Socializing your Dog: an Illustrated Guide

Thanks to Lili Chin of Doggie Drawings for collaborating with me on this socialization poster! You can click on the picture below to view the full sized version. Lili and I have previously worked together to create the illustrated guide to playing with your dog.

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Do you have any socialization tips or tricks? Please share them in the comments below!

18 responses to “Socializing your Dog: an Illustrated Guide

  1. Wow! this is AWESOME! Thanks so much for sending it out. I will be using it in my Puppy classes for sure. May I forward it to other class instructors in our (non-profit) club?

    Thanks again! Sue Barns

    On Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 5:02 AM, Paws Abilities wrote:

    > ** > Paws Abilities Dog Training posted: “Thanks to Lili Chin of Doggie > Drawings for collaborating with me on this socialization poster! You can > click on the picture below to view the full sized version. Lili and I have > previously worked together to create the illustrated guide to playing with > yo”

  2. How can I order a print/copy of this for my dog training school?

  3. Hi! Lovely! So true. Thank you. I´d love to spread this in German (I´m happy to translate it), would you be ok with that? Warm wishes from Hamburg, Germany, Christine

  4. I love that the dog is wearing a harness. I would like to see all dogs in harnesses one day. I am currently looking for one that is comfortable on my dog. Great poster, I am sure it will be shared widely. Thanks.

  5. I love this poster. Wish I could get a copy to share it my fellow dog lovers. I have learned so many things from this simple illustration. Thanks for sharing.

  6. What a great illustration, and information.

  7. What if my dog gives zero fucks about rewards and just wants what he wants.
    he thinks rewards are dumb. wut do?

  8. I love the poster. And that wonderful, adorable dog looks suspiciously like Dobby. That makes me love it even more.

  9. I recently adopted a puppy from a shelter and I was looking for literature on socialization and this poster just fit the bill perfectly. Thank you!

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  13. Reblogged this on 1flyinhawaiian and commented:
    It’s important to start the process as early as you can, though no younger than 8 wks of age. Be creative and, most of all, HAVE FUN! This is one of the most reliable ways to ensure your dog’s cooperation & safety in strange &/or tense situations.

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