Way to go! What will the next step be? Investing the time in proper training will help you and your dog forge a much better relationship. These suggestions will help you in your pet training efforts.
Crate training your new puppy is most effective when you take small steps. Eventually they will become comfortable with the crate and you can then try to shut the door to the crate. When they allow the door to shut you can give them a treat through the wiring. At first, only close the gate for a short time, then gradually extend the time as your dog becomes more comfortable. If the dog becomes overwhelmed, it means that you are moving too quickly for them.
When correcting your dog verbally, use sharp, short, concise commands. Avoid launching a lengthy tirade against your pet and his naughty behavior. Just say no and show them the behavior you expect. Be sure your command tone of voice gets their attention and shows that you’re serious.
Set a schedule and routine for feeding your dog from the very beginning of your relationship. Teaching your dog to realize that when you place its food bowl down, it will be removed within 10-15 minutes, will help it understand that there is a feeding schedule to stick to. Your dog will learn to eat in a few minutes instead of going back to the food bowl all day long.
Make sure that you use control to reward your dog’s good training behavior. If your dog is responding to your commands and is not overly excited, give him a treat. You might be thrilled with that accomplishment, when you are excited, they becomes excited and that cuts down the control in the situation. Remain calm, expect them to be calm, and then award them when appropriate.
You have to be consistent with the crate training of your new puppy. When the dog is let out of the crate, it is necessary to give him a chance to relive himself right away. As you continue this training, your pet will begin to wait until he gets to the appropriate location to relieve himself.
You can train a pooch to roll over fairly quickly if you have some treats to hand out. First, have your pet to lay down. Hold a treat between your forefingers near the left side of your dog’s head, and then slowly pass the treat in front of his face and to the opposite side. He will probably follow the treat, rolling side to side as it moves. As he rolls over say out loud, “roll over.” Repeat this until he rolls over with the command alone. Put your frustration aside and he’ll be performing this trick all over the place in no time.
Dogs that are well trained are normally happy. Using the ideas presented here, you have what you need to start today with training your dog.
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