Puppy Training Socialization Important for Development
Puppy Training Socialization is one of the most important phases in a dog’s development, and should happen between the ages of 12 and 16 weeks. During this period, a socialization process must take place that will determine the course of all further development.
Socialization is like building a house
Training a dog is like building a house: One should start at the foundation. in the case of Socialization of a young dog, the foundation for all future behavior must be laid when a dog is between 12 and 16 weeks old.
Puppy Training Develops Relationships
The Puppy Training Socialization process is designed to develop a balanced relationship between the dog and humans, and between the dog and other dogs and animals. The foundation is also laid for life-long self-confidence of the dog. Puppy Training results in basic control by its owner or handler, and obedience by the dog; and the dog develops the ability to react correctly to instructions. Through this process, harmony is created between the dog and humans as well as other dogs and animals inhabiting its living space.
Owner is also taught how to build on the Puppy Training Socialization
When you come to fetch your dog at Braveheart Bio-Dog Academy after completion of the Puppy Training Socialization process, you are also taught how to handle your dog correctly, and to give continuous development training at home. This takes approximately 30 minutes.
Time frame and venue for Dog Puppy Training Socialization
Braveheart offers Dog Puppy Training Socialization in Pretoria, as well as in Gauteng as a whole. Training normally takes around two weeks, and is conducted at our Academy 35 km east of Pretoria, close to the N4 highway to eMalahleni (Witbank).
Puppy Training Socialization the ideal prelude to Further Training
Puppy Training is of course the ideal prelude to advanced training once a dog has reached the right age. Braveheart Bio-Dog Academy is accredited by PSIRA (Private Security Industry Regulating Authority) as well as by SASSETA (Safety And Security Sector Education and Training Authority). Braveheart’s owner, John Greyvenstein (MSc Genetics; BSc Honours (Zoology) personally evaluates all dogs, and all Puppy Training Socialization takes place under his personal supervision.