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Considering adoption of a adolecence pup there are a few things that will help you both survive it: CJ is a exuberant and an overall clown. Puppies at this age are a great deal of fun and are up for anything new. CJ is a 5 month old male and weighs in at 30 lbs.
Train, Train, Train! - Help your puppy feel secure in his submissive role with training. Be sure to use a lot of praise and yummy treats. Get Your Puppy Some Interactive Toys - To keep them busy and out of trouble. They have high curiosity at this stage can be satiated with things like a Kong filled with treats or a hide-and-seek toy.
Go to New Places with Your Puppy - He's ready to go and hopefully you've already been working on his manners so take him on a new hike or to a store that allow in canine kids
Exercise Adolescent puppies have a great deal of energy that needs to be spent.
Challenge Your Puppy, puppies love mind games and it tires them out as much as physical activity. - Bury toys under blankets and encourage him to find them. Add some new commands to your obedience training. Play a game of hide-and-seek in the yard and make it tough for him.
If you wish to provide a good home for CJ please contact valley river humane society at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 828-837-2304.