People have dogs for many reasons. Perhaps it was that irresistible puppy or the dog with lovable eyes! No matter what, a dog that is obedient is all the more enjoyable. But this takes some time to do! This article has tips to get that training!
Gradual increments are easiest on your dog when going through crate training. If your dog seems comfortable inside the crate when the door is open, shut it and feed them a treat. At first, leave the dog enclosed in the crate for only short periods of time, such as 10 seconds, and then gradually increase the duration. If they get upset, it’s too fast.
Create a calm environment whenever you enter the room the dog is in. Your pet needs play time (and you might too), but your pet needs to be calm when you step into rooms most of the time. When you ignore the dog on entry, they shouldn’t bother you about playing.
Stay very consistent and persistent when starting your crate training regimen. When you let the puppy out of his crate you must immediately and unfailingly allow him the opportunity to relieve himself. Eventually, your dog will wait until you let him out of his crate to relive himself.
You always want to make certain your dog has good leash manners. This is both for the dog’s safety and your own, as well.
Do not wear out your new puppy with an excessive training regiment. You need to keep your training sessions short so that your puppy pays attention. If you try to do too much too fast, he will associated it as a negative experience and will resist in the future.
So it is time for you now to begin training your dog. Hopefully you found the tips in this article able to help you with your dog training. Few things are more gratifying than a healthy relationship with your trained pet. Of course, training takes time. Once you have a calm, obedient dog, then it all becomes worth it. Use the tips that work best with your situation.