A whole lot more benefits come your way if you train your puppy “before he grows up” than if you wait. If there’s one thing that I know from all my years of training dogs it is that dogs are learning even if you are not teaching which is why the following is important to […]
It seems that everyone takes a major guilt trip with the thought of crating their puppy any more than the minimum required – at night and when gone from the house.
If you have kids, kid friends (some may be afraid of puppies and dogs) and all the activities that go along with just the two legged critters, will you still have time left over to tend to the basic needs of your puppy?
Start the year off on the right paw with your new puppy! Join the staff at Meadowlake on Saturday January 14 at 10:00AM for a FREE puppy socialization class and seminar. Meadowlake’s Doggie Daycare Manager Stacy Weightman will discuss the importance of socializing your puppy at an early age and Meadowlake’s Trainer Tori Hankey, CPTD-KA, will discuss training […]
With puppy season almost upon us, many, many people are thinking about getting a new puppy.
Do you find yourself “frantic” trying to incorporate puppy training basics and life with your kids?
That’s what happened to Two Socks. Who the heck is Two Socks you ask? Well, if you’re onFacebook and visit my page it’s been all over my news feed since last week. Dog lovers on Facebook have been unbelievable in the help they have extended to Caryn and Roland. You could not ask for better […]
Getting A Puppy For Christmas? Sign Up For Training Before Classes Are Full At Rover Oaks of Houston and Katy
Rover Oaks Pet Resort of Houston and Katy are taking enrollment for dog and puppy training classes in January. New puppies will definitely benefit from early training as will your relationship with your new family member. Other classes are also offered for basic obedience, off-leash play and more!
Read more to learn about the types of classes offered and the schedule.
There are many things to consider when choosing to bring a puppy into a home with children. One thing to think about is what type of dog will be gentle and tolerate the child’s behavior.