From two months to three months / Puppy evolution

The socialization started in the previous weeks will last until 12. Playing with each other, the cubs have learned the hierarchy. With his brothers and sisters, the puppy has learned combat and pack life techniques, dominance and submission tests, and the first signs of sexual activity.

At 3 months, the puppy changes partners and wants to play with people. It invites you to share your frenetic activity, your desire for continuous play. He bows to invite the game, staring at his master. It is time to join his game, to teach him to run for the ball without escaping, to walk and run together. The game lays the foundation of the hierarchy, and among dogs, avoids biting fights, mitigates aggressive tendencies and strengthens the man-dog relationship.

At 3 months, the puppy changes partners and wants to play with people. It invites you to share your frenetic activity, your desire for continuous play. He bows to invite the game, staring at his master. It is time to join his game, to teach him to run for the ball without escaping, to walk and run together. The game lays the foundation of the hierarchy, and among dogs, avoids biting fights, mitigates aggressive tendencies and strengthens the man-dog relationship.

At this age, the puppy can already go for short walks, of no more than 10 or 15 minutes. It is still forming its bone and muscular structure and it is not convenient to subject it to high physical efforts. You need to start getting used to using a collar and leash. This reinforces the sense of submitting to the authority of its master and will also later become an indispensable accessory for learning. At first and until you lose your fear you should take short walks inside the house, for a month at least, then if you must start taking walks outside the house.

The maximum growth is reached between 3 and 5 months. It is the time when the strongest bonds and the deepest relationships are formed between you and your dog. Starting this month, the puppy is ready for his first serious obedience lessons, always with great patience and gentleness.

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