There is a good chance you have already named your puppy. If not, now is a great time because your puppy’s name is very important in many ways. Your puppy's name could even save his life one day. In this article i will give you some tips to getting your puppy to learn his name.
Coaching a puppy that spends time home alone could prove to be a challenge, but it’s not impossible. The best thing to do is to start training right away.
Every interaction with your puppy is a training opportunity. Training a puppy when you first bring them home is critical. It is obvious that you need certain items such as a dog bed, crate, food and water bowls, puppy chow, collar, leash, toys, etc. Equally as important, all family members must decide on routine, responsibility and rules.
Once you have chosen a name for your puppy, you need to teach him what it is. Your objective is to teach him that when his name is called, you are requesting his full attention and to look directly at you.
Puppies are capable of learning simple commands from a very young age. Don’t try to give your puppy a meaningful training session if he is highly excited, occupied with exploring, or tired. You need his complete attention. Otherwise you’re wasting both your time and his. You can build up to training sessions in more distracting
Dog training is a necessity, and it especially helps if you do it when they are young. it is very important to teach puppy commands in their first year; it will form good habits that will come in handy with basic dog care, and keep the both of you out of trouble! Here are a
Puppies are a ball full of energy jumping on furniture and people everywhere they go. Unfortunately, this causes a nuisance to visitors and destroys furniture. Here are some tips to teach your puppy how not to jump on furniture…or people. What to Do When Someone Enters Does your puppy jump on visitors upon arrival? It
Teach Your Dog the Commands “In” and “Out” When it is time to bathe your dog, whether it is with a groomer or yourself, it helps to teach your pup how to get in and out of the tub. It will save you time and energy in the end. This is an outline of an
Bringing Home Your New Puppy Bringing home a puppy is an exciting time in one’s life. The puppy is full of energy, running around, and adorable. It is impossible not to love those first moments. But as soon as the puppy starts chewing up the shoes, furniture, and household items, then it is difficult to