Dogs are domesticated animals which have been known to be loyal companions throughout the years. Many dog breeds are trained to perform remarkable tasks with their outstanding senses of smell and physical abilities. But how do they train them? The answer is hidden in their infancy stage as puppies.
Puppies: Newly Born and Breeds
First of all, puppies are dogs in their early stages from birth to about year. Within this span of time, puppies are not sexually active. Puppies are typically full of energy as they slowly adjust and recognize their surroundings. As puppies, they make high pitch moaning and barking sounds to express themselves. If the puppy is not energetic it’s probably sick.
Newly born puppies have a soft fur coat and are very fragile. It’s natural instinct is to feed from the mother dog and sleep for hours. Their eyes usually don’t open when they newly born but their eyes gradually open after a couple of days or weeks.
Puppies can come in different breeds whether pure or mixed. There are even small breeds which can fit in the palm of a person’s hand. These puppies are called pocket puppies.
Raising Puppies and Sources
It is very important that trainers start teaching their dogs from the time of the puppies birth. It is during this crucial period the puppy recognizes it’s caregiver. Once the puppy recognizes it’ caregiver or it’s master, and emotional bond between the both can be established. The trainer (master or caregiver) should be in the puppy’s presence and nurture it from birth or before it has reached the age of six months.
The personality of the puppy vary in it’s development depending on it’s breed and how it was brought up. So if you have a particular preference in the kind of dog you want to get in terms of personality, try looking up the various breed first. Many puppies are sold or up for adoption in various dog kennels. Contacts can be found on the Internet.
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