I’m a Beagle that plays with cats
Beagle Eyeing Black Cat on table
Beagle Play Biting Black Cats Head
This is my cousin’s Beagle. Since it’s a girl I wonder if that make it a begal? The first thing I noticed when I showed up is that this dog likes to jump and run and play a whole lot. Active puppy behavior is normal. However, a little structure can often go a long way to making a puppy’s behavior a bit more manageable. Even regular dog obedience training would make a big difference.
Beagle Play Biting Black Cats Neck
Beagle Play Biting Black Cats Neck Again
Beagle Playing with Black Cat
More of Begal Playing with Cat
When I work with puppies like this I usually work a week on foundation training to teach focus and a few basic commands. The foundation exercises that I teach are what make my puppy training different than standard dog obedience training.
Are you curious about what I first teach in my puppy training programs? If the dog is comfortable enough I usually teach don’t touch with positive reinforcement, touching drills, to respond reliably to “Good”, sit, down, and to come when called.