When looking for Yorkie Puppies For Sale, always inquire about what steps are taken to for puppy socialization. Their inherited traits and training is what you will ultimately be dealing with.
Daily socialization to a wide variety of human infants, toddlers, preteens, adolescents, adults, as well as other dogs will ensure the development of a calm, confident dog unlikely to jump, bark, bite, spook or become aggressive around other dogs or people. How should you properly socialize your puppy? Don't force him into a situation he's shy about; let him meet people, children, and other dogs at his own pace. His most impressionable imprint' period is from 3 weeks to 16 weeks of age; however, the following socialization exercises must be continued throughout his adolescent months and adult years as well.
Human Socialization After about the first week in his new home, invite friends and relatives, particularly young children, to your house often. Make sure they are not sick and don’t feel strange for asking them to wash their hands before petting. Keep a bowl of cheerios handy so visitors can treat him when they arrive. Go to malls, schools, shopping centers, nursing homes, and (after vaccinations) take walks with him in different neighborhoods. Keep a pocketful treats to give to adults and children to give to your pup, this will solidify a positive association with strangers in his mind. A pup well socialized to 6 year olds is not necessarily well socialized to 2-year olds; make an effort to have him meet a very wide variety of children and adults. NOTE: Never leave a baby, toddler or young child under the age of 10 alone with a puppy or dog of any age. Your pup needs to meet many babies and toddlers, so an adult should treat/praise the pup when holding or standing next to a small child. Children often tend to get rough and hurt pups (poking eyes, pulling tails, jumping on, slapping, kicking, stepping on, holding by the neck). Allowing this is asking for trouble later, so carefully supervise all of your pup's interactions with your children and their friends.
One of the first considerations when looking for a Yorkie puppy for sale is authenticity. It is important to know what to expect from that cute little puppy you bring home and what you are going to end up with when it matures and becomes an adult. One of the first things to look at is to insure you have a purebred dog. An indicator to that is its originating registry. The only one to go with is the AKC when it comes to this, as it really does matter. The American Kennel Club or AKC as they are also known, is one of the largest and longest standing purebred dog registry in the USA. Their registry is validated by recording pedigrees of dogs of recognized breeds, including validating these dogs through DNA testing. DNA testing ensures the integrity of the kennel club's registry. It should be the registry of choice due to this untouchable integrity when selecting a puppy to purchase. The next step is to look for a reputable breeder. This can be a daunting task, but it will pay off greatly in the long run as your new puppy’s health, wellbeing, LOOKS and characteristics are at stake.
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