• Light of Life Veterinary Clinic
    Light of Life Veterinary Clinic
    Tel: 6243 3282
    Address:
    Blk 740 Bedok Reservoir Road #01-3165 Singapore 470740
    Opening Hours:
    Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat: 12pm-5pm, 8pm-11pm
  • Animal Practice Veterinary Clinic & Surgery
    Animal Practice Veterinary Clinic & Surgery
    Tel: 6288 3929 (24 Hours)
    Address:
    1015 Upper Serangoon Road #01-00 Singapore 534753
    Opening Hours:
    Daily 9am-12pm, 2pm-5pm, 6pm- 8pm (Closed on Public Holidays)
  • The Animal Clinic
    The Animal Clinic
    Tel: 6776 3450 / 6777 0273
    Address:
    Block 109 Clementi Street 11 #01-31 Singapore 120109
    Opening Hours:
    Mon-Fri: 9.30am-12noon, 2pm-5pm, 6pm-8.30pm
    Sat: 9.30am-1pm, 2pm-5pm, 6pm-8.30pm
    Sun: 12noon to 4:30pm
  • Toa Payoh Vets
    The Animal Clinic
    Tel: 6254 3326
    Emergency: 9668 6469
    Address:
    Block 1002, Toa Payoh Lorong 8 #01-1477 Singapore 319074
    Opening Hours:
    Mon-Fri: 9am - 8pm
    Sat, Sun, Public Holidays: 9am-5pm
  • Singapore Pet Cremation
    Singapore Pet Cremation
    Tel: 9665 1038
    Website:
    www.singaporepetcremation.com
    Opening Hours:
    24 hours

Better Together: How To Socialise Your Puppy

Better Together: How To Socialise Your Puppy


Better Together: How To Socialise Your Puppy

Socialisation is a crucial element of a puppy’s development, where it is especially important for dog breeds with relatively aggressive behaviours such as Jack Russells, Chihuahuas and German Shepherds. From growling to biting, it is recommended to curb a dog’s aggressive behaviour from young. Through socialising, your pooch will be more open to unfamiliar environments and instead of lashing out, be keener to explore them

No idea how to get started? From obedience classes to inviting friends over, we give you the top three ways you can socialise your pup with.

Enrol your pup in obedience training

Obedience training is an excellent way of exposing your pup to other dogs as well as people. You will learn a great deal about interpreting dog behaviour and learn about how your dog communicates with other dogs. If you are unsure of which puppy trainers to engage, do look through the listings on various pets magazine before making an appointment.

Go on walks

Whether you’re running some errands or out shopping, take your furkid for a ride. Have a dog-friendly workplace? Go head and bring your dog to work, to allow it to socialise (and be pampered upon by your colleagues). As long as your pooch isn’t a huge distraction, exposing it to a different group of people will allow it to learn that not all strangers’ are a danger to her or you. Also, putting your pups in different environments enable it to pick up life skills such as how to cross the streets safely.

Have family and friends over

Although it may be beneficial to expose your pup to different environments, it is important for it to be comfortable in the most important setting – home.

Invite people over as much as possible and let your furkid interact with your loved ones. Better yet, invite your pals with dogs and make it a gathering of dog lovers. However, be sure to not overwhelm your pet and start off by introducing strangers in smaller groups before hosting large gatherings.

With the above steps, nurture your furkid to be less aggressive, more sociable and into your best friend.

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clubpets Issue 70 | Longest Running Pet Magazine In Singapore
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