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3 Things to remember when training puppies

There are as many ways to raise puppies as there are ways to raise children. Generally, every family has away! But most of us agree that when it comes to children, certain things are universal and indisputable. However, when it comes to raising dogs, many people never think of these three things.

  1. Before we teach dogs, dogs can’t listen to English.
    One of the things we all love about puppies is the way they live for us, the way they focus all our attention on us, our life becomes their way. In the beginning, they learn us to learn body language, facial expressions, and language. Before we taught them English, they had only these. If we say, “Want to go out?” One day, “Are you going to the potty?” The next day, “Hafta urinate? “
  2. The metabolism of puppies is faster than we thought.
    The younger your puppy is, the faster it grows, the more food and water he needs to promote metabolism, and the more time he has to poop. Don’t punish him when he makes a mistake of breaking into the house. These are your faults. Your puppy’s age (several weeks) and breed size determine how often he must go out. For large 6-week-old puppies, the frequency once per hour is not very high, especially in summer. The dog likes the exciting smell of the outdoors, so there is no reason not to let him be broken at home when he is 7-8 weeks old. After siesta, after eating and after refreshing is the crucial moment, he will send you a signal. If he chews the toy happily and his nose suddenly rises to the floor, go away! Every time he goes out of the potty, he must praise him to the sky! “What a good BOYY!”, “Good to go to the toilet!” And so on. Dogs like our smiling faces and they will do their best.
  3. Dogs live for our body language & facial expressions.
    Therefore, the severest punishment you have to give the dog is to frown and turn away from him. You will see his tail fall off, and his face becomes sad. I promise he will take this class. But his attention span is only 3-5 minutes, so don’t look down on him anymore. Love him and give him a happy face again. There is never a need for physical punishment. Using consistent commands and warm compliments, he will know what you want him before knowing. He will soon become your master of body language and facial expressions.

Naturally, there are many ways to train your puppy well. The kind-hearted puppies are as good for children as they are for children, creating a happy, well-adjusted, and obedient dog. Using these three important tips consistently and confidently will get him started smoothly.


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