Cribs & Canines: Dog Training for New Parents

Babies bring so much joy and wonder into our lives. When a baby comes into the home a lot of adjustments are made. Your dog needs to adjust too, and navigating that process can be difficult—especially when you have so many other things to worry about.

At Fountain City Dog Training we believe you shouldn’t have to worry about how your dog will react to your child. We created the Cribs and Canines training program to help new and expecting parents transition into their new life with a dog and baby. Babies bring in new changes and routines that can affect your relationship with your dog. Our professional dog trainer will teach you how to prevent or alleviate your dog’s anxieties and how to avoid the inconsistency that can have a negative effect on your dog.


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Get Started Today!

If you want to talk about getting started, or to learn more about our Cribs and Canines program, give us a call at 816.897.2110.

Fountain City Dog Training offers the Cribs and Canines program across the Kansas City area.

How does it work?

We first get to the basics, teaching the dog basic obedience and how to display calm manners. Behaviors that were once harmless in a house of just adults need to be addressed, so we teach your dog not to jump, nip, snatch things away, or be aggressive in any way. We also introduce them to practice situations that simulate life with a baby.

We teach the dog to live with a baby before they come home for the first time. Your dog will be used to the baby’s presence before the baby arrives and will be comfortable with things like the baby’s stroller or the ongoing attention a baby receives. All of this work makes the transition smooth for everyone.

The Cribs and Canines program is offered for expecting parents and current parents who are experiencing difficulties with their dog’s behavior towards their children. We craft customized training programs based on your specific situation and work with you until all of your training goals are met. Our goal is to create a safer and happier environment for all dogs and their people.

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