Puppy Culture is a program used by Breeders and Puppy owners, all over the world to improve the lives of their puppies and to limit behavioral issues by helping puppies to cope with and move past things that would otherwise cause issues as adults.
Puppy Culture is a series of educational videos authored by Jane Killion, outlining the science pertaining to puppy development in the first 12 weeks of life, and its practical application in the form of enrichment protocols and emotional resiliency exercises for breeders and puppy owners. It is becoming very popular as one of the best hands-on guide for puppy rearing available and it has grown to be a movement among breeders aiming at raising confident, enrichment seeking puppies. It has an amazing amount of indispensable information for raising puppies from birth through 12 weeks. As a breeder of 15 years, I found gems in every section.
· I learned when to use, and when to avoid, early neurological stimulation for the greatest benefit of my puppies.
· I learned when to expose puppies to certain noises, and when to avoid this, in order to build resilience in the adult dog.
· I learned what markers to watch for when puppies are entering fear stages.
· I learned how to balance socialization needs and vaccination safety.
There is a dramatic difference when comparing a puppy raised by Puppy Culture vs a puppy raised with the alternative (non puppy culture) method. There are fewer issues, more brain development, more bonding, more balance and the ability to adjust better.
Benefits to Puppy Culture:
· Early Neurological Stimulation
· Weaning Set Up and Suggestions
· Developmental and Fear Periods
· Harnessing the Enrichment Effect
· Puzzles, Games, and Problem Solving
· Safe Early Socialization
· Holding a Safe and Effective Puppy Party For Your Litter
· Emotional Resiliency Exercises
· Anti-Aggression Protocols
· Bomb-Proofing Puppies
· Placement Options
· Preparing Your Puppy Buyers
For Puppy Owners:
· The Critical Socialization Period
· Holding a Safe and Effective Puppy Party For Your Puppy