Tag Archives: clicker

Five to six weeks

Our three Cavapoo puppies had some new experiences during this week; more visitors (our son and his fiance came for a visit and he has a new, nice camera; so more cute puppy pictures coming up!), more playtime, finishing up … Continue reading

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My favorite age

Faith and Reba’s babies are five weeks old now! I think this is my favorite age. They’re still cuddly and little, but starting to act more puppy-ish and show a bit of personality. (Although not enough to know what they’ll … Continue reading

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Powering up the clicker

What in the world does that mean? This is the first step of clicker training, and what we try to introduce each puppy to before they head home. ┬áIt can be started at four to five weeks of age, depending … Continue reading

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It’s Monday!

Just checking in after a busy, relaxing (can I use both those verbs in one sentence?), fun, wonderful weekend with family and friends that were visiting. Now back to my regular routine. So little Miss Treasure’s babies are seven weeks … Continue reading

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The fifth week

So between week four and five we’re actually starting to see little puppies emerge! There is playing, growling and toddling about. They’re gotten their “sea legs” well enough that we’ve switched the Ugodog litter box system to the plastic container … Continue reading

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Note to self

*self, don’t leave training treats on the bed when you’re done. Reba will find them.  That bowl had (the key word is “had”) treats in it when I finished. And that’s about 1/3 of the cheese that was in that … Continue reading

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