Puppy Training: Throw A Puppy Party
Learn how to make puppy training fun.
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Throw A Puppy Party (Or Two): Ever think that pups may want to party? Go aheadthrow a housewarming doggy celebration for that new pup. Then, "make it a regular event just like a Happy Hour," suggests Dr. Hunthausen.
The Gain: Pooch parties are another way to boost both you and your pup's spirit. Pet Celebrations in Berkeley, Illinois, shows you how to bring that party mood home. "On St. Patrick's Day, they host Dog Days of Ireland. This festival includes a free green shamrock biscuit for all dogs. On Valentine's Day they host a party that features a Barkacino and biscotti for dogs, free Starbucks coffee for their people," notes Dale.
The Pain: "You need to have control so the dogs don't get too rambunctious. You want it to be a positive experience," cautions Dr. Hunthausen. If your pup has not been socialized and trained to avoid mishaps, go back to Tips No. 1 and No. 2.
Cost Factor: Prices can vary from inexpensive biscuits to pricey birthday cakes.
Extra Tidbits: For more information, contact Pet Celebrations.
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