Dogs that have never socialized are at a disadvantage from the start and are more likely to have temperament problems. Dogs go through a specific fear period when new sights and sounds can unnerve them. They usually start to become fearful at about seven to eight weeks of age. Testing earlier, at six weeks, is ideal, although of course not always practical.

We also socialize them and expose them under controlled circumstances to a variety of sites and sounds. We keep the pups and dogs in a busy, lively environment where they are carefully handled each day by trained handler. They are allowed to play with visitors and meet other dogs.

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