Delaware Puppy Training
Delaware Puppy Training – Start Your Puppy Off Right!
There is nothing cuter than a new puppy. They’re furry, they have that new puppy smell, and they manage to get into everything. Whether you’ve adopted a new puppy from a shelter or a reputable breeder, for yourself or for your child, make the transition easier by hiring DelDog Dog Training for all of your puppy training needs.
What are common puppy issues?
A few common puppy problems include play biting, housebreaking, chewing on shoes/furniture/clothes, pulling on the leash, separation anxiety, and basic obedience.
Del Dog Training’s puppy program can solve all these problems, and because we train one-on-one within your home, we can also handle any unique problems you’ve noticed in your new addition.
If these problems remain unaddressed, it sets your dog up for bigger problems later on in life. Separation anxiety can develop into constant anxiety, which can lead to fear aggression. If you have a large breed puppy, pulling on the leash can become a bigger problem for obvious reasons. Housebreaking, too—those puddles will only get bigger.
Prevention instead of Correction
We address these problems by ensuring you bond properly with your dog, meaning he sees you as the leader from the start. If you create a reliable, structured schedule and maintain your puppy’s focus from the start, you will be better-equipped to handle problems as he grows, and those problems will be less likely to develop into permanent habits. Basic obedience training, crate training, and proper leash-handling techniques are all key in puppy training, and we pass all of our knowledge on to you.
Our goal is to have you feel comfortable handling your puppy even when we aren’t there, so you feel confident, develop trust, and your dog views you as his pack leader rather than us.
We believe in empowering dog owners, so we can keep more dogs in their homes and out of shelters.
Get Started Today!
If you’d like to discuss our puppy training program, schedule and in-home consultation, or discuss training for your older dog, call Del Dog Training at 302.526.2181 or send an e-mail via our contact page.