Puppy Training 101

            Bringing a new into your home can be an exciting experience, but also will inevitably provide many challenges for the new dog owner. are as law abiding as they are old. Puppies tend to compensate for their anything goes behavior with oodles of cuteness that results in the owners pandering to the pups, and thus not training them properly. Many will think they have the will power to withstand the cuddly cute that puppies are famous for, however few will succeed. The key to training puppies is to lay out several ground rules for you, and abide by them daily. This is why professionals often refer to puppy training, as in all truth being people training instead.


            Designate off limits zones in your home before, or during the beginning of dog ownership. Puppies tend to operate on a basis that allows them to go, sleep, and urinate wherever they please. Remember that typically mark their territory through urination. So the more you make your house feel like the puppies new home, the more the 's going to want to a in it. So the first step to avoid such a problem is creating off limit zones. Typically the easiest way to make this happen is close the doors to any and all rooms that are unavailable for the puppy to be in. Once you have created off limit zones for the dog it will limit your pee patrol to a few rooms, and once you get the dog trained to go outside you'll be in really good shape.


            Choose and portion wisely for your new . Dogs like to eat as much as they can, as often as they can for no particular reason. Be sure to make eating a in which you serve the dog the food, thus the dog understands who is in control of the food. Food can be your biggest weapon in training a dog.


            Fence in your yard if it's not fenced yet, this will be the easiest way to train your dog. With a securely fenced in yard dogs will have a controlled environment to play, go to the bathroom, and sit when they are not wanted inside. Without a fenced in yard dogs will be forced to abide by your walking rules, which can vary in time and duration, and often don't occur enough. Trust me, it's much easier to let a dog outside in the fenced in yard than to walk them 5 times a day.


            Take pride in your duty as a dog trainer. Don't be afraid to really get involved in training your dog, and becoming an interested participant in your dog's growth. As with most anything in life, the more you put into it, the more you will get out of it. This is key with training puppies, the dog will be very responsive to your efforts if you take pride in training it. As long as the dog sees you working as hard as it is on abiding by rules, and working towards a routine the easier it will be to train the puppy in the long run.


            Be sure to purchase a book on the breed of the puppy you have purchased. Breed books are typically right on target when discussing dog habits, issues, and personalities specific to the puppies particular breed. Owning a dog book will give you insight on how best to train your new puppy.

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