Dog Training Your Puppy
It's a serious matter with all dogs receiving dog training, but especially with young
puppies. They need lots of encouragement, praise and rewards (positive reinforcement).
Begin your dog training sessions as soon as your little puppy arrives at your home. It
truly is never too early to start. Set your dog up to succeed, concentrate on developing
desirable habits. Put your new friend on the the case path from the start, rather than
trying to correct established issue behaviors later on.
Keep your dog training sessions short, consistent and be certain to use repetition. The
key to shaping your puppy's behavior can be begin out with very simple dog training
commands. Then continue to develop on these successes and apply heaps of repetition.
Base your training sessions around trust and mutual respect rather than old school
methods based on punishment, avoidance and harsh corrections. In this type of
environment you will find that your puppy loves his dog training sessions. His/her
confidence will grow at an amazing pace and will improve with each and every dog
training session. Be certain to keep in mind that you are dealing with a rather immature
young dog, so be realistic, flexible, patient and be certain to be fair during the dog
Your puppy doesn't just automatically know this stuff, so be as patient as possible. Dog
training can be fun or a headache, its what you make it. Try new techniques and think
outside of the box for each dog training session. Your puppy will be more receptive if
he/she is having fun. He/she is bound to have the many slip ups. Mistakes will happen
along the way. Don't worry about these mistakes, just move on and do your very best to
prevent them in the future. Enjoy this fantastic time together with your dog training.
His/her puppy hood is the time where you'll lay the foundation for your dog's behavior
into adulthood. It could also be where you can develop, build and strengthen the special