Raising a puppy is rewarding, yet at times frustrating. So if you need more help buy our New Puppy! Now What? Guidebook written by certified professional dog trainer Carla O'Donnell and you will learn all you need to care for a puppy and set up you and your new puppy for success to live happily in our human world.

Having a new puppy can be an exciting and sometime challenging experience. Here's some expert advice from a dog training PROFESSIONAL with the information you need to get your new puppy off to a great start! 



Golden Retriever Puppy Growth and Development

If you’re a proud new Golden Retriever owner, this is an exciting time. Your new furry friend has a lot of growing to do, and you probably have a lot of questions.

Read more ...

Grooming Your Golden

Top Tips And Tricks. These fluffy puppies need quite a lot of coat care, but it might not be as hard work as you expect.

Read more ...

Biting Puppy: How To Stop A Puppy From Biting

Are you struggling with how to stop a puppy from biting? Are you wondering why do puppies bite? 

Read more ...

Home Alone: I'll be home soon

One of the most common canine behaviour problems is being left “home alone.” Dogs are social animals; they enjoy company and dislike being alone.

Read more ...

Resource Guarding

Teaching Tips For Puppies. Resource guarding is when a dog has something and they don’t want you or anyone else to have it. It’s best to teach them when they’re young but that’s not always possible.

Read more ...


Socialising a new puppy is the most important thing you can do to create a wonderful dog.  It’s easy, it’s fun, and it’s important!

Read more ...

Toilet Training Perfection

Toilet training is a process that we quickly forget once it is over, but it is a process that can make you feel very low when you are struggling.

Read more ...

Feeding Your Puppy

There are many different approaches you can take to ensure your dog has a balanced, healthy diet. However, with many different feeding regimes to choose from, all of varying quality, it can be a little baffling to know which way to go.

Read more ...

Physical Handling

It is important to handle your puppy as much as possible.  Your puppy should be handled everyday, preferably by many people.  They should stroke the entire body, look inside the ears and mouth, pick up the feet, etc.

Read more ...

© 2022 GRCWA Inc.