Thu, 08 Oct|
St Mark's Community Hall
Adolescence - Training Teenagers! KC Bronze Course - 5 week course
When puppies turn into teenagers! Helping you survive!
Time & Location
08 Oct 2020, 20:00 – 20:45
St Mark's Community Hall, The Square, Lymington SO41 8EJ, UK
About the Event
As your puppy starts to get around seven months of age, you’ll discover that your puppy has grown into a……. teenager! This is the period that many owners don’t anticipate as they often expect their dogs will slip seamlessly from being a puppy into being an adult, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. There is a reason why the most common age for dogs being given to rescue centres to be rehomed is between 6 – 18 months old, and this is because adolescence can be a tricky time. With a little knowledge, preparation and a fair bit of patience however, you will find that you can deal with all the issues that living with a teenage dog can bring, and you can both sail through it and out the other side with your relationship and your sanity intact! The Kennel Club Bronze Course and our Life Skills Training continues training the important life skills over the five week period.. From loose lead walking, jumping up to dynamic recall training we are covering it all.