Take your puppy to experience a variety of places, people, dogs, and situations he’s likely to encounter in his life with you.
Work with a dog trainer to learn what’s right for your particular puppy.
Puppies that go everywhere with older, wiser canine housemates don’t develop the ability to handle things well on their own.
Practice reading your puppy’s body language, especially signs of stress. It’s easier than you think and will help you a great deal.
Always bring treats and a toy with you so you can create positive associations with new experiences by linking them with food or play.
Give your puppy the best possible learning experiences while protecting him from harm.