Puppies have special needs that require special attention. Mid-day visits are an excellent way to help keep your puppy's house training on track. Most experts strongly suggest that you utilize crate training in order to house train your new puppy. However, until puppies are at least 6 months old, they should not be left in a crate for more than 4 hours at a time. This is where Kathy’s k9 & Kat Kare can help!
Visiting your puppy for 30 minutes once or twice a day, we will immediately bring your puppy outdoors to potty. If we arrive at your home to find that the puppy has soiled its crate, we'll understand that it's not their fault and clean up the mess. Once the puppy relieves itself outside, we'll feed and water them and have playtime or a short walk. The puppy will be placed back in their crate 5 minutes prior to us leaving to allow them to settle down with the comfort of a human still in sight. If you've started puppy class with your dog, Kathy’s K9 & Kat Kare can reinforce leash training, as well as training to sit, heel and stay.