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Her First Walk and outside experience

We started to walk Amber after 2 weeks. Since Amber has not taken her 3rd jab, we only walk her around our corridor and carry her whenever we go nearby to buy food. We bought her socks and shoes to keep her paws clean during walking but it was a disaster to wear them on her. She kept trying to chew and pulled the socks out. She walked quite awkwardly too, probably not used to have something on her paws, well it was her first time anyway :D

Amber's feeling awkward wearing socks

She has gotten pretty used to her collar and leash during her 1st week training so we thought it would be really easy to start her walk but we were wrong! Haha! She did not dare to walk out of our front door! (Do not keep pulling the leash if puppies do not want to walk out by themselves, if pulled, it will only make them afraid of the outside world). We used lot of treats to lure Amber, by putting a line path of her favorite treats that linked out to the corridor. Soon enough, she got out of the house and started sniffing the corridor's floor, and came the first walk!

Trying her best to walk up the stairs

Her official first walk!!!

Amber's First Walk Video


  1. how was amber able to pee on her peetray? did u put any of those solutions on her tray or did she automatically do it?

    1. Hi, we trained her to do it on the pee tray, no we did not get any pee solutions, it is not very effective for most dogs anyway :)

  2. how do u train her to do it? how did she know the tray is for peeing and not the crate?

    1. Hi, it doesn't work by just typing the details out for you, housebreaking a dog takes months and you need basic knowledge of how a dog pee and poo, when and why to be able to train your dog properly.

      You sound like a new owner and may need guidance on this, we suggest you take up a basic obedience course from us or any dog schools outside that conducts housebreaking classes :)


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