Who doesn't love puppies!? I don't think there is a single person that can deny the adorableness of a puppy.
Just before Christmas, I brought home a new puppy. It is now the first week of February and this little puppy has changed our lives.
All the animals and humans in the household have adjusted to the changes and are finding joy in this new life that I have brought home.
But wow! what a lot of work. This puppy is a lot of easier than when my dog, Penny, now two years old, was a puppy. But even though she's easier, she still is a handful. I think Penny is partly the reason she is easier. She just loved to copy Penny and follow Penny around. It sure helps that Penny is a good role model.
My new puppy, Millie, still has a lot of work to do and things to learn, but we are slowly getting there. Millie is full of spunk, like all puppies. She loves to play with my cat, Zorro and run around the house at top speed. Knocking into things and causing chaos. If you'd like to meet Millie, I have a lot of videos with her on my YouTube Channel. Click the link below to access it. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyLvEHzzmHVz2hfRYLtW3wg
Puppies can be difficult. They take a lot of time and a lot of work. First time dog owners or first time puppy owners can find it very overwhelming.
If you find yourself flustered or lost with how to teach or care for a puppy, I've got some amazing resources for you!
Bringing a new dog, especially a puppy, into your home can be very overwhelming and frustrating. Feeling this way may have you thinking "what have I gotten myself in to?" or "I can't do this!"
There are so many books to read and videos to watch, you may not know where to even start. Then when comes down to actually training your puppy, it is hard to remember all the steps, techniques and what you should actually be doing.