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The Benefits of Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) for Your Royal Standard Poodle Puppies

Welcoming a new puppy into your home is a thrilling experience, but it also comes with a lot of responsibilities. As a new pet parent, you want to make sure that your puppy is happy and healthy. And one of the most important things you can do for your royal standard poodle is to provide them with early neurological stimulation (ENS). Today, we will explore the effects of ENS and biosensor training on royal standard poodle puppies and why it is so important during their early development.

What Is Early Neurological Stimulation?

Early neurological stimulation (ENS) is a specialized training program designed to help puppies develop healthy neurological systems. This training is done using a series of exercises meant to stimulate the puppies’ senses and help them develop their motor skills. The goal is to challenge the puppies in a controlled environment, which will help them develop the necessary cognitive and physical abilities needed to function properly in the world.

Why ENS?   

It has been shown that puppies who receive ENS have a higher level of resilience, self-confidence, and a greater capacity to learn. This is because ENS helps to increase the connections between the neurons in the brain, which leads to increased cognitive function and enhanced learning ability. With this enhanced learning ability, your Royal Standard Poodle will become more trainable, which means they can learn faster and avoid misbehaving.   

Furthermore, ENS is essential for developing healthy immune systems, which means your puppy will have a higher resistance to diseases and infections. When your puppy is stimulated in the early stages of development, they develop their immune system at a faster rate, which means they will be able to fight off diseases and infections more efficiently. This is particularly important for royal standard poodles because they are more susceptible to certain illnesses than other breeds.