What is Puppy Culture? Puppy Culture is an amazing program for puppies 0-12 weeks, but many of the protocols can be used on older puppies. You can view a video explaining Puppy Culture HERE. We recommend all of our puppies continue Puppy Culture when they go home and also enter a force free puppy training program. If you are interested in continuing Puppy Culture with our puppies you can purchase HERE! It is available on DVD and also Video on Demand (streaming)
I invested in the Puppy Culture program as well as many of the companion training videos and books. Unlike other breeders who claim to incorporate pieces of the program, I practice the complete program with my pups. In fact Supernova Siberians is listed on the official Puppy Culture Worldwide map of breeders who use the Puppy Culture program. I had to not only submit an application but also videos showing us successfully using Puppy Culture Protocols. This program is eye opening and has been a terrific addition to my program.
I currently use: Puppy Culture Workbook, Puppy Culture Original 0-12 weeks(Video), Shaping Emotional Response (Video), Attention is the Mother of all Behaviors (Video), When Pigs Fly (Book), and Puppy Culture Exercise (Booklet).
Puppy Culture is so much more than cute toys in the puppy pen!! It not only tells you how to perform the protocols but it tells you why… it gives you the science to back it up! Puppy Culture gives detailed instructions for breeders, trainers and owners on how to provide Puppy Culture protocols at specific developmental stages. Your puppy will start with Early Neurological Stimulation at just days old. They will be introduced to sound desensitization, startle and recovery, daily socialization and enrichment including experiences like bathing, grooming, car rides, and fun enrichment equipment like wobble boards, teeter boards, tunnels, etc. More importantly your puppy will go through specific protocols where they will learn through positive, force free experiences, from clicker training to fun challenges, to crate conditioning to preventing resource guarding, to *manding. This amazing program ensures your puppy will receive the best start in life. Below is a video of our 4.5 week old babies first day learning to mand.
*What is manding? “Manding is an automatic sit in front of a person the puppy is interacting with. It is not a required behavior, or a rule, but rather an acceptable behavior taught to replace jumping on a person. It is not the same as a “sit” command. (it is a choice the puppy makes) Think of manding as sitting when the puppy would be otherwise jumping up.”