Training Your New Puppy

Puppies are great! They are a brand new addition to your home and this is an exciting time for you and your family. The truth is puppies can also be a terror to your home and cause you many headaches!

That’s where we come in!

Complete Canine Training offers weekly puppy classes to help you train your new furry friend. Some of the common puppy issues we come across are:

  • Biting Everyone & Thing They Can
  • Chewing On Things You Don’t Want Them to Chew On
  • Housebreaking Issues
  • Excessive Energy
  • Whining and Barking
  • Running Away From You
  • Bad Manners – Jumping Up & Begging

These are all solvable problems that we can help you deal with. Plus we start teaching the puppies in class basic behaviors and start laying an obedience foundation for training in the future.

Puppy training is simple yet complicated depending on the breed and age of your dog. We welcome pups from 8 weeks old to 6 months old into our class. Once your puppy reaches 6 months of age that’s when we suggest we move onto training obedience. Before 6 months old your puppy doesn’t really have the attention span to fully grasp the commands and actually listen to them.

Join us for puppy training class and make sure that you are starting your new dog off in the right direction. Our puppy class is designed to help you and your puppy to develop a strong relationship, educating you on proper training techniques, how to stop unwanted behaviors, and help you understand just how puppies function, and what they naturally will tend to do.

Contact Chris for more information on our puppy training class. You can call or text him at 720-634-6331. You can also contact us through our website here.

Start your new pup off on the right paw and join us for puppy class this week!

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