Preparing puppies for life at golden meadows retrievers

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The breeders at Golden Meadows Retrievers want their dogs to be friendly, well-adjusted companions who blend easily into the lives of their families.

The breeders at Golden Meadows Retrievers want their dogs to be friendly, well-adjusted companions who blend easily into the lives of their families.

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  • 1. Preparing Puppies for Life at Golden Meadows Retrievers
  • 2. Preparing Puppies for Life atGolden Meadows Retrievers The breeders at Golden Meadows Retrievers want their dogs to be friendly, well-adjusted companions who blend easily into the lives of their families. In order to achieve this goal, the award-winning kennel uses two unique puppy training techniques. In the Rule of 7 method, trainers introduce the dogs to seven new experiences every four days. They build familiarity with different surfaces and floorings, a variety of toys, and many other experiences. By the time the puppies join their new families, they’re very familiar with 49 textures, smells, sounds, and sights. These early experiences give puppies the foundation they need to adjust to new people, a new home, and to accept training and discipline.
  • 3. Preparing Puppies for Life atGolden Meadows Retrievers Golden Meadows Retrievers also uses the Von Falconer method to produce well-adjusted dogs. This training regimen specifies new experiences for each day of the puppy’s life. It helps puppies learn to live apart from their mothers, tolerate unpleasant noises like a baby crying or the whistle of a train, and to follow their owners and navigate social situations. Through these careful, kind training processes, the puppies gain the skills they need to join a new home.