4 Benefits of Early Puppy Training

If you have just bought a new puppy, or even more excitingly, your first ever puppy, you are most likely experiencing a mixed bag of emotions. 

Of course, the main one being an overwhelming feeling of love, because who wouldn’t love an adorable, fluffy, little puppy who loves nothing more than to climb all over you and cover your face with gorgeous, if not slightly wet kisses. 

However, if you are honest with yourself, a new puppy can also be quite overwhelming, and just a little bit stressful. It is similar to having a toddler in the home with constant messes to clean up and not a moment’s peace to yourself. You will only have those wonderful times when they are fast asleep!

Therefore, for your own sanity, and for the wellbeing of your family and your property, there comes a time when you need to consider enrolling your beloved pooch in a puppy training class. Now, some people are converted advocates of this type of training, whereas others need a little bit more convincing.

If you fall into the latter category, keep reading to find out the main benefits, both for you and your puppy, in enrolling them in a puppy training class.

1.   It provides an opportunity for you to bond with your puppy

Life is hectic, and perhaps you do not have a lot of time to create a strong and unique bond with your new puppy. However, a puppy training class allows for one on one time with your puppy, in which your sole focus is on them and their behavior. 

This can strengthen the emotional connection between yourself and your puppy as well as show your dog that you are their leader.

Puppy training in Chigwell is focused on providing classes that are fun for you and your puppy as well as ensuring that you are able to bond with them as you learn.  

2.   It provides your puppy with a chance to socialize 

Unless you want a dog that barks like crazy every time you encounter another dog in the park, then you want your puppy to be exposed to being around other canines as soon as possible. 

Yes, at first it may be tricky, and most certainly your puppy will become over-excited and bark continuously. However, with the training they will learn how to play and get along with other dogs, which will make your life easier in the long term.

It also offers your puppy the opportunity to be around other humans and learn how to behave in the company of strangers

3.   It will teach your puppy the basics

If you are struggling, or simply do not have the time, to teach your puppy to respond to different commands such as to sit or stay, a puppy training course can help you teach them a lot quicker and more effectively. 

A good puppy training company will also provide you with lots of helpful tips to ensure that you are able to confidently continue to train your puppy once the classes have come to an end.

4.   It can help keep your puppy safe

If you are worried about letting your puppy off their leash in open areas such as a park or wood, a puppy training class can help you learn how to control your dog in order to keep them safe. 

For example, if they come to you when called, you are much less likely to lose them or for them to put themselves in a dangerous situation such as running into a busy road than if they simply ignored your command. 

The more classes you take, the more tools you will have at your disposal to effectively communicate with your puppy, making walks more enjoyable for both you and your dog. 


  • Kristine Nicole Alessandra

    We got our dog when he was 8 months old. It was not difficult training him because he is an intelligent little fur ball. He is now 7 (human) years old and he is still at his best behavior. I will share your tips with my niece. She recently adopted two beagle puppies.

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