Puppy Training Tips

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Puppy Training Tips

By: Jolanda Leuschner

Puppy Training TipsAre you looking for puppy training tips? If this is the case you arrived at the right place. In this article I will give you several puppy training tips in a very simplistic, and easy to understand way. Puppy training tips are easy to research before you start training your puppy.

Okay, so you just got a new puppy and now it is in need of training. Of course the best thing to do is to start out with puppy potty training. Make this a bonding experience between your puppy and you. First you should know that puppies have the uncontrollable urge for frequent urination. Keeping this in mind it would be recommended to take your puppy for frequent walks around the block. While potty training your puppy, and your puppy urinates, you tell him how great he or she is for what was just done. Reward him or her with a soft voice, and a gentle petting over their back. You could even take a few dog training treats with you and reward with a favorite treat, as well as the soft voice and gentle petting over the back of your puppy.

Puppy training tips are also found in many books. You could find books in your local library on puppy training, at your local bookstore, or on Amazon. There are many different puppy training tips also available online ready for you to read. Adjust some of the tips to fit the needs of your puppy and you.Puppy Training Tips

Another thing to do is to ensure you will have a vet for your puppy. Your puppies health is important after all you are going to want for him or her to become a healthy adult dog. Puppies need regular health check ups, just like we do. Your vet will keep records of when your puppy had his or her last vaccinations and will notify you when it is time to come in for a next health check up. Always make sure to check with your vet before following anybody’s puppy training tips. Your vet will be able to assist you with any questions about your new puppy.
Some pet stores now allow you to take your puppy inside. This would be a great opportunity to purchase some puppy accessories. Puppies love toys and the pet store will have plenty of different choices. Colorful pulling ropes, balls, and beds for comfort the pet store offers everything you will need to accommodate your new puppy.

Obedience training starts early. If you stay actively involved with the changes your puppy is goingto undergo while growing up he or she will from the start be obedient. Calm and controlled voices with consistent commands will always keep your puppies attention.

Good luck with your new puppy, and hope these puppy training tips are helpful to you.

Jolanda Leuschner is a proud mother of 3 lovely sons and is the owner and founder of Best Daily Articles She invites writers,webmasters, readers and publishers to come and visit her site any time.

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Your puppy will benefit, and so will you!

2 thoughts on “Puppy Training Tips

  1. Gamuchirai

    Thank you very much for your mail. I learn something new everytime.

    I wanted to find out about giving dogs names.I have three puppies and when I call one, they all respond. How do I make them know their names?

    Thank You
    Gamu

  2. Brigitte Smith

    Hi Gamuchirai,

    Thanks for your feedback. I appreciate it.

    As for the puppies – I would suggest that you give separate time to each one – 5 to 10 minutes at a time is plenty – do this several times a day if you can.

    So take just one puppy, and talk to him/her, and put him/her a few feet away from you, and call them – “[name], come!”. Try to get him/her to sit, and while you do this, make sure you say “[name], sit!”, etc. Use that puppy’s name over and over again, repeatedly. They will learn their names this way, rather than be confused over who is who!

    Mind you, don’t be surprised if all the puppies continue to come sometimes, when you call one of them even after they know for sure what their name is. My dogs occasionally both come when I call one of them – not because they don’t know what their name is, but they think they might be missing out on something exciting!

    Regards,
    Brigitte

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