Bringing a new puppy home is a time of excitement and joy.The following few weeks can be frustrating.You may start to wonder why you are picking up after another mess your dog made. You can regain that joy you felt at the beginning by teaching your new dog how to behave. The following article will offer many tips to aid you how.
It takes many repetitions before a dog to learn new command. It’s very common to repeat a command in order for your pup to fully understand it.
The first rule of thumb with puppies and house training is to remember: what you feed them will pass. Feed your puppy three times daily at the same hour. This will get your puppy out and lessen the chance of accidents.
Pick a recognizable phrase you will say to your new puppy the whole time you are working on house training. When you are outside with the puppy, say “go potty” to them so they will eventually associate the phrase with going to the bathroom outside.
When you approach a strange dog, be sure to approach slowly and offer the dog the back of your hand to sniff. This allows the dog the opportunity to recognize your scent and start to trust you.
Your dog needs an hour or more of exercise every day. A dog that gets to exercise is happier and more responsive.
Always call your dog’s attention the same way. Start your commands by using his name. Get is attention by using its name and make it follow that with what you want it to do.Dogs will respond instantly when their name immediately and know you intend for them to pay attention.
The first thing you should do when training a puppy is to make sure he knows his name. Use their name often, and train him to come to you when called. These are the primary words your new puppy needs to learn. Spend a lot of time with your new puppy, and building a loving relationship with him so he knows who to trust. This will make it easier to train him easier to train later.
Try to keep accidents at a minimum when toilet training your dog without there being any accidents. Watch your dog and recognize the signs that they need to go outside. Do not hesitate if you see your dog do that.Grab his leash and bring him to the spot where he can safely eliminate. Reward your dog for using the bathroom outdoors.
Continue training throughout its life to make sure that its good behavior persists.You should not have to stop training them as a puppy. If you provide positive reinforcement for desirable behaviors, your dog will continue to be obedient, and by continuing to discipline your dog, you will prevent negative behaviors from appearing.
Do not give your dog by being mindful of just how many treats; you could make him gain some weight when you offer an excessive number as rewards.
Don’t reward or bad behavior because you want to put a stop to it. This will teach your pet that it could do whatever it is that it wants and what power it has over you. An example of this would be to give the dog a treat ever time it starts to bark.
You should never spend more than a few minutes training session pretty short. Training for more than fifteen minutes at a time to help ensure success.
Stop your pup from chewing on something inappropriate immediately if you catch him in the act.
Consistency is imperative when training your dog. Consistency must be used in the wording of the commands you use with your dog, but voice tone and the rewards provided for a particular behavior.
Puppy training requires equal parts of patience, love, and dog treats. The advice provided above will help you get on the right track towards having a solid relationship with your dog for many years. Success won’t happen right away, but if you are consistent, it will happen.