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Puppy Board and Train

*Additional training is available for $65 dollars per day/night (24-hour day)

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Two and a half weeks Price $1137.50

  • House training

  • crate training 

  • grooming

  • leash training

  • sit

  • down 

  • no jumping

  • safe exposure to vaccinated friendly dogs

  • safe and gentle exposure to young children

  • basic house manners

  • mat/place training

  • resource guarding prevention

  • bite inhibition

  • recall

  • car exposure

  • Dailey adventures socializing with new places, sounds and items

Week one

The goal of week one is to build their confidence in a new environment, contentment, safety, and peace. 

Your puppy will continue to live in a calm environment, with gentle exposures to daily noises and scents and others living in the house, calm music , rhythm of the day, schedule. I also do puppy massage, and build on their grooming exposure by introducing the pup to cooperative care grooming and handling.

Pup will have some time to play with our two grandchildren .  Who are extremely gentle children who know the art of puppy raising .  

I will build on the basic manners that pups have learned from the breeder… manding (saying please by sitting voluntarily), sit etc. I work on the concept of ‘ name recognition’, and will be using that skill to help pup take turns with the other dogs later. I will charge up the ‘ yes’ command.

I will introduce pup to sitting in a crate in the car,  we will use this skill later to go on adventures 

I know the value of keeping pups ‘ under threshold’, so the first week is a lovely balance of ‘ stretching ‘ the puppies experiences, and respectfully watching pups body language and cues to tell us how fast or slow we should move with all new experiences.  Every pup will be a little different, and we will go at pups pace.   

The goal of week one is confidence building in a new environment, contentment, safety, and peace 

Week two

The goal in week two is to continue to build on the skills that I worked on in week one.

I also will be adding these things…

As pup gets comfortable being crated in the car, we will be going on daily field trips and adventures.  Socializing pup with many many different sights, sounds, people, places is extremely important!  It is also important to keep ALL of these experiences happy and positive and "under threshold".  I build on confidence!!  I never push a puppy too far or into a stressful situation.  The "nervousness of new"  feeling is ok , but fear is NEVER ok!  I watch pups very very closely and always keep them emotionally secure!  This builds confidence and sets them up for success! 

As pup find joy in exploring the big world, I just keep finding more wonderful things for them to explore!   This will build a rock solid foundation for the pup, and will help prevent what tragically happened to many covid dogs… lack of socialization which sadly led to many dogs being surrendered to rescues and humane society due to behaviour issues.  The first 12-16 weeks of a dogs life is the window in which we can prevent this by properly socializing them. 

I have a carry bag for pup if the owner is not yet comfortable with the pups feet being on the ground in public places.  Pup can still explore the world from the safety of his little pouch .   That being said,  I am careful where I would take pups and would avoid high exposure areas to prevent parvo exposure. 

In week two, I will be building on more obedience skills.   Mat or place training, sit, down, stay, come.

I focus a lot on a solid recall .  This can save a life later, so we put a lot of energy into this command. 

Dogs do not generalize well,  and just because they know how to sit when they are in the kitchen does not mean they know how to sit when they are in the yard. 

I continue to work on positive crate associations, trying out different types of crates and in different locations.  I continue to work on house training. I will build on name recognition and incorporate taking turns with the other dogs using their names. This helps with impulse control.

We Will work on proper greetings, door manners, and  not jumping on people. 

We continue to work on cooperative care grooming , handling and massage.

Week three Price $1365.00

The goal in week three: I take all the things pup has been learning and practice them in as many different locations as possible! 

As I have mentioned before, pups do not generalize well, and just because they know a command in one place does not mean they know it in another place.  So on week three, we practice practice in many different locations.  

We will be meeting safe, vaccinated , older dogs and having some playdates 

We continue to work on all the foundational skills

House training

Crate training

Cooperative care grooming/handling 

Basic manners

Basic obedience

Socializing

We are open to meeting up with pup families so they can bond  with their pup and practice with them at any point in this journey

We are willing to take pup to supervised pup play dates in areas with vaccinated age appropriate and size appropriate puppies if the family is comfortable with that( this is extremely fun for pup!! And very important for their happy hearts )

*Additional training is available for $65 dollars per day/night (24 hour day)

 

  

Week one

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Gentle transition from littermate  and mama to new environment.   This involves many confidence building activities, many activities where pup gets a ‘choice’. Use of transition items ( heart beat kennel stuffed toy with scent of mama and litter mates), a calm environment with gentle and gradual exposures to daily noises and scents and others living in the house,  calm music , rhythm of the day, schedule.  We do puppy massage, and introduce pup to cooperative care grooming and handling. We will build on doodle bear golden doodle breeder’s strong foundation of litter box training and house training, and move towards being fully housetrained,  we will continue on with the pups foundation of positive associations with the crate, and focus a lot of time and training into making the crate a wonderful and rewarding and safe and happy place for pup to be. 

We will work on strong and happy introductions to my two dogs who live here .  Who both LOVE puppies! 

Pup Will have some time to play with our two grandchildren .  Who are extremely gentle children who know the art of puppy raising .  

We will build on the basic manners that pups have learned from the breeder… manding ( saying please by sitting voluntarily), sit etc. we work on the concept of ‘ name recognition’, and will be using that skill to help pup take turns with the other dogs later. We will charge up the ‘ yes’ command.

Will introduce pup to sitting in a crate in the car ,  we will use this skill later to go on adventures 

We know the value of keeping pups ‘ under threshold’, so the first week is a lovely balance of ‘ stretching ‘ the puppies experiences, and respectfully watching pups body language and cues to tell us how fast or slow we should move with all new experiences.  Every pup will be a little different, and we will go at pups pace.   

The goal of week one is confidence building in a new environment, contentment, safety, and peace 

 

Week two

——————

During week two we will continue to work on all the same things we have done in week one.

We also will be adding these things…

As pup gets comfortable being crated in the car ,  we will be going on daily field trips and adventures.  Socializing pup with many many different sights, sounds, people, places is extremely important!  It is also important to keep ALL of these experiences happy and positive and ‘ under threshold’.  We build on confidence!! We never push pups too far into a stressful situation.  The ‘nervousness of new’  feeling is ok , but fear is NEVER ok!  I watch pups very very closely and always keep them emotionally secure!  This builds confidence and sets them up for success! 

As pups find joy in exploring the big world, we just keep finding more wonderful things for them to explore! .  This will build a rock solid foundation for the pup and will help prevent what tragically happened to many covid dogs… lack of socialization which sadly led to many dogs being surrendered to rescues and humane society due to behaviour issues.  The first 12-16 weeks of a dogs life is the window in which we can prevent this by properly socializing them. 

I have a carry bag for pup if the owner is not yet comfortable with the pups feet being on the ground in public places.  Pup can still explore the world from the safety of his little pouch .   That being said,  I am careful where I would take pups and would avoid high exposure areas to prevent parvo exposure. 

During week two we will be building on more obedience skills.   Mat or place training, sit, down, stay, come

We focus a lot on a solid recall .  This can save a life later, so we put a lot of energy into this command. 

We will be moving and training in different areas.  Dogs do not generalize well,  and just because they know how to sit when they are in  the kitchen does not mean they know how to sit when they are in the yard.  It takes practice in many different places. 

We continue to work on positive crate associations , trying out different types of crates and in different locations.  We continue to work on house training. We  Build on name recognition and incorporate taking turns with the other dogs using their names.  This helps with impulse control.

We Will work on proper greetings, door manners, and  not jumping on people. 

We continue to work on cooperative care grooming , handling and massage

 

 

Week three

——————-

 

In week three we take all the the things pup has been learning and practice them is as many different locations as possible ! 

As I have mentioned before, pups do not generalize well, and just because they know a command in one place does not mean they know it in another place.  So on week three, we practice practice in many different locations.  

We will be meeting safe, vaccinated , older dogs and having some playdates 

We continue to work on all the foundational skills

House training

Crate training

Cooperative care grooming/handling 

Basic manners

Basic obedience

Socializing

 

 

 

We are open to meeting up with pup families so they can bond  with their pup and practice with them at any point in this journey

We are willing to take pup to supervised pup play dates in areas with vaccinated age appropriate and size appropriate puppies if the family is comfortable with that( this is extremely fun for pup!! And very important for their happy hearts )

 

One Week

  • House training (potty training)

  • Crate training (sleep 4 hours through the night)

  • Name recognition

  • Cooperative care grooming ( consent grooming)

  • Sit

  • Yes

  • No jumping

  • Safe and gentle exposure to young children

  • Basic house manners

  • Resource guarding prevention

  • Bite inhibition

  • Car exposure (comfortable riding in a car in a crate)

  • Alone time (gently learning to be comfortable being alone to prevent separation anxiety)

The goal of week one is to build their confidence in a new environment, contentment, safety, and peace. 

Your puppy will continue to live in a calm environment, with gentle exposures to daily noises and scents and others living in the house, calm music, rhythm of the day, schedule. I also do puppy massage and build on their grooming exposure by introducing the pup to cooperative care grooming and handling.

Pup will have some time to play with our two grandchildren, who are extremely gentle and know the art of puppy raising.  

I will build on the basic manners that pups have learned from the breeder… manding (saying please by sitting voluntarily), sit etc. we work on the concept of ‘ name recognition’, and will be using that skill to help pup take turns with the other dogs later. I will charge up the ‘yes’ command.

I will introduce pup to sitting in a crate in the car, we will use this skill later to go on adventures. 

I know the value of keeping pups ‘under threshold’, so the first week is a lovely balance of ‘stretching ‘ the puppies experiences, and respectfully watching pups body language and cues to tell us how fast or slow we should move with all new experiences.  Every pup will be a little different, and we will go at pup’s pace.   

The goal of week one is confidence building in a new environment, contentment, safety, and peace. 

2 Weeks

  • House training

  • Crate training (sleep 6 hours through the night)

  • Cooperative care grooming ( consent grooming)

  • Name recognition

  • Leash training

  • Yes

  • Sit

  • Down 

  • No jumping

  • Safe exposure to vaccinated friendly dogs

  • Safe and gentle exposure to young children

  • Basic house manners

  • Mat/place training

  • Resource guarding prevention

  • Bite inhibition

  • Solid recall

  • Car exposure (comfortable riding in a car)

  • Dailey adventures & socializing with new places, sounds and items ( very careful of germs and parvo) Learning to be gentle and good with children of all ages. 

  • Alone time (gently learning to be comfortable being alone to prevent separation anxiety)

The goal in week two is to continue to build on the skills that I worked on in week one.

I also will be adding these things…

As pup gets comfortable being crated in the car, we will be going on daily field trips and adventures.  Socializing pup with many different sights, sounds, people, places is extremely important!  It is also important to keep ALL these experiences happy and positive and "under threshold".  I build on confidence!!  I never push a puppy too far or into a stressful situation.  The "nervousness of new” feeling is ok, but fear is NEVER ok!  I watch pups very closely and always keep them emotionally secure!  This builds confidence and sets them up for success! 

As pup find joy in exploring the big world, I just keep finding more wonderful things for them to explore!   This will build a rock-solid foundation for the pup and will help prevent what tragically happened to many covid dogs… lack of socialization which sadly led to many dogs being surrendered to rescues and humane society due to behaviour issues.  The first 12-16 weeks of a dog’s life is the window in which we can prevent this by properly socializing them. 

I have a carry bag for pup if the owner is not yet comfortable with the pups’ feet being on the ground in public places.  Pup can still explore the world from the safety of his little pouch.   I am careful where I would take pups and would avoid high exposure areas to prevent parvo exposure. 

In week two, I will be building on more obedience skills.   Mat or place training, sit, down, stay, come.

I focus a lot on a solid recall.  This can save a life later, so we put a lot of energy into this command. 

Dogs do not generalize well, and just because they know how to sit when they are in the kitchen does not mean they know how to sit when they are in the yard. 

I continue to work on positive crate associations, trying out different types of crates and in different locations.  I continue to work on house training. I will build on name recognition and incorporate taking turns with the other dogs using their names. This helps with impulse control.

I will work on proper greetings, door manners, and not jumping on people and continue to work on cooperative care grooming, handling and massage.

Three weeks 

The goal in week three: I take all the things pup has been learning from weeks 1 - 2 1/2 and practice them in as many different locations as possible! 

As I have mentioned before, pups do not generalize well, and just because they know a command in one place does not mean they know it in another place.  So, on week three, we practice in many different locations.  

We will be meeting safe, vaccinated, older dogs and having some playdates 

I continue to work on all the foundational skills.

House training

Crate training

Cooperative care grooming/handling 

Basic manners

Basic obedience

Socializing

We are open to meeting up with pup families so they can bond with their pup and practice with them at any point in this journey

We are willing to take pup to supervised pup play dates in areas with vaccinated age appropriate and size appropriate puppies if the family is comfortable with that (this is extremely fun for pup!! And very important for their happy hearts)

Two and a half weeks Price $1137.50

  • House training

  • crate training (sleep 6 hours through the night)

  • Cooperative care grooming ( consent grooming)

  • leash training

  • sit

  • down 

  • no jumping

  • safe exposure to vaccinated friendly dogs

  • safe and gentle exposure to young children

  • basic house manners

  • mat/place training

  • resource guarding prevention

  • bite inhibition

  • solid recall

  • car exposure (Comfortable riding in a car)

  • Dailey adventures socializing with new places, sounds and items ( very careful of germs and parvo)

  • Learning to be gentle and good with kids of all ages … the kids are all kind and gentle!

    Alone time (Gently learning to be comfortable alone to prevent separation anxiety)

Week one

The goal of week one is to build their confidence in a new environment, contentment, safety, and peace. 

Your puppy will continue to live in a calm environment, with gentle exposures to daily noises and scents and others living in the house, calm music, rhythm of the day, schedule. I also do puppy massage and build on their grooming exposure by introducing the pup to cooperative care grooming and handling.

Pup will have some time to play with our two grandchildren.  Who are extremely gentle children who know the art of puppy raising.  

I will build on the basic manners that pups have learned from the breeder… manding (saying please by sitting voluntarily), sit etc. we work on the concept of ‘ name recognition’, and will be using that skill to help pup take turns with the other dogs later. I will charge up the ‘yes’ command.

I will introduce pup to sitting in a crate in the car, we will use this skill later to go on adventures. 

I know the value of keeping pups ‘under threshold’, so the first week is a lovely balance of ‘stretching ‘ the puppies experiences, and respectfully watching pups body language and cues to tell us how fast or slow we should move with all new experiences.  Every pup will be a little different, and we will go at pup’s pace.   

The goal of week one is confidence building in a new environment, contentment, safety, and peace. 

Week two

The goal in week two is to continue to build on the skills that I worked on in week one.

I also will be adding these things…

As pup gets comfortable being crated in the car, we will be going on daily field trips and adventures.  Socializing pup with many different sights, sounds, people, places is extremely important!  It is also important to keep ALL these experiences happy and positive and "under threshold".  I build on confidence!!  I never push a puppy too far or into a stressful situation.  The "nervousness of new” feeling is ok, but fear is NEVER ok!  I watch pups very closely and always keep them emotionally secure!  This builds confidence and sets them up for success! 

As pup find joy in exploring the big world, I just keep finding more wonderful things for them to explore!   This will build a rock-solid foundation for the pup and will help prevent what tragically happened to many covid dogs… lack of socialization which sadly led to many dogs being surrendered to rescues and humane society due to behaviour issues.  The first 12-16 weeks of a dog’s life is the window in which we can prevent this by properly socializing them. 

I have a carry bag for pup if the owner is not yet comfortable with the pups’ feet being on the ground in public places.  Pup can still explore the world from the safety of his little pouch.   I am careful where I would take pups and would avoid high exposure areas to prevent parvo exposure. 

In week two, I will be building on more obedience skills.   Mat or place training, sit, down, stay, come.

I focus a lot on a solid recall.  This can save a life later, so we put a lot of energy into this command. 

Dogs do not generalize well, and just because they know how to sit when they are in the kitchen does not mean they know how to sit when they are in the yard. 

I continue to work on positive crate associations, trying out different types of crates and in different locations.  I continue to work on house training. I will build on name recognition and incorporate taking turns with the other dogs using their names. This helps with impulse control.

We Will work on proper greetings, door manners, and not jumping on people. 

We continue to work on cooperative care grooming, handling and massage.

Three weeks  Price $1365.00

The goal in week three: I take all the things pup has been learning and practice them in as many different locations as possible! 

As I have mentioned before, pups do not generalize well, and just because they know a command in one place does not mean they know it in another place.  So, on week three, we practice in many different locations.  

We will be meeting safe, vaccinated, older dogs and having some playdates 

I continue to work on all the foundational skills.

House training

Crate training

Cooperative care grooming/handling 

Basic manners

Basic obedience

Socializing

We are open to meeting up with pup families so they can bond with their pup and practice with them at any point in this journey

We are willing to take pup to supervised pup play dates in areas with vaccinated age appropriate and size appropriate puppies if the family is comfortable with that (this is extremely fun for pup!! And very important for their happy hearts)

*Additional training is available for $65 dollars per day/night (24-hour day)

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