Puppy Culture represents a gold standard in puppy rearing and early socialization. It give the puppies a VOICE!!
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 valuable resource for caring and ethical breeders, along with new and old puppy owners, rescues, and is a fantastic add-on to attending a good puppy preschool.
By using Puppy Culture breeders can improve the lives of their puppies with just a few minutes each day.
Puppies have less issues, more brain development, more bonding, more balance and the ability to adjust better to their new journeys ahead.
We have incorporated the Puppy Culture program into our litters beginning Feburary 2018. Our goal is to set each pup up for success by providing them with an enriched environment to develop a more confident and easily trained dog.
In result, you will take home a puppy who is confident, outgoing and will adjust quickly to new situations.
Here at Hilltop Acres we have proudly partnered with the Puppy Culture program to help our puppies learn to communicate (voice), relax and focus before they enter their forever home. We believe that it significantly helps to shape our pups future by implementing these initial protocols.
Here our pups receive:
Early Neurological Stimulation
Emotional Resiliency Exercises
Safe Early Socialization and Enrichment
Developmental and Fearless Imprinting
Potty Training Fundamentals
Crate Traing Fundamentals
Most pups are ready to venture on their new journeys at 8 weeks old but their training needs not to end here. We highly recommend to follow through with the Puppy Culture program and to purchase the Puppy Culture video before your pup arrives. This will give you a clear view of how your pup is being raised and how you can continue his/her training. We also recommend watching the invaluable FREE recorded video from MadCap University, joining the Puppy Culture Discussion group on Facebook and joining Poop School located on the Facebook platform.