Five Tips for Training Your Puppy the Right Way?

Whether you are going to train your puppy yourself or hire some private professional to do it, it has to be in the right way. They may not be as human beings but trust this, once you mess with them regarding proper disciplines and manners when they are small, expect a hell of problems once they grow older.

You do not want to have the puppy and then later on after say few months or a year you start regretting why it was not a pet cat instead.

It is important to note that the type and his or her lifespan before adopting or buying her will profoundly determine how hard or easy it is going to be to train him/her fully. You realize that in most cases, a spayed dogs are very docile, quiet and easy to manage.

They are open to learning and less aggressive compared to not spayed youngsters. In many cases, you really will need to hire a dog trainer for this, in many times an average person will terribly fail from their first trial.​

Five Puppy Training Tips

To help you raise and train your dog the right way below is a compiled list of few tips that may help you out. Note that this is not specifically for non-professionals, everyone is open to learning and improve where he or she may not have been doing it the right way.

Carefully and wisely choose your dog's name: First things first, we mostly give our children names that we love, in some traditions, one will get judged by their names even when it has nothing to do with their personality.

Your dog will come to realize that "stupid" means a fool person or something like that, so once you call him "Silly" which to you may refer to a particular cute name, she will then later confuse it with "silly."

You first have to love the name; then it has to be a strong one which ends with a powerful consonant, e.g., Jack, Jasper or anything like that.

You need a name that can wake him or her up when sleeping, some names like Tom, Joel, etc. are so silent that even humans have to like increase the sound to make them hear that it is them you are calling. You need that name with a strong, dominant emphasis at the end.​

In the case where you are hiring an older dog, they will probably have a name for him; it may not suit your liking because maybe he was in some abusive environment, which needs to change to something that gives him an idea of a fresh air environment.

Dogs are very adaptable, within weeks, he can completely forget his old name and accept the new one. All he/she wants is to be called with their new names consistently.

Your Dogs Private Den: As earlier as possible, your new Puppy or dog has to know his room. This will always be the place he or she goes to rest, the place he knows that it's his or hers and no one else. Every time he successfully remains calm and quiet for a while.

Learns to reward him or her for that, not any puppy or dog does that on many occasions. This is the place he or she will be going to when alone at home, offer his or her meals and for the search of comfort and safety.

Have a House Set Rules: Discipline comes first, and he/she has to know that, it always does not have to be trained aggressively, dogs learn very first once corrected instantly.

Before he or she is even there, plan and set straight rules on where he or she should go and where he or she should not go, whether your dog or puppy will have their seat at the dining table, whether he or she is allowed to sleep or lay on the couch in your setting room or your bed. These are some of the things you need to have addressed as earlier as possible.

Teaching him/her To Respond Once Called: It is vital to make him/her know how important responding once called is, "Come here Jack" "Hello, Come On Jack" should be very clear and easily and positively responded by your dog. The only problem will be calling him for no reason at all or for the reason that will not interest or be of importance to either party. Very critical to note is always to reward him when he is doing well, caution him when he is not on a light note.

Dog Time: There are very few pets with such a forgetful minds like dogs have, they will do one thing now and completely forget that they did in the next minute. Like said earlier, consistency and applying correction measures as quickly as possible after the mistake will determine how fast he will grasp what he is corrected for and not forget it.

Your training technique on how to make him understand and associate the behavior and the correction is the key point​.

Those are essential tips that can help you train your dog successfully and have them behaving and doing what is required of them. Failure to training your puppy the right way, you will have so much stuff which will be of adverse effects, and in many cases, it will be an embarrassment and disappointment to you and the family.


Finally, check your training method have a unique way to start your daily exercise routine and an awesome way of concluding it. Make sure that he eagerly awaits its nest training sessions with excitement.

Has your dog trained on manners and discipline, not to bite ad most of all to be friendly with everyone including family members and friends? He should behave not only in front of you but everyone who visits and those he will come in contact with whether within the house or outside at the fields.

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Mary Ann

Mary Ann is a Pet Care consultant from Pleasant, SC. She is very much passionate writing on pets especially the dog, cat and much more!

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