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Some dogs are calm and quiet. Other dogs love to make as much noise as possible. What’s the reason for all the commotion? Well, many of these noisy breeds bark to alert you of potential threats and other happenings around your home. They usually make an excellent watch and guard dogs, giving your home an extra sense of security.
Many puppy parents mistake training as the 4 basic commands, such as sit, lay down, come, and stay. They may not think it’s worth teaching their furry friends other fun tricks.
Barking and puppies go together like peanut butter and jelly. Even if your puppy is naturally quiet and reserved, they will likely bark at some point in their lives. Face it—it is a normal part of puppy communication. Excessive barking, however, is not and can be a nuisance for everyone within hearing distance.
Chewing is a crucial part of the puppy teething process, especially if they’re between 3 to 6 months of age. If they’re past the 6 month mark, it may be a sign of boredom, anxiety, or a form of release. Whichever the case, this habit can cause significant damage to your furniture and other valuable items in your home.