she needs; after all, he/she can’t speak “human” right? And those first 48 hours with a new puppy are […]

Board & Trains vs. Private Lessons: Which is Best for You

Training your dog is an important part of pet ownership. Having a well mannered pup who listens to you and fits easily into your life is essential. Training your puppy on your own is no easy task, so looking into professional dog training programs is a good idea. Private training lessons and board and trains […]

How to Introduce Your Puppy To Halloween Costumes

Spooky season is upon us, and the first thing that comes to mind is costumes and dressing up. As many of you are new pet parents, you want your puppy to participate in all the upcoming holidays and festivities. This can surely make for some amazing memories! However, we must consider that there is a […]

How to Help your Dog enjoy Being Groomed

Getting your dog groomed is a very important part of their overall care. They need haircuts, nail trims, and baths just to name a few. Like us, we have to maintain our overall care and hygiene so we must extend that same effort to our dogs. Some dogs might not be the biggest fans of […]

Three Tips for a Better Experience at the Dog Park

The sight of other dogs, the smells, and the chance to run around makes your dog want to haul his/her butt to that gate to gain access to that fun. You as the dog owner experience the dog park differently and sometimes know or do not know  if your dog should be there. The obvious benefits of going to the dog park could be socialization for meeting other dogs and people (and for you to meet other dog owners) in a secured environment, lots of exercise, freedom for you and your dog off leash, and saving time if you drive over and let other dogs tire your dog out rather then going on a long walk.

Why Dog Training Survival Guide?

I wanted to share the purpose of Well Mannered Pups. I have been in the pet field for ten years from volunteering at a shelter to working in a veterinary hospital.

Three Tips for a Better Experience at the Dog Park

The sight of other dogs, the smells, and the chance to run around makes your dog want to haul his/her butt to that gate to gain access to that fun. You as the dog owner experience the dog park differently and sometimes know or do not know if your dog should be there.

Six Ways For You and Your Dog To Prepare For Labor Day

As we get ready for Labor Day to announce the end of summer, I wanted to share some tips to help you and your dog have a safe and fun time. You might be finalizing your plans or just in the early stages of figuring out what you want to do, either way there is still a chance to make sure your dog is included and you both have a good time as well.