Here`s another great article:
for backstory, there was a dog i really wanted at the shelter i foster kittens through and we had a connection and i was trying to convince my grandma to let me get him, but he already got adopted by another family, so i took to petfinder.
i’m beginning to think that a puppy would be the best option to adapt well to our home because we have 3 cats and a small older dog in the home.
however, my grandma thinks we don’t have time to raise a puppy since i’m at school from about 7:30-3 and she works. i figure something like this would work:
-get puppy toward end of thanksgiving break (she’s getting surgery this week and i’m getting my wisdom teeth out early in the break)
-work on getting him used to the home and trying to get him used to puppy pads
-set up a puppy pen for him with bed, food, water, toys, and puppy pad for when we’re gone
-wake up early to take him outside and play with him to tire him out
-leave puzzle toys for when he wakes up
-take him out and give him tons of attention as soon as i get home
i know it’s not ideal, but does anyone see any major problems with this schedule or have any tips on how to improve it?
How to Learn Clicker Training in 7 Days?
Master Clicker Training in 7
If you want to master clicker training quickly then I recomend a powerful training guide about thsi topic. It covers nearly every bit of information you wanted to know about clicker training, plus more…
Just imagine being able to clicker train your pet in just 7 days (or less) without becoming frustrated or wasting your time.
==> Read my review about canine clicker training