Bringing home a new puppy is exciting, but it’s also a big adjustment for both of you. If your puppy would rather go off on its own adventures than engage with you, it may be difficult to help them settle in or start puppy training. Luckily, there are ways to support their needs while building the bond between you.
Welcome to the world of puppy training — the cute, the messy and everything in between. Read posts from puppy trainers, puppy owners, and maybe even puppies themselves.
OneMind Dogs online puppy training is totally different than your average puppy school. It’s simple, accessible and you can do it at your puppy’s pace. Read more to find out why we think training your puppy online is awesome.
Housetraining a puppy is the first thing new parents tackle when their pup arrives home. For humans, there’s nothing more icky than stepping in a puddle, or waking up to the smell of something other than coffee. For puppies, carpet and grass? Same thing!
Puppy proofing your home is a must before your pup arrives home. Not only will it keep your sanity in check, but it’ll keep your puppy safe too! Read our 11 tips for preparing your home for a puppy — no more mysteriously exploded cushions!
Why is keeping a puppy to a schedule helpful? While puppies can adapt to basically anything, some puppies thrive on a daily routine and a schedule. Having some structure to their day can help them feel safe, and make the human world feel more predictable for...
If you’re a puppy owner, you’ll know too well those moments of total mayhem. You might look at your usually cute and calm bundle of fur and think: ‘who are you, and what have you done with my puppy?’. So why does it happen, and how can you tire them out?
Training a puppy is hard work – particularly if you’re a single puppy parent. The good news is, you don’t have to do it alone! Check out these 5 places you can find support and advice while training your puppy.
You wouldn’t think that your puppy is ready to start training when they sleep 20 hours a day, zoom around for 3, and poop for 1, but they sure are! Puppies are like little sponges, and you’ll get the best results the earlier you start.
Children and puppies love each other, but is there something you should take into consideration when children are training puppies? Well, yes! Keep on reading.