Ask any visitor that involves visit to take care of the puppy around; touching the paws and sense among the toes; using the ears; providing restrained hugs; using the mouth and beginning the mouth inserting your finger on the puppy's tongue. If at all possible expose your pup to children and teach them how to handle the puppy properly. Always make sure when children and pet dogs are playing mutually they are supervised. You don't want the kids that can be played too around with the pup and you don't want the doggy getting so hyped up by antics of children and becomes out of control.
A lot of puppy socialization can occur in the home environment - contact with loud banging sounds, such as clanging pans and pots, vacuum cleaners, washing machines, backyard mowers, etc.
Puppy socialization can likewise incorporate making funny encounters and stupid sounds at puppies; revealing those to skateboards, bicycles, wheelie bins and other moving items. Noises of airplanes, loud machinery, children screaming, infants crying, radios blaring are usually day-to-day occurrences that your puppy may experience in later life. CD's can be found with all sorts of noises, including thunder which is something that's not always designed for the pup to get used to.