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  • 1. Know the reason WHY you are getting a dog, it should NOT be for selfish reasons, remember a dog is a living being too.

  • 2. Get to know your dog breed, every breed is different, with different tempers, different activity levels as well as different needs.

  • 3. Make it an enjoyable experience for both of you, make sure you make time for your dog, as your dog makes time for you.

  • 4. Consistency is vital to your training success, be consistent when developing a routine for your dog, and remember dogs go by routines.

  • 5. A well-behaved dog should respond to 7 directions in order to become a good canine citizen: Sit, Down, Stay, Come, Heel, Off, and No.

  • 6. Avoid hitting your dog at all costs! Remember punishment doesn't mean physical abuse. Punishment for dogs is the absence of reward.

With EACH transaction, W3AR3 LLC deducts 9% of the total amount paid where 3% goes to our Non-Profit Charity Organization, W3AR3 R3VIV3 which helps build Water Wells, supplies Essential Medicine, gives Nutritious Food to the ones in Need, another 3% goes to our Non-Profit Animal Rescue & Taming Association, W3AR3 VOIC3S which helps to Rescue, Cure, and Shelter abandoned and/or injured Animals. The remaining 3% goes to our Non-Profit Help Foundation, W3AR3 UNIT3D, which helps build Schools, Orphanages, and places of Worship. The purpose of these operations is to open programs of Awareness, Education, and give a Helping Hand to the ones in Need. 100% of the 9% will go to the 3 above-mentioned programs.

Bonding can take anywhere from 3-6 weeks or more while implementing new Behaviors into your dogs routine usually takes about 3-6 months or more, or less, depending on the frequency and consistency of the training, other factors also play a big role such as dog breed, temper, energy levels and diet. So there are many factors that can influence how fast your puppy will learn new behaviors.

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