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postheadericon I must have been asked this very simple question more times than i care to remember so lets cut to the chase

I must have been asked this very simple question more times than I care to remember so lets cut to the chase.

In this example we will use reward based training for your puppy.

These techniques will also work with an adult dog.

  • Start the training as SOON as you have bought your puppy do NOT leave it a few days and then start training.
  • Remember that a puppy will have zero attention span – One minute he will be giving you those puppy dog eyes gazing at you lovingly and next he will be attacking your shoes.
  • Be patient – he’s just a baby.
  • If you are working with an adult or older puppy/dog – remember you may be dealing with years of bad habits, and will take time to unlearn or undo these habits. Be patient while he learns your new rules.
  • You may find the initial training a bit tedious – but stick with it.

 Ok lets get the environment ready for the training process – SUPERVISION

  • You are in charge – so get the environment right – this will tell your puppy/dog who’s in charge and set the right tone. You don’t want him to have the chance to practice behavior you don’t want.
  • If your puppy/dog never has the chance to eliminate inside you are creating a positive, consistent education environment.
  • He will get into the habit of going outside to eliminate and you will reward him every-time.
  • You have created the environment so it;s up to you to make sure that he never has the chance to eliminate in the House/environment.
  • To prevent accidents – you need to watch him like a hawk – If you have a toy breed it won’t take a second for him to pee – so I mean it watch him like a hawk.
  • For every accident that your puppy/dog has inside he is practicing behavior that YOU don’t want – and you are both taking a step backwards.
  • Even a few seconds without supervision could set back the training process- I know it sounds daunting but it will work.
  • Once you have created your environment, it will become a habit for you to watch your dog and manage the environment.
  • You will be learning the routine together

In part two I will go further into the puppy training process and will introduce the crate.

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