|Barked: Tue May 5, '09 12:24am PST |
|six weeks is young.. I'd focus on the obvious which (for me, at least) is potty training. I believe it's never too young to start training, but remember to keep the sessions very short (no more than 3-5 minutes) and very positive as you slowly introduce Sit, down, leave it (off), and stay. At 16 weeks (when you're done with vaccinations) you can attend a puppy obedience class, which is very important, not just for the obedience, but for the social skills.
We also crate our dogs, which will save you a lot of hassle when you leave your pup unattended. Introduce the crate now, so that way it will be easier, even if you don't intend to use it on a daily basis. But this way it won't be so stressful traveling or at the vet.
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