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Early Life

Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS)

A Head Start for Your Pup: What is Early Neurological Stimulation?

Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) is a series of gentle exercises performed on newborn puppies during a critical window of development. These exercises, like holding them in different positions and simulating heartbeat sensations, are believed to help stimulate the puppy's nervous system. This early stimulation leads to improved stress tolerance, stronger immune systems, and better learning abilities in adulthood.


First Stage of ENS

Second Stage of ENS

The advantage of Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) for puppies is that it may positively impact their development in several ways:

- Improved Stress Tolerance: ENS exposes puppies to mild stressors in a controlled way. This is thought to help them adapt to stressful situations later in life, leading to calmer and more well-adjusted dogs.

- Stronger Immune System: Some studies suggest that ENS can stimulate the puppy's developing immune system, potentially making them more resistant to illnesses.

- Better Learning Abilities: Early stimulation may enhance cognitive function, leading to improved learning and trainability throughout the dog's life.



Puppy Gallery

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