Teach Puppy To Sit And Stay

The new owner of every little puppy should devote the first few weeks it is with them to certain basic puppy training tasks.

Training the puppy when it is very young is very important. This article will deal with the two basic verbal commands SIT and and Crate training.

It is also very important that all to be dog owners equip themselves with this knowledge on basic puppy training BEFORE they go out and buy or adopt their new puppy. Every new owner must have a fairly good idea on how to train his puppy during its first few weeks with them and be confident about how to do it.

learn fast. Puppies are keen, attentive and very sensitive. Some breeds better than the other, but all puppies would pick up habits and form as they grow older.

While have certain traits peculiar to their breed, they learn most everything else. Their habits and behaviour patterns are formed as they grow. These habits and behaviour patterns are influenced by their surroundings, and the way they are treated.

It is because of this we must make sure they learn the right things from the start, if we don't we may be in for rude shocks as the puppy grows older forming bad habits and developing problematic behaviour patterns in the process.

The most beneficial training a puppy can get in its formative years is crate training. The benfits of crate training cannot be underestimated. It is instrumental in helping your dog form good habits.

Some of us humans may feel that confining a little puppy in a small cage like box is like imprisoning it, and if you feel that way you are wrong.

The very first benefit of crate training is that the puppy gets to feel secure and safe from outside harm.

It gets the feeling of ownership because it will automatically collect all its toys and stores it in its crate. It tells the puppy that he has its own place.

It helps us teach the puppy that he just cannot pee anywhere and every where when inside the house, and the final benefit of proper crate training is we have an easy way of taking the puppy with us if we are the type that travel a lot and are on the road quite often.

Puppies love to jump up onto anything and everything. Puppies love jumping up onto people they see for the first time, or see after an absence of time. We must control this urge in the dog. The best way to do that is with the two verbal commands ‘SIT' and ‘STAY'

Teaching the puppy to sit and remain where he is seated is a very import aspect of basic puppy training.  We must get the puppy to understand those two commands and obey them, because if we don't we will have a grown dog that jumps up at people, which can be rather problematic, especially if a person is scared of dogs.

Another important benefit of enforcing the SIT and STAY commands is they can be associated with training the dog not to bark unnecessarily, and further advanced training as it grows into a full grown dog.

For more tips on basic puppy training, please visit www.basicpuppytraining.net

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