Puppy Training 101 – What To Expect The First Year

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Puppy Training 101 – What To Expect The First Year // Puppy training can be a great way to bond with your new dog and teach them manners at the same time. In this video, we are going to discuss what to expect the first year with a new puppy. Whether your dog is an 8-week old puppy or a little older you’re going to need these new puppy tips. Bringing home a new puppy and preparing for a new puppy are super exciting times. Keep in mind your puppy expectations should be low and your patience high as training begins. Your puppy essentials and dog supplies will be minimal but you’ll want to be prepared ahead of time. Your pup’s first day home can be a little scary for your new furry friend. In the coming weeks, you may experience potty accidents, puppy biting, barking and you’ll definitely be working on crate training.

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Puppy Blues 101 (4:22) https://youtu.be/9frdWEfDHAg

Puppy Socialization (6:10) https://youtu.be/E4kACXtyP-o

6 Ways to Exercise Your Puppy (7:04) https://youtu.be/0elq2wMF0Sw

Stop Puppy Nipping (7:47) https://youtu.be/xE8cX0RIoPY

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10 thoughts on “Puppy Training 101 – What To Expect The First Year

  1. Thanks for watching "Puppy Training 101 – What To Expect The First Year". What phase are you in with your puppy right now based on what I shared in the video?

  2. Getting my puppy in a few weeks. Been watching your videos since I started planning to get a puppy. I feel a bit more prepared because of your content. My notifications stay on.

  3. I watched many videos and read lots of books….I thought I was prepared and I would have the best trained dog ever and quickly…….BUT My beautiful new little fluff ball shark demon on 4 legs which I truly love ….. shows that I need to be more trained…..help!

  4. My Yorkie puppy was just born this week!! She is so tiny and I am so excited to get to meet her in a couple of weeks. I’m watching all your videos while waiting to bring her home!💕

  5. We got two westie pups they were born in July 2020 we got them in September. They are now 10mo. Boy oh boy we got more than we bargained for. They demanded our full time and yes we had bad puppy blues.
    Luckily we found your videos to get us through the whole thing. From crates to puppy pens and training. So much better now. Thank you.

  6. My puppy turned 8 months old today! I think we're in the regression stage, but he's still good with sit, wait at the door, and down. Recall is fantastic, even If I'm hiding from him. We still need to work on impulse control, but overall, he is a very good, attentive puppy. He's getting easier to manage now that he's done teething and doesn't have to put everything in his mouth. He's great on walks though the neighborhood and on forest trails. Thank you, HTTDD team for your instruction and encouragement along the way!

  7. Hi from Australia. Thanks for the look ahead. Life with our two 12 week old caboodles has been hugely rewarding, but hard work as the puppies have slept, ate and pee’d their way happily through each day. Trying to keep one step ahead of them has been challenging, but we are getting better at picking up the signals they give us, the floor puddles are declining and their ability to focus is increasing – so basic commands (come, sit, down) are being mastered as are the first tentative steps on a leash. But they are both delightful, have bonded with everyone they meet – including the chickens – and have rewarded us with much affection and pleasure. It helps that they love their crates and are just about sleeping through the night.

  8. Night 3 of 4 hours of “straight” barking in crate. Other pets and family are unnerved. How many hours can this continue ?? 9 week bulldog pup

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