23 Comments on “Perfect Puppy Setup”

  1. Ally, I’m happy you have a new dog coming home. Several years back, the most popular names were Max, Bailey, Buddy, Jake and Rocky for males; Molly, Maggie, Lucy, Daisy and Bella for females. The dogs in my life have had more unconventional names: Obie, Schaffer, Petie, Ginger, Ruby and the like. I even had a cat once named Africat! I lived in central Africa at the time. I loved her, but the name was tough. That’s why I prefer two syllable names that roll off the tongue. Good luck!

  2. This was a very helpful video, thanks so much! Your voice is so calming, it’s no wonder you’re an excellent dog trainer.

  3. I used to have a Golden Retriever named Ginger before she died of cancer. Now I am getting a Goldendoodle in 4 weeks!!! I thought that was ironic!

  4. Lots of great info. Worth the 7 mins. Thank you for the great ideas. I actually felt bad about confining our new puppy, but now realize that it makes for much better relationships in the long run. Thanks

    1. +bazza b yes. if your allergies are bad then an f1b or f2b would be better. the b means that the dog is 75% poodle and 25% golden retriever. f1 or f2 is 50 50 mix.

  5. This video was great, but just a tip.  When you’re create training your puppy you don’t want a create that is too roomy because that’ll allow the puppy to have accidents.

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