When is a good time to start puppy training?
If your like me, you start right away. Most of us start with basic potty training for
Once your puppy starts getting their adult teeth you can start some obedience
puppy training. Puppies start getting their adult teeth around four months of
From my own experience I have found that you can teach them far easier
at this age. They seem to understand what you want them to do. You
can hold their attention a little longer.
DogProblems.com has some good guides to
follow on puppy training
1. Prevent your puppy from picking up bad habits. – This means: Your puppy is like a baby. If you can’t keep one eye on your puppy at all times, then he needs to be in his play-pen or crate. I.E. Someplace where he cannot learn bad habits or get into trouble. Or put something in his mouth that he shouldn’t.
2. Expose your puppy to as many different environments and different types of stimulation as you possibly can. There is a tug-of-war between dog trainers and veterinarians: Dog trainers want you to take your puppy out into the world and expose him (within reason) to as many different things as possible. Make every new experience for your puppy a positive one, and a game.
Puppy Training Tips:
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