Here`s another great article:
Just a reminder to stop, reflect, and be proud of how far both you and your pup have come. Puppyhood seems to fly by and last decades all at the same time. I’ve found it’s important to reflect on the small wins to remember that good things ARE happening, even if you don’t see huge, immediate changes. Is your pup not biting as frequently? Goes into the crate voluntarily? Potties right away when you go outside? Having fewer accidents? Able to be calm for a few minutes while relaxing with you? These are all wins! Pups are not born knowing what is desirable/good behavior and what isn’t. You are teaching them, they are learning, and you are killing it. Hang in there and celebrate those small victories.
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