Puppies are cute.
Unfortunately, they do things that are not so cute, too, like:
have accidents in the house,
jump all over you and anyone who walks in the door,
chew everything and anything (even everyone!),
bark at anything that moves, and
pull on a leash like a sled dog.
Having a puppy can be overwhelming, but starting the training process at a young age can give you the confidence to be a good leader for your dog and give your pup the best chance to grow into a well-behaved dog.
Puppy training is more than just house training and crate training (though those are important things, too!) A common misconception is that you shouldn't start training until a puppy is 6 months old. Don't wait to start training! At Tri Canine Campus, we start training at 10 weeks old. Puppies have a crucial developmental period called imprinting. The first 16 weeks of a puppy's life is the time that they are most impressionable, and what they learn (or don't learn) can last a lifetime.
Having a puppy is a lot of work, and we are here to help carry the load.
Let us help you become the companion your puppy wants and needs you to be!
No more accidents in the house! Give your floors, mops, and patience a break by teaching your puppy a "go potty" command!
This is what makes the difference between having a dog that is happy and friendly and have a dog that is nervous, fearful, or even aggressive.
Sit, lay down, leash manners, focus, wait, leave it, stay, coming when called, and more!
Biting, chewing, barking, jumping... basically all the things you want your puppy to stop doing in the house.