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Why Early Neurological Stimulation Should Be Expected from Your Puppy's Breeder

The Role of Breeders in Puppy Development

As responsible breeders, great emphasis should be placed on the role of Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) in shaping the temperament and overall development of puppies.
ENS has been proven to have a significant impact on a puppy's behavior and adaptability, making it an essential component of their early development.

Studies have shown that ENS-stimulated pups are more active and exploratory than those who do not receive this specialized stimulation. By implementing ENS techniques, a breeder provides puppies with enhanced confidence and stability as they grow into adult dogs.

A Standard for Trusted Breeders

ENS is becoming a standard among quality breeders. It's a critical part of the first eight weeks of a puppy's life, which they spend with their mother, littermates, and breeder. This period significantly impacts their temperament and development. Hence, it's essential to ensure your chosen breeder practices ENS.

Selecting an ENS Practicing Breeder

By choosing a breeder who actively applies ENS techniques, you can ensure that your growing poodle receives a diverse range of sensory experiences during the crucial early stages of life, setting them up for success in their future training and socialization. It's a testament to the breeder's dedication and commitment to raising well-adjusted, healthy puppies.

Expecting Early Neurological Stimulation from a breeder is about investing in your puppy's future. As a responsible dog owner, you want the best for your pet. By choosing a breeder who practices ENS, you're taking a significant step toward providing your puppy with the foundation for a confident, well-adjusted adulthood.