1. Start with basic obedience training.
Make sure your puppy knows how to sit, stay, come, and down. These commands will help keep your puppy safe and under control in social situations.
2. Introduce your puppy to lots of different people, including children and strangers.
Puppies should be introduced to a variety of different people at an early age in order to help them learn how to behave around new people. This includes both children and strangers.
3. Take your puppy for walks and let them meet other dogs along the way.
Walks are a great opportunity for puppies to meet other dogs and learn how to interact with them. Make sure you are walking your puppy in a safe area where they can meet other dogs without getting into fights.
4. Visit busy places like parks, pet stores, and malls.
Parks, pet stores, and malls are all great places for puppies to socialize with other people and animals. Be prepared for your puppy to be excited and wiggly when meeting new people and animals.
5. Have your friends and family members stop by to visit so your puppy can get used to being around lots of new people.
Having friends and family members stop by to visit is a great way for puppies to get used to being around lots of new people. Make sure everyone is prepared for a lot of wiggling and jumping from the pup!
6. Expose your puppy to a variety of different environments, such as cars, buses, trains, elevators, and construction sites.
Exposing puppies to a variety of different environments helps them learn how to behave in different situations. This includes cars, buses, trains, elevators, and construction sites. Make sure each environment is safe for puppies before exposing them to it.
7. Make sure your puppy has plenty of opportunities to play with other dogs in a safe and controlled environment.
Playtime is important for puppies so they can learn how to interact with other dogs properly. Make sure you are supervising playtime between your puppy and other dogs, and make sure the environment is safe for both pups.