While dog training can be attempted at any age, it’s usually a better idea to take your pup to dog day care and training earlier on, rather than waiting until they are older. The reasoning behind this is simple: your pooch will be a lot more open and enthusiastic when it comes to learning new tricks and being around new people (as well as other dogs). Also, they won’t have already developed behavioral patterns that need to be discouraged for the training to set in properly. That’s already a huge advantage and it can save a great deal of time.
Effective puppy day care training also has a way of helping young pups get rid of separation anxiety, feel more comfortable and assert their dominance without being afraid to do so. Also, it has to be said that the training methods used at a puppy day care and training camp are much more empowering and positive than at places where they train older dogs. So your pup has the best chance to be treated well and to ensure that their development isn’t being impaired through improper training methods.
Dog day care training can help you train your pup in as little as 2-3 weeks. In the end, you’ll be glad you took this course of action, since it’s much more efficient than trying to train your dog on your own.