Established to satisfy customers looking for beautiful, lovable puppies, Once Upon A TeaPup specializes in providing teacup-sized puppies of varying breeds. Once Upon A TeaPup trains and socializes puppies before sending them to their new families, but the organization recognizes that not all individuals have the time or ability to continue that training properly in the home. To facilitate acclimatization between puppies and pet owners, Once Upon A TeaPup has identified several common puppy training mistakes and how to correct them.
Once Upon A TeaPup begins a puppy’s training, which gives the animal’s new family a step up. However, once the puppy arrives in its new home, it will want to spend time exploring, meeting new people, and resting. While many new pet owners want to begin or continue their dog’s training immediately, attempting to train during exploration and exciting events will not yield positive results. Instead, Once Upon A TeaPup recommends that owners wait until they have the dog’s undivided attention.
A puppy’s diet is a critical component in any training regimen. Feeding dogs human food, which many new pet owners do, not only throws off the dog’s nutrition, but teaches it bad habits, such as begging at the table. Once Upon A TeaPup advises owners to take their new pup to the vet for an immediate check-up. While there, they should ask the vet about appropriate dog foods specific to the dog’s breed. Look for balanced foods and devise a regular meal routine.
Finally, Once Upon A TeaPup stresses the importance of exercising patience, especially with puppies. Pet owners must realize that as much as they want their dogs to become obedient straightway, puppies need a good amount of time to process commands. Give puppies time to settle into their new environments and get to know their families, focusing on two, maybe three, commands at the most initially.