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We are so excited to announce that we have teamed up with Andrea Bogle, owner of Happy Aussie.  Andrea is an amazing trainer and specializes in the Australian Shepherd breed!  She has allowed us the opportunity to give our families and site visitors $50 off of the price of the Happy Aussie Pup Homeschool Program.  This is a great deal for those of you looking for online training help.

We hope you decide to take advantage of this amazing offer!

Use code: MilkyWay50

 

Every new puppy owner needs help with training and we have also found some free videos that might help and some great trainers that deal with some of the issues you might face with your Aussie. Different trainers have different approaches so research what works best for you and your puppy. We hope you have time to check them out! If you are not sure where to start a great place would be here:

With Open Arms and a Level Head: How to bring a puppy into your life.

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How To Socialize A Puppy Before Shots! When Can You Take Your Puppy In Public?
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How To Socialize A Puppy Before Shots! When Can You Take Your Puppy In Public?

Get the official 231 page BrightDog Academy Ebook Here: http://brightdog.com How Do I Socialize My Puppy Before Vaccinations? When Can You Take Your Puppy In Public? Learn how to socialize a dog or puppy with this tutorial video. One of the most important aspects of owning a dog is making sure you socialize them. A dog who is not socialized well can become fearful and fearful dogs turn aggressive. If you have a young puppy the most important thing is to socialize them. You only have one chance to do it right. The most important time to socialize your puppy is between 8 weeks and 3 - 4 months. If you want any longer you will have a puppy who has serious problems. Well-socialized puppies usually develop into safer, more relaxed and enjoyable pet dogs. This is because they’re more comfortable in a wider variety of situations than poorly socialized dogs, so they’re less likely to behave fearfully or aggressively when faced with something new. Poorly socialized dogs are much more likely to react with fear or aggression to unfamiliar people, dogs and experiences. Dogs who are relaxed about honking horns, cats, cyclists, veterinary examinations, crowds and long stairwells are easier and safer to live with than dogs who find these situations threatening. Well-socialized dogs also live much more relaxed, peaceful and happy lives than dogs who are constantly stressed out by their environment. Socialization isn’t an “all or nothing” project. You can socialize a puppy a bit, a lot, or a whole lot. The wider the range of experiences you expose him to, the better his chances are of being comfortable in a wide variety of situations as an adult. Watch this video to learn everything you need to know about socializing a dog or puppy the correct way.
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