Puppy Training Blog — recipes



Hurray, Your Puppy Turns One Year Old 🎂

Doesn’t it seem just like yesterday that you brought home your adorable, little puppy who could barely coordinate his legs to walk? Who, with his tiny, yet sharp, puppy teeth chewed a hole in your leather sandals. Who had you getting up at all hours of the night, scooping him up to go “p-o-t-t-y” outside, only to find that, really, he just wanted to play. With every day you have spent with your puppy over the last 10 month or so, you’ve fallen more madly in love with him. And today… Hurray, your puppy turns one year old! Does This Mean Your Puppy Isn’t a Puppy Anymore? Oh heavens, no! Your puppy will always be your sweet puppy. But, depending...

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Two Delicious and Nutritious DIY Training Treats

When it comes to help with training your puppy, our #12weekpuppychallenge is your go-to resource, without a doubt. We pack a lot of training in 12 weeks - just the right amount and pace to keep your puppy entertained and challenged without feeling frustrated or fatigued. The steps we outline are designed to create a solid foundation for you to use as building blocks to further your pup’s training. But, you will definitely need to supply treats to encourage your dog’s willing compliance throughout the 12 weeks. Treats go a long way in that regard.  While you could buy pre-packaged dog treats for training, why not make some yourself? The pros of making your pup’s treats are ingredient control, quality...

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Bring your Dog to the BBQ with this Recipe

If we’re to believe Punxsutawney Phil, spring is right around the corner. This has us excited to get outside with our pups to play and explore the scents that come with warmer weather. It also could mean that we’re just antsy to get outside. Either way, exploring the outdoors with your pup is a wonderful way to enhance your human-animal bond. When warm weather heads our way, we like to head outdoors for our puppy training time. If you’ve joined us in the #12WeekPuppyChallenge, then you know that practicing ‘sit and stay’ is fun to do in a park where there’s a little distraction but not too much interference. This type of stimuli is good for a pup to encounter,...

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How To Include Your Dog In Your Valentine’s Day Plans

What better holiday is there to show your dog that you love him than on Valentine’s Day? No longer just for humans, Valentine’s Day is perfect for creating something special for your most devoted furry family member. If you’ve successfully completed our #12weekpuppychallenge, your dog is likely well-socialized. This is perfect if you are considering taking your pup to a dog-friendly location to celebrate Valentine’s Day. There are plenty of coffee shops and bistros that welcome well-mannered dogs. But, if you would rather stay inside we have some tips for how to include your dog in your Valentine’s Day plans! Being that Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to express ones love, you can use it to: Take your dog on...

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