A Beginners Guide To Puppy Training

Canine training is vital to your happiness, and the dog’s as well. By being trained, you and your dog can relate to each other and where the other one is coming from. Once he is trained, you will have less worry when you leave him home alone, have visitors or take him out in public. It might not have been an easy road, but you will soon know that the time you spent on training your dog will have been worth it.

“Leave it” is an important command to teach, starting when you bring your dog home. This command teaches them to cease chewing on furniture or items around the house and it keeps them safe from filthy or hazardous items outside.

When training your dog, use discretion and regard for your dog’s attention span. Your dog will get bored and antsy if you spend too much time on one thing. Limit the amount of time you train at first to less than 10 minutes.

If your dog is jumping on you, grab his paws with your hands and gently squeeze them to deter his behavior. If done lightly, it won’t hurt the dog, but it’ll make them uncomfortable. Eventually, they’ll quit jumping on other people because they’ll start associating jumping with this pinching.

Through dog training sessions, both you and your dog will learn about building rules for your relationship. In the same way that these rules are helpful to human relationships, you and your dog will be able to enjoy the time you spend together more after there’s an understanding about how to follow the rules. Remember to keep reinforcing what your dog has learned. Keep his memory crisp, and do not let any deviations from acceptable behavior slide through. Once your dog is able to understand the basics, you and your dog are limitless as to what tricks and behaviors can be achieved.

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