How To Train Your Puppies In 10 Easy Steps


We all dream of raising the perfect dog. A pup who is a CGC (good canine citizen) and always reliable. If you put in the effort and care, dreams can come true. Remember that puppies learn from the first day and must be taught correct and incorrect behavior.

Like children, puppies require constant supervision and training. You don’t have to train a puppy. However, there are some simple rules you can follow.

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  1. You must keep your dog safe until he learns to trust you. If you can’t keep an eye on your pup, you should crate him. This will allow the puppy to settle down quickly. Schedules should include bathing, eating, rest periods, walking, play, training, and other activities. Dogs who have a full day of work are more likely to get bored than they are to be happy and get into trouble.
  2. Teach your pup to respect you. Dogs are social creatures and will instinctively follow their leader. Training will be easy if you clearly communicate your leadership style to your puppy. Then, they will follow your lead and not question your authority.
  3. Only use positive training methods. Do not shout at, hit, or punish dogs. This is cruel and can cause behavioral problems as well. The animal could be hurt by electric shocks, prong collars, or sprays.
  4. The best way to teach your pup is to show him that nothing in life is free. This will teach your dog that to receive love, a walk, and treats, he must be a good boy.
  5. From day one, teach the meaning of No. Encourage no jumping, tug-o’-war, barking, or other aggressive behaviors. Good behavior should be praised, and bad behavior should be ignored or walked away. Dogs will soon learn that they can lose their playmate/playmate if they misbehave.
  6. You can correct behavior by getting the dog to stop and startling him with a handful of pebbles. After catching the pup in the act, praise him and give him a treat. Sc scolding a puppy after an incident is impossible because they don’t remember what happened.
  7. Never use his name in negative ways. For example, do not say No Tom or Bad TOM. This will confuse the pup and cause him to think it’s something terrible. Instead, he must associate his name with happy things like cuddles, petting, treats, walks, etc. This will make him willing to come when you call his name.
  8. A training schedule should be short and straightforward, such as 10 minutes per day. Boring lessons will cause boredom in your dog and can lead to a loss of interest. Instead, use trick training to make learning fun.
  9. Bonding with your pup will make you both more comfortable and allow you to enjoy your lessons. Your dog should look forward to being with you, not run away or hide. Socialize your pup as soon as possible. Socialization is one of the most important lessons. The puppy must be able to interact with other animals, people, and vehicles. Introduce the puppy to daily activities and sounds slow when he’s young. Introduce him to other pets and children at the park.
  10. You will learn about leash walking, crate training, housebreaking, and how to train your dog for food. These are the kindergarten lessons every puppy must learn. This will help you to prepare your pup well.

There are many options for pet parents. You have two options: you can train your dog at home or enroll in a professional training school. There are many stages to training a dog: obedience training, obedience training, show and conformation, and other aspects such as therapy dogs and hearing dogs. The learning abilities and your dog’s ability to learn will determine the level of training you choose. Different dogs have different talents, just like people. You and your dog will have fun together if you choose well.

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