Dog Training can be a challenge for even experienced pet owners. If you have a new dog, puppy or otherwise, you can use these tips to get a solid start to training and start building a lasting relationship. By following the advice in these tips you and your dog will learn to understand each other in a way that will allow you to communicate for years and years. So whether you want to teach your dog some clever tricks or you just want to make sure that they are obedient and will listen to you in public these tips will get you started on the right foot. Tested tips from the experts
by Justin Brown
Bonus Tips: House Training
- Experts recommend to start between 12 and 16 weeks old, with puppies. Don’t get discouraged if you have an older Fur pal!!
- Starting out try and limit your dog/puppy to a small area whether a crate or a room.
- Feed your dog on a schedule and keep to it.
- Always take your dog out first thing in the morning, and at 30 minute to 1 hour intervals when you start training them. And always take them out after meals and naps, as well as before bed.
- Stay with them outside during training and provide praise and treats when they go outside.
- As your dog learns you may notice the start telling you they need to go out look for; whining, circling, sniffing or barking these are signs they may need to relieve themselves.
- Do not punish them if they have an accident inside, and expect them to have set backs until they are a year old.
- If you catch them in the act get there attention and either pick them up or guide them outside and when they finish provide love and praise.
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