Every dog should have some point to ensure that they behave in ways that are beneficial to themselves and their family. This article is designed to get you started on training your puppy trained.
Once your dog seems to have acclimated to the crate itself, try quietly closing the door and offering him a biscuit through the wires. Start off with small periods, like at 10 seconds per approach, and gradually increase crate time. If your pet seems upset or agitated, slow the process.
Establish a quiet environment when you go into a room your dog is in. It is okay to have play time, but remember to stay relaxed.
Make sure that your dog stays awake and active often. Dogs can easily become bored easily. A bored dog without interest in what you’re doing is more difficult to train. Your dogs will be more quickly if you keep them well exercised. Go for long walks or runs with your dog on a regular basis.
Dogs can have a one-track mind and remain focused on one thing to the exclusion of all else. With enough training, your dog will begin to focus on you and the signals you are giving him instead of other distractions.
Keep in mind that puppies get larger as they age. Choose a crate that is sure to fit them suitably when he matures into an adult. Your dog should be able to easily turn around and turn.
Give your dog a clear verbal cue that tells them they’re doing the right thing.
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