Socialize Your Pup

Why should I Socialize my Dog?

Helping your pup mingle can do more for them than just being comfortable with your family and neighbors. Comfort is an important part of socializing your pup. But the most important part is for them to have and cause as little stress as possible when leaving the house or meeting new people.  They’ll enjoy being able to confidently make human and pet friends as you take them out into the world. And will be much less likely to have bad or even dangerous experiences with others outside your circle.

Two happy pups bask in the sun on a clear dirt road.

Helping your darling mingle can do more for them than just being comfortable with your family and neighbors.

How will Socializing help my Dog?

Learning how to deal with new situations can relieve your lovebug of lots of stress, fear, and anxiety in their interactions with anyone who is not you and your family. Dogs that are under socialized often exhibit signs of  destructive behavior, panic, or even aggression when encountering new people and situations. Getting your dog used to interacting with others outside your circle can also help make their lives more comfortable by giving you the option of taking care of them by boarding them in a doggy hotel when you have a demanding trip. In the end, socializing your pup improves their quality-of-life.

Two dogs enjoy rough housing in a green clearing.

In the end, socializing your pup improves their quality-of-life.

When should I Socialize my Fur-Baby?

It’s especially effective to begin socializing your canine while they’re still a pup. Once your pup’s up to date on their shots, you can immediately begin searching for chances to meet other dogs and people. Walks, dog parks, doggy daycare, and play dates are all wonderful settings for learning how to cope with new situations.

 

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