Let’s Get Ready
For some people commitments are the hardest to set . . .and the easiest to break.
Many pet parents will commit to teaching their puppy for a couple of weeks, but then they falter because they were tired, or let “busy” take over puppy time.
There’s a power and a practice in gaining the endurance to choose what’s really best for your puppy–then standing your ground as resistance comes. This is why LifeStyle training has taken on a new form. Include your puppy in your daily life. Whether it be at home, maybe even a trip to the office, or out to the café for a bite to eat. Companionship is a great thing, but being a teacher and to see your puppy thrive, is an enjoyment that truly comes from within.
Big steps ahead!
Kim & Christina