Basic Puppy Training

Developmental Puppy Training

Bring Your Puppy to an Expert

When it comes to effective basic puppy training like housebreaking and obedience training, you know who to call. Little Rascals Pet Training can help you properly train your puppy to give them the skills they need to become a well-behaved, well-socialized adult dog that can handle any situation. 

The best time for your puppy to start obedience training is at 10 to 12 weeks of age. Your puppy should have at least two vaccinations from your veterinarian before beginning training. 

Have you adopted a rescue dog from a shelter and are having trouble overcoming their anxiety or aggression? There's no need to worry, Vickie offers effective counseling services for shelter rescues.

Help Your Pup Grow Up Happy and Well-Behaved

  • Learning where to elinimate (housebreaking)
  • Crate training
  • Preventing jumping up
  • Learning behavioral cues like sit, stay, and down
  • Preventing biting and chewing
  • Learning to walk on a leash
  • Preventing aversiveness

Learn About Housebreaking and Crate Training

Two of the most important steps for ensuring your puppy is well-behaved in your home are housebreaking and crate training. It's important to make sure that young puppies have ample opportunities outside to eliminate, and it's also important that, as a pet owner, you learn to anticipate when your pup needs a potty break.

One of the most important things to know about crating your pet is that your crate should never be used as punishment. To keep your pet from feeling anxious, it should always feel like a safe, happy place for them. To learn more about puppy behavior, see the training document we've provided here.
Call 440-570-3490 for your FREE initial phone consultation on puppy training.
"Vicki turned my Saint Bernard puppy, who may I say slept through his first puppy class, into a puppy who learned how to obey my commands and not drag me as I walked him. He had major separation anxiety when even I was inches away from him and she worked hard to correct that problem. "

- Stacey W.
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