Puppies' brains are like little sponges, always learning something. If you aren't teaching them the right things, by default you will be teaching them the wrong things. It can be difficult for you as a new puppy owner to know exactly what you should be focusing on with your particular puppy. This is where I can help.
The first 12 weeks is the best time to train all the things you want your puppy to be okay with such as appropriate play, what not to chew, crate training, being left alone, jumping up, and more. So many people only get help after things have gone wrong meaning that instead of simply preventing issues, they then have to 'fix' the issue.
Raising a puppy can be easy.
To make it as easy and stress-free as possible, puppy owners simply need a little help and support to get it right.
SPECIALIST IN NEW PUPPY SETTLE INS & TRAINING
Who Am I?
Hi, I'm Lyndsay.
I live in the Isle of Man with my canine hydrotherapist husband, our children, and dogs, Patch and Soxx.
I'm a doggy foster mum, qualified Pet Psychology Practitioner, and an absoluteDOGS Pro Dog Trainer specialising in puppy training and early puppy behaviour. I am also a past first-time puppy owner who found owning my first puppy a very stressful experience, so when I say to my puppy clients that I have been there and that I understand, I really do mean it.
My other businesses include the online puppy training membership, Puppy Training Club, and the online pet shop Not From The Pet Shop.
I have written articles for publications such as K9 Nation, given in-person talks, and have been recorded for BBC Radio.