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Mini Sheepadoodle Puppies are Socialized with Love

Updated: Jul 27, 2021

Our mini sheepadoodle puppies for sale here in Idaho are getting the love and socializing they need.

We start socialing after the mini sheepadoodle puppies eyes open. They have completed ENS and the next step on their path to being the best family pet ever is lots of socializing.

Mini Sheepadoodle Puppies are too Cute

One of my grandsons is the best ENS helper around. He hands me the puppy and keeps track of what was done and which puppy we are working on. When you have a big litter it can be easy to miss one of the puppies for this important ENS technique.I challenge my grandsons counting skills using addition to determine how many more puppies we need to work on and subtraction to see how many puppies we have worked minus those we have left. It is a fun way to engage my grandkids as well as teach some basic math along the way.

We invite friends and family over to play with puppies on a regular basis. These mini sheepadoodle puppies will be around the other animals here at the family farm as well. Our grandkids just happen to be the best puppy lovers around. They come over when we have a litter of mini sheepadoodle puppies that needs extra kid time. It is important that our mini doodle puppies get around kids and animals so that once they are at your house they are not shy. It is then your responsibility to take them out in public places like dog parks and puppy training classes to be sure you have the best possible puppy ever. A dog that has been well socialized as a puppy will be better able to adapt to new people and places. No one likes a spazzy dog that just yaps at all strangers it sees. Be sure your puppy has all its shots before you go to the dog park or around other dogs. They will have recieved at least the first booster before they leave our home and then you will need to take them to the vet for the 2 remaining puppy boosters and rabies shot. The rabies shot is not available until 12wks of age or after and then yearly.

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