|The dogs need Social contacts|
From his earliest age and during all his life, the dog needs to frequent social contacts: caresses, cares, games, walks regular, educational exercises.
Guaranteeing him such contacts is easier when he lives with the man. In a kennel, the dog must have contacts visual, auditory and olfactory with the dog from another enclosure.
As a pack animal, the dog always prefers to stay close to its owner. Unattached individuals with
professional activity should by consequently renounce, because consequently not Austin no case remain alone more than one half-day.
REGULAR CONTACTS BETWEEN PUPPIES AND BEING PUPPIES HUMAN
Puppies must have contacts with humans and other dogs from their birth: it is the condition for
that they then recognize them as social partners.
They must spend at least the first eight weeks of their lives with their mother and other puppies of the litter so that, as adults, they can have normal contact with the other dogs. Dogs of origin doubtful - such as those who, for example,
are offered at low prices on the Internet -
have often been separated from their mothers
much too early for financial reasons. So they couldn't socialize.
correctly and often suffer all the time.
their lives with behavioural disorders. From their first three weeks of life, when their daily lives still consist mainly of sleeping and suckling, puppies need several times a day of contacts with their breeder: the take them, pet them, etc.
This is followed by the main socialization phase of the dogs, which extends to about the third to the twelfth week of life. In the third week, the puppies
begin to develop inhibition to the bite when playing with puppies of the same litter, their mother and human beings. During this period,
sensory organs and motor skills are developing very quickly. The puppies explore their environment more and more, discovering the sounds of their environment. daily environment.
It is during this phase of socialization that puppies develop the major part of their social capacities, by coming into contact with many people of all ages, dogs not hostile people they don't know and
animals of other species, such as cats or horses. During this period, the puppies also learn to
behave appropriately in different situations. Nevertheless, social skills are not yet available
fully developed at the end of the socialization phase. Courses for puppies and young dogs are ideal for to make them evolve.
THE IMPORTANCE OF A SUCCESSFUL SOCIALIZATION
The family that owns a dog, perceived as the "pack" by the dog, must have a clear social structure. The human being must assume the function of leader.
If the place is left an empty, the dog will try to play this role, which is essential for him
for the safety of the "pack", and the difficulties will be inevitable. a well-socialized dog has learned to behave peacefully and openly with his fellow men, strangers, children and other pets. If you, on the contrary, the process of socialization
did not last until his 14th week of life, the dog's training will be more difficult thereafter.