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In this episode of Meet The Pups,
this rowdy lot think they're too cool for school.
Unless, of course, the school they're attending is a wrestling academy,
in which case they're star pupils.
But, seriously, the eight-week-old pups
will be leaving home next week to join a new family pack,
and need to learn how to behave.
So, let's start.
A bunch of mini symbols is thrown into the cage.
It stops the pups immediately.
Each time they start to fight...
in go the mini symbols.
They begin to associate the sharp noise with stopping their behaviour,
although I think Bonzo has other ideas about this lesson.
Now the pups' senses are more developed,
so is their capacity to become worried
by new things in their environment.
To their sensitive ears,
the vacuum cleaner must sound like a 747 landing in the house.
Introducing the pups to everyday appliances
in the safety of their own home
teaches them not fear unexpected sounds in a noisy world.
I'll tell you what, I don't know what that thing is...but it sucks.
Meet Monty. He's Lola and Morgan's oldest friend. And I mean oldest.
Ah, yes, I am old,
but I'm not deaf, you know.
Sorry, I meant...maturest friend.
We know his medical history,
and we know he's a safe outsider to meet the puppy pack.
He's giving the place the once over.
He smells like...well...different.
Bonzo, get your head from out of there,
it's rude to climb under someone you've just sniffed!
Oh, yes, he smells like trouble. Hello, young pup, you must be Bonzo.
Yeah, hello, Uncle Whiffy.
Cheeky little thing, he's just like his dad.
Mum, Mum... Who is he? Where has he come from?
Yes, run along now before I have to sit on you.
Oh, yeah, come and get us, then.
Come on, come and get us. Ha-ha!
Ever wonder why dogs sniff each other's bums?
It's where the scent glands are located.
By stiffing in the tail region, they can tell another dog's age,
whether it's a boy or a girl, how healthy it is,
and even what mood it's in.
I know what mood I'm in. Fancy a game of fetch, Monty?
Oh, fetch, yes, marvellous. You carry on...I'll be...
I'll be right there.
My legs, hang on. I'll be there, wait, yes.
All right, come on, Monty. You throw, I'll fetch.
Yes, well, you go...ahead.
I'm having a little lie down,
those pups have really knocked it out of me.
But, I suppose I better get up.
Oh, I don't know where you get the energy.
Thank you, Monty, so much for visiting the pups.
I hope that wasn't too much for you.
No, they're a wonderful litter, aren't they?
I can't wait to see them at the park.
Now, have I forgotten anything? Nope. Cheerio.
Oh, Monty, still a top dog after all these years.
Right, time for the final lesson of the day.
Well, it's not really a lesson, it's more of a treat.
Like a bag of chips, only cheaper.
The pups' milk teeth are coming through,
making their gums a bit sore.
The simple solution...ice cubes.
Made with just pure water, it gives them something cool to chew on.
Maybe that will shut Betsy up.
Hey, Lola, are you teething?
Uh, no, that one was melting,
there was no point in wasting it.
The pups have passed the day with flying colours.
They're now well and truly ready
for the next huge chapter in their lives...
Bonzo's dressing up for the big occasion.
Nice hat, Bonzo.
Biscuit and Betsy don't seem to be that excited to be going.
I'm feeling really emotional already.
Make sure you don't miss the next show
when the pups meet their new owners and say goodbye to Mum and Dad.
Having a puppy is a huge, time-consuming responsibility.
If you want an idea of exactly what's involved,
check out the Meet The Pups' page on the CBBC website.