The A-Z Guide To Dog & Puppy Training

It's a big mistake to rely on food treats to train your puppy (or a dog of any age).
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Keep the obedience training sessions short and sweet. It is dull and boring to schedule tedious and lengthy training sessions. Instead, integrate training into your daily routine. Make obedience training interesting and meaningful to your dog. If Puppy insists on following you from room to room while you are getting ready for the day, then insist he have something to do too.

"Heel" from the bedroom to the bathroom. "Down-stay" while you're brushing your teeth. "Heel" from the bathroom to the kitchen. "Sit-stay" while grinding the coffee beans. "Go find the ball" while you get dressed. Now "go get the leash" so you can go for a walk. "Sit" when the door is opened, "sit" again when the door is closed. And so on. Be sure that obedience training infiltrates your dog's favorite activities and that your dog's favorite activities infiltrates training. Your dog's favorite activities should become training, so that training becomes the dog's favorite activity.
The A-Z Guide To Dog & Puppy Training
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Raising a puppy can be a wonderfully enjoyable, or horribly frustrating experience, depending on what you know. We believe that proper dog training information is so important that it should be freely available to all, with the hope that dogs (and their humans) will be happier and healthier because of it. This is why we have created the: The A-Z Guide To Dog & Puppy Training
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Barking is a perfectly natural canine behavior. Puppies bark, whine or howl for many different reasons. Barking can be a blessing as dogs will alert to sounds and movement we cannot detect. Barking can also be a puppy's cry for help! Here are some training tips to help you understand and also put limits on puppy barking.

Puppies need guidance in the form of puppy obedience training to learn good manners and develop a pleasant, obedient nature. While it's true that puppies receive much of their socialization from their mothers and littermates in the first 12 weeks of life, as your puppy's pack leader, you will pick up where mother dog left off as primary puppy trainer. Bark Busters trainers offer puppy training in your home, as well as . Crate training puppies, house training puppies, and leash training puppies are primary areas in which your puppy will begin his education to become a good canine citizen.Submissive urination is a normal way for your puppy to demonstrate submissive behavior. Even a dog that is otherwise housetrained may leave dribbles and puddles of urine at your feet when greeting you. Excitement urination with a puppy is usually caused by lack of bladder control. The puppy is not aware that he is urinating; he's just excited and any punishment will only confuse him.

As the dog gets older, he will challenge you more and try to get away with a few bad habits. These can be nipped in the bud by combining puppy school with Bark Busters home dog training.The primary purpose of puppy school is socialization at an early age with other dogs and other people to introduce good leash control without stress. Puppy obedience training also familiarizes your dog with commands and correct puppy behavior that will make both your lives more enjoyable.Don’t delay! Start now to raise a healthy, happy adult dog. Your puppy’s socialization window starts to close at 16 weeks. Before then, your puppy must be positively introduced to all manner of people, dogs, sounds, textures, sights, and situations—not to mention get a foundation in house-training, crate training, bite inhibition, and manners.