Once they get to the senior years is when they are more adapted to our daily lives but we need to be ready. Those golden years come with changes in health and behavior and we want to make sure that we give our dogs quality of life through their senior years.
Having a puppy is very exciting. It is the stage where they play the most and are beginning to understand the world of humans. What they think is right may be wrong for us. Just weeks after being born, we expect puppies to use the place we designate to go potty, that he does not chew his potty pads, that he plays only with the toys that we buy him and we also intend him to sleep through the night. Do we expect that much from a human? That is a lot for a newborn puppy so you need a puppy potty training routine that really works if you follow it.
Although it’s natural for a puppy to bite while he’s playing, it’s a behavior that needs to be redirected at an early age, in the appropriate way or the dog may become aggressive when it reaches adulthood.