Nobody wants an aggressive puppy
Everybody expects a young puppy to bite, but sometimes the extreme nature of the biting can come as a shock. Especially when it is accompanied by seemingly aggressive barking and growling.
It is very common for owners to ask themselves……. is this normal or do I have an aggressive puppy? Should I be worried? And what can I do to prevent it becoming a problem?
Cut through the confusion
With a wealth of dog training advice available online, it seems like navigating these questions should be a breeze. But having all this information at your fingertips can often be a burden rather than a blessing.
With so much confusing and conflicting guidance it can sometimes be difficult to know what advice to take on board. Do you ever wish you could wave a magic wand and know all the right answers? What if you could borrow the brain of a puppy behaviour and training expert so you knew exactly what to do?
Borrow my brain!
I had the privilege recently of sitting down with behaviourist, and close friend, Lauren Hewitt-Watts at Dog Mum Mindset to do a deep dive into puppy behaviour. And i’d love to share the knowledge gems that came out of our conversation with you.
In this one hour episode we discuss the top things you need to know as a new puppy owner;
- What is ‘normal’ puppy behaviour?
- Puppy behaviour ‘red flags’ and what you can do about them
- The number 1 thing to teach your puppy
- The number 1 thing to avoid
Aggressive puppy causing you stress?
If you’d like to borrow my brain for longer I am on hand to provide further advice. If you think your puppy is being aggressive, or perhaps you just aren’t sure, please get in touch. Here at Puppy Tales we provide tailored training packages for owners of puppies under 6 months of age to help bring calm and clarity when things are stressful.
If you live in Surrey, Hampshire or Berkshire you can book a free discovery call to chat with me and find out which of our training packages would suit you and your puppy best.