Fairfax Dog Walking Company Educates On How To Train A Puppy Not To Bite

August 08 01:54 2020
Fairfax Dog Walking Company Educates On How To Train A Puppy Not To Bite

Paw Pals Pet Sitting – Dog Walking & Pet Sitting in Northern VA
Fairfax dog-walking company Paw Pals informs readers on how to train a puppy not to bite and includes suggestions on alternative things to chew on.

Centreville, Virginia – August 07, 2020 – Paw Pals, a Fairfax dog walking company, recently shared a blog educating readers on how to train a puppy not to bite, especially after they reach a few months (3-4) of age. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimated that 1 in 69 people in the United States is bitten by a dog. (Of 4.7 million dog bites every year, 800,000 require medical attention)

The post goes on to note first that it’s key to use positive reinforcement with puppies. In other words, they should be lauded whenever they exhibit good behavior (perhaps even offered treats further down the training line). A relatively safe environment (usually indoors) can be another factor that affects a young dog’s level of aggressiveness. Conversely, it’s crucial to find a stringent voice for when a puppy misbehaves, albeit one that does not make the pet feel abused. Time-out is a method often relied on to help aggressive puppies settle down, as is the use of taste deterrents like perfumes.

The blog also explains how novel toys like balls, plastic bones, and plush animals should be kept within reach, as they can serve as substitutes for limbs, clothing, or anything else a puppy may lean toward chewing on. Puppy owners should also be careful not to use any kind of violence or sudden gestures with their pets, including shoving hands down his or her throat.

Paw Pals, an LLC, is based in Centreville but also serves customers located in Fairfax, Chantilly, Clifton, Fairfax Station, Manassas and Reston. Paw Pals recommends a minimum of 3 visits daily while owners are on vacation. Their dog-sitting services include walks, playtime, and brushing, as well as provision of treats and medication, if necessary. Rates start as low as $24 for a 30-minute visit, with only $3 charged for each additional dog.

It was founded by family woman and proud Australian Shepherd owner Mary Telesz, who boasts more than 15 years of experience in pet-sitting. Paw Pals are bonded, licensed and completely insured. They are also PetTech certified in Pet CPR and First Aid. Call Paw Pals today at (703) 345-1695 or contact them online at https://www.localpawpals.com/ for more information about their services. Paw Pals is located at 14001-C Saint Germain Drive #213, Centreville, VA 20121.

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Company Name: Paw Pals Pet Sitting, LLC
Contact Person: Mary Talesz
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Phone: 703-345-1695
Address:14001-C Saint Germain Drive #213
City: Fairfax
State: Virginia
Country: United States
Website: www.localpawpals.com

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