Puppy Socialization Checklist
Proper socialization is vital to set a puppy up for a lifetime of happiness and success. Featuring a guide that people can use to make sure they are introducing their puppy to a variety of people, animals, sights, and sounds, this poster will help make socialization more organized, productive, and fun! This handout was designed and illustrated by Rachel Lane of Leash and Learn in NYC.
With 100 8.5 x 11 handouts per order, you will have plenty to pass out to new puppy owners.
• Veterinary Technicians
• Veterinary and Veterinary Technician students
• Shelter staff
• Rescue groups
• Dog Clubs
• Dog Owners
Not only is Rachel Lane a vet-recommended dog trainer, she also holds numerous professional dog training certifications including Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA), Certificate in Applied Animal Behavior through the University of Washington, a Certified Trick Dog Instructor, and is an evaluator for the AKC Canine Good Citizen program.
She’s an avid student of positive reinforcement training and translates cutting-edge animal behavior sciences into city-smart training for your dog.
A happy dog is a safe dog. Rachel’s mission is to help you and your dog learn how to enjoy safe and happy city living, one paw at a time.
Though blessed to have shared her life with SO many amazing dogs, Rachel is the proud doggy-mom of Dustin, her five-year-old terrier mix. Dustin was adopted from NYCACC death row after failing all of his shelter evaluations.
With a lot of love and positive training, Dustin has gone on to earn his champion trick dog title, starred in a movie and has been in a professional children’s production of the musical “Annie.” He also competes in rally, canine musical freestyle and does agility for fun.
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It was quite expensive for a printed pad of sheets.
We started adding these to our puppy adoption packets and we love them. The one page format is easier we believe for adopters to digest. The only improvement would be if there could be a place for us to modify with our logo and contact information if adopters have additional questions.
I thought this was a great idea and bought a tablet. When I got them, I found a misspelling and brought it to Dogwise's attention. Turns out, the author of the sheet used a Spanish word for the possessive form of the word dog's. What?! Lest my clients think we can't see typos, I've returned these sheets. Be aware that it will have your English-speaking clients scratching their heads. What a shame. I thought it was a great idea -- until I got them.
Nice form, a bit pricey for a rescue to afford.
I have my own dog training business and i love giving this to clients with new puppies!