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Puppy Training Tips, Three Simple Ones

By Edited Jun 10, 2016 1 2

Would you love to have a really well-trained puppy? Do you wish that you could find out those little-known "insider" tips that will you get a well-behaved puppy easily?

Even if you've tried training your puppy in the past and haven't got the results you'd like, don't worry because the tips in this article will really help you with that.

You definitely can train your puppy easily and effectively given the information in this article. These three tips are simple, easy to use, and can really help you and your puppy, so let's begin.

Tip #1. How many times have you heard, "My puppy just won't listen to me", or "He just won't behave!". Puppies don't understand our English until we teach them.

One thing we all love about our puppy is the most is the way they focus all their attention on us. They study us and learn our body language, our facial expressions and tone of voice etc.

If we say, "Want to go out?" one day, "Have to go potty?" the next day, and, "Have to pee?" the next time, if they do figure out what we want it is only because we have moved toward the door with particular body-language!

If you want to speed up the puppy's learning three-fold, then teach him your language. Pick one command for each behavior and stick with that command.

Tip # 2. A puppy's metabolism is racing along much faster than we might think. The younger your puppy is, the faster he is developing , the more water and food he will need to fuel this rapid metabolism, and so the more often he has to go potty. Don't punish your puppy when he makes a house-breaking mistake, because these mistakes are really your fault.

Your puppy's breed age, and size determine how often he needs to go out. For a large 6-week old puppy, especially in the summertime, he might need to go out more than onece an hour. Anyway, dogs love the exciting smells outdoors, so there is no excuse not to have him housebroken by around seven or eight weeks of age.

Right after a nap, after he eats and after grooming are key times, and he will signal you clearly. If he was happily chewing a toy then suddenly gets up with his nose to the floor, move quickly! Every time he goes potty outside, praise him highly! "What a good boy!", "good dog" etc. Dogs love our positive tone-of-voice and happy facial expressions and, they will do anything to get our positive feedback.

Tip # 3. Dogs love our positive facial expressions and body language. Because of this, the worst punishment you will ever need to give to your dog is to turn away from him and scowl. You can see his tail drop and his face get sad. He will learn the lesson, guaranteed.

However his attention span is only a few minutes, so do not scorn him for longer than that. Give him your happy face again.

Physically punishing your puppy is never necessary. Use consistent commands and genuine positive praise and he will easily know what you want from him.

He will learn your body language and facial expressions in no time at all.

These three important tips, used consistently with confidence, will start him well on his way to becoming a well-behaved dog.

Would you love to have a really well-trained puppy? Do you wish that you could find out those little-known "insider" tips that will you get a well-behaved puppy easily?


Even if you've tried training your puppy in the past and haven't got the results you'd like, don't worry because the tips in this article will really help you with that.


You definitely can train your puppy easily and effectively given the information in this article. These three tips are simple, easy to use, and can really help you and your puppy, so let's begin.

Tip #1. How many times have you heard, "He just won't behave!", or "My puppy just won't listen to me" etc. Puppies won't understand our English until we teach them.

One thing we all love about our puppy is the most is the way they focus so much of their attention on us. They study us and learn our body language, our facial expressions and tone of voice etc.

If we say, "Want to go out?" one day, "Have to go potty?" the next time, and, "Have to pee?" the time after that, if they do figure out what we are trying to communicate it is only because we have moved toward the door with particular body-language!

If you want to speed up the puppy's learning three-fold, then teach him English. Pick one command for each behavior and stick with that command only.

Tip # 2. A puppy's metabolism is racing along much more rapidly than we might think. The younger your puppy is the faster he is developing, the more water and food he will need to fuel this rapid metabolism, and so the more often he has to go potty. Don't punish your puppy when he makes a house-breaking mistake, because these mistakes are really your fault rather than his.

Your puppy's breed, age, and size determine how often he needs to go out. For a large 6-week old puppy, especially in the summertime, he might need to go out more than once an hour.

After he eats, right after his nap, and after grooming are key times and he will signal you clearly. If he was happily chewing a toy then suddenly gets up with his nose to the floor, move quickly! Every time he goes potty outside, praise him highly! "What a good dog!", "good boy" etc. Dogs love our positive tone-of-voice and happy facial expressions and, they will do anything to get our positive feedback.

Tip # 3. . Because our dogs love our positive facial expressions and body language so much, the worst punishment you will ever need to give to your dog is to turn away from him and scowl. You can see his face get sad and tail drop. He will learn the lesson, definitely. However his attention span is only a few minutes, so do not scorn him for longer than that. Give him positive feedback again soon.

Physically punishing your puppy is never necessary. Use consistent commands and genuine positive praise and he will easily know what you want from him.

He will learn your body language and facial expressions in no time at all.

These three important tips, used consistently with confidence, will start him well on his way to becoming a well-behaved dog.

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Comments

Nov 9, 2010 6:12pm
dreamaker
Consistancy matters, good read.
Nov 9, 2010 11:40pm
Thomas-Goldman
Thanks very much, dreamaker!
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