A playful new puppy can bring much joy into your household. However, this joy can quickly turn into lots of frustration. Some owners regret getting a dog every time they have to clean up their messy house. You can relive the happiness you had when you first taught your new puppy to behave. In this article we will review some tricks of the trade for training your new best friends.
If you in the crate training phase of your training program, you can use a few techniques to speed it up. If the dog doesn’t want to get in the crate try putting a chew toy in it and close the gate when they’re not there. This will make the puppy want to be let inside the crate to get the bone. After they enter the crate, be sure to give them love and attention to let them know they did something to please you.
Timing is important when puppy training, so you should spend sufficient time training him but should not overdo it. Begin by implementing brief training sessions, then make each session progressively longer. See where your dog starts not paying attention to the training session.
Establish feeding habits for your dog. Train your dog to understand that you are going to remove their food bowl upon fifteen minutes of feeding them. This will establish a feeding schedule for your dog. This will ensure he eats it all quickly instead of doddling or grazing all day.
Establish a calm environment when you enter a room that your dog is in. Playtime with them is great, however, they must learn to be calm when you’re entering a room. Don’t acknowledge dogs the moment that you set foot in the house.
Dog training requires equal parts of patience, love, and dog treats. The tips we’ve gone over will set you and your new pup onto the path of a loving wonderful relationship for the years to come. It may not be an immediate change, but if you ensure consistency, you will achieve a home that is happier for everyone.