Just one look into the eyes of puppies, to be specific, Chesapeake Bay retriever puppies, and you are sure to melt. With their innocent eyes calling out to you for love, attention, and a house to come home to, how can you resist? But when you do bring one home, do you know the first thing about taking care of Chesapeake Bay retriever puppies?
But before going into Chesapeake Bay retriever puppies, what exactly does the breed entail? The Chesapeake Bay retriever is a very muscular, powerful dog breed. Living for around 10 to 12 years, the Chesapeake Bay retriever is very smart, obedient, and brave. The good thing about them is that despite their size and their muscle, they are willing and able to train, however, they may be slow to learn.
And since they can grow up to be such powerful, heavy-weight adults, training them while they are still young is crucial. In fact, Chesapeake Bay retriever puppies should be take out with you as much as possible and introduced to the environment, such as other dogs, in order for them to become more relaxed.
Training Chesapeake Bay retriever puppies is essential as these are their formative years; years which will be the foundation for their future obedience as well as the ease to which they will be able to follow more difficult commands. Since this breed is a slow learner, starting them off young in training, especially for commands like …