Cute Mİschevious Cute Animals,dog/dogs How an experienced dog mother teaches her 8 weeks old puppies to be calm. www.sentfromheaven.at

How an experienced dog mother teaches her 8 weeks old puppies to be calm. www.sentfromheaven.at




This is why it’s important not to get your puppies too young. It’s important for the mother to teach basic behavior.No matter the species, sit your ass down is a universal language for all mothers. LOL. Lovely video ❤They desire instant gratification. She’s teaching them to have patience and self-restraint. These are invaluable qualities that far too many humans fail to teach their children.This is why you can’t take puppies from their mom too early. The time they have with her is so important in their development and demeanor.Everything is so fluffy and comfortable and cozy: the carpet floor, the blankets, the pillows, the doggys…It makes you feel comfy and safe, video deserves 78M viewsWhen I was a kid we had a Chessy and I would watch her with the pups a lot. She corrected them with a growl and would pin them down. I tried that with my first and every dog after that (5) and IT WORKS. They learn respect and don’t fear you because like Mom, you don’t hurt them. Even after they were well on, they did what I asked, said it once, if they didn’t listen I then gave them the look and growl. Worked like a charm.Everyone is all happy and cheering the mama dog (rightly so) and then as soon as they hear you raise your voice with your child they would be the first call child protection servicesAlso amazing that I noticed she was checking on each one of them The ones that was aggressive she put in place she’s very fond of the pup to the right who was still excited to see mommy wagging tail even when mom was checking them which means the love connection is very strong I’ll keep that pup with mom if I couldI love the one that sneaks around like “I’m just gonna steal a little drink,” and gets the look of death.She’s not mad. She’s parenting. I had no idea a dog could do that with so many pups. It also shows how quick those pups listen. Good mama. Good litter.

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