Explore our collection of puppy training videos from Mike Stewart, president of Wildrose Kennels and Purina ambassador, for his tips on housebreaking, socialization, crate training, place training and more.
Training your puppy to maintain eye contact will help you hold their focus, get their attention and improve overall training and communication between you and your puppy.
Well-socializing your puppy at a young age is extremely important. That includes building confidence so they can master any challenge they face in your home and the community.
Crate training should be an easy and enjoyable experience for you and your puppy. It’s useful when traveling with your dog, and it also gives him his own safe, quiet area in your home.
Grooming and personal care for your puppy can be easy with a few simple tools and tricks.
Housebreaking your puppy can be taught through three simple, consistent steps.
Introducing your puppy to other dogs can come with challenges. Take these important steps before your puppy meets other pets to help ensure a smooth transition.
It’s important to help your puppy slowly become acclimated to your car, truck or other vehicle before you begin traveling with him. Keep it fun and positive, and you’ll be able to take your dog anywhere you go.
When done correctly, getting your puppy used to water can be a fun, easy experience.
As your puppy grows, it’s important to make sure you’re taking the steps to help promote joint health. That includes high-quality nutrition, maintaining an optimal body condition and plenty of low-impact exercise.
Place training is an essential behavior that will be helpful throughout your dog’s entire life.
Helping your puppy grow into a healthy dog means providing advanced, high-quality nutrition and maintaining an ideal body condition.
Teaching your puppy sit, stay and recall means you’re instilling essential behaviors that will last throughout your dog’s entire life.
Teaching your puppy how to heel and walk on a lead helps ensure you'll have an obedient, controllable dog no matter where you go.
It’s important to teach your puppy to be confident everywhere he goes – in your home and in your community. That means getting him exposed to people, places and things right from the start.
To help your puppy grow into a well-behaved dog, it’s important to establish yourself as the leader in your relationship. Do this by reinforcing positive behaviors, setting boundaries and being consistent in your commands.