Month two and three is a very exciting time in the life of a puppy. They are old enough to separate from their mother and find their place in your pack. Not only are their little bodies more active, their minds are developing quickly and they are in need of constant guidance. Patience on your part is much appreciated by your little fur ball as they explore, chew, and have an accident or two. For the next several weeks, basic training and socialization are the top priorities. Teaching them the rules of the house and introducing them to new people and situations sets them up for success. Here is some information that will help make the next couple months of your pup’s life extra furrific!