How to train a puppy? This issue will inevitably arise almost immediately after the purchase of the dog. After all, it's nice to look at how a large well-bred dog proudly strides next to his beloved master and listens to all his teams. A man, whom the dog and pulls where she needs, looks pathetic. And sometimes his pet is dangerous for other people and animals. Therefore, education needs to be given a lot of attention and strength.
In general, the principles of training different breeds are very similar. Below we will give you a scheme that you can rely on by training your dog.
1. Upbringing of the puppy up to one and a half months. Such a small pet should play with the owner and other dogs. The more time he spends with other dogs, the better he will know the canine language, and in the future will correctly respond to other dogs. The game is useful for mental and physical development, for establishing relationships with other animals and with the host. Moreover, in the future, it can be used as a reward for any completed team.
2. How to train a puppy between the ages of 1.5 and 3 months? Now is the time to pay attention to the team "to me" and "side by side." To summon a pet, you must use his favorite toy or treat, and, of course, gratitude and affection. Good praise will consolidate the acquired knowledge and skills. In this case, you should not punish your dog, if she did something, and then came to you. Otherwise, he will think that the approach to the owner is a punishable affair. Even if the dog just came to you after a perfect fault, do not punish her!
Another very small puppy must be taught at home while he is in quarantine. It is in his home that he must first hear the command "fu". Do not hit a puppy with a fault. It will be enough to have a stern shout and a threatening look. You will also be useful to read a book on dog psychology.
Teach the puppy to bring you objects, play with it. This will be good not only for physical development, but also for the mental.
3. How to train a puppy over three months old? From now on you can
These are the basic principles of training. Remember that each dog needs an individual approach. But do not forget that each breed has a certain character. Before you train a Labrador or Risenschnauzer, be sure to read a couple of books about your dog's breed.