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Puppy Training Techniques

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Tips For Puppy Training

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Learning the most effective Puppy Training Techniques is very important for any pet owner. Getting a new puppy can be very exciting for the whole family, but if you have never had a puppy before, you will know that they tend to chew everything in the house which can include your sofa, bed linen, clothes and also your shoes.

Training your puppy the first time you bring it home is crucial if you want a well behaved dog. Praising your puppy often can help with training and you may need to do it a few times, which is why it is important to be persistent when training your puppy.

Never bring fear or anxiety towards your puppy as this could cause a lot more problems in the future and also when training your puppy. A pat on the head when he/she does something right, giving them a treat or a praise is the best way for your puppy to learn.

As mentioned above, being consistent in your training is vital to help your dog learn, earn your trust and also be comfortable in your home. Once you let them know that you are the boss, you will find it a lot easier to train your puppy.

An effective puppy training tip is to train them outside and let your puppy socialize with other dogs. This should be done for the first 2 or 3 weeks. By doing this , you will find your puppy will be comfortable in many environments not just your home. Getting other members of the family to train your new puppy is also important and this can speed up the training process.

When training your puppy for the first time, try not to take more than 10 minutes as puppies tend to lose interest. After a few training sessions, you can start to increase the time per training period. Also try to find a quiet place to train your dog.

When offering rewards to your puppy, do not only reward them with food, you can also praise them by playing a game. It is also important that you do not over reward your new puppy as they could lose interest and also fill them up too quickly.

Here are a few puppy training techniques that you can follow to help your dog learn:

Come: Get your dog in a stay position and walk a few meters away from your puppy. Make sure you keep eye contact and say "come" in a excited but calm voice. You may want to open your arms in the air, to help with this command. After your puppy completes this task, quickly reward them.

Sit: Take a treat in your hand and try and let the puppy focus on the treat. While your puppy is focused on the treat, start to say "sit" and move the treat in your hand slowly to the puppies nose and over towards your dog's head. You may have to do this a few times, but when this command has been accomplished, give them a treat and praise.

Stay: This command is one of the most important as it could be the difference between life or death in most cases. Get your puppy in the sit position, and take a small step back saying "stay". You can also put your hand out which may help complete this task. You can then offer them a reward and praise. You can then start to increase the distance of you and your dog and remember consistency is the key.

Walk: Taking your dog for a walk daily will help prevent your puppy from getting bored and suffer from anxiety issues. The best place to do this type of puppy training is in your backyard. Get your dog in the sit position and put a dog lead on the collar, make sure to praise your puppy once this has been done. Walk forward and say "heel".

By following a few of these puppy training techniques, you will find that your new puppy will be well behaved, happy and also will feel more secure in the family home.


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