Puppy Dog Training- A Time Table For Companionship
Puppy dog obedience training is as easy as 1,2,3. But if you don’t know what you are doing it will seem very difficult in the beginning. This article will provide you with professional training tips that you should utilize when considering bringing a new puppy dog into your home, so pay attention.
1) You have to establish yourself as leader of the pack or also known as alpha dog. If this is not done than your new companion will think he/she is boss. This step should be done rather quickly, because it won’t take your new arrival long to think they can be boss.
2) Be patient, persistent and repetitive. Use a firm steady voice and stay calm. Try training your new friend in 10-15 minute sessions 5-6 times a day. Be in tune with your dogs mood this will make training easier for both you and your new best friend. Don’t expect your puppy to learn everything in one day.
3) Positively reinforce by giving a treat for good behavior. Also correct bad behavior while it happens not after. Let your new puppy know that you are in control of the things they value most like their toys and treats.
There is no other situation where patience with your puppy will be as important as the first several weeks in your home. Proper dog training will take time, will take obedience, and a lot of care. So be sure if you are going to train a puppy dog you know what you are doing.