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When we bring our pet home and enjoy the joy our puppies bring to us, we must consider one problem: how should I train my baby? Here we provide some heartfelt advice to help you and your pet lead to a better life.
Although puppies are very cute, if you don't get good training and guidance for them, you may get into trouble in the future. You may encounter some of the following troubles:
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If you don't want to run into these problems, then you must start training when the pet is small.
Because of the different breeds of dogs, the speed at which puppies receive training content may also vary. For getting rid of the possibility of losing patience, you must have a few points keeping in mind:
Although the training process will be very hard, but think of these key points, you will stick to it. And when the puppy learns the skills, you will definitely enjoy the joy with your baby.
Let the dog learn to get along with other dogs and people. The purpose is to keep the dog in a peaceful state when walking, traveling or having guests coming to the house.
The trick to education of getting along is to let the dog get along with other dogs and people with the owner's companionship. When the dog is performing well, give the snack reward. In addition, be sure to use a leash when learning to get along.
Let the dog understand the most basic instructions and obey. The real purpose of teaching dog orders is to stop dogs when they do dangerous things to prevent dogs or others from being hurt.
The process of instruction training is a cycle of "Publish -> Obey -> Reward". It should be noted that snacks as rewards should not be too large.
Watch me - attract the attention of the dog, then issue other instructions;
Sit - let the dog sit down;
Down - let the dog kneel down;
Stay - keep the dog in one place;
Stop - let the dog stop the current action immediately;
Come - let the dog come to the owner immediately;
Leave it – when the dog is close to the dirty things, let the dog leave quickly;
Drop it – when the dog is licking something that can't be eaten, let the dog spit it out.
Imagine if the dog had mastered these instructions, especially the last four, how much would it help the safety and health of him.
Let the dog learn a higher order of action than the basic instructions. The goal is to make the dog and the owner live better and enhance each other's happiness.
This type of action is very practical. For example, when walking, say "Heel~", the dog will automatically follow the owner's foot, and when the owner stops, the dog stops; for example, when going to sleep at night, say "On Your Bed~", the dog will take the initiative to go back to sleep in the nest. Both command obedience and practical action have a flaw, that is, after the dog obeys the instruction, the owner should immediately give a reward to establish mutual trust.
If you are lucky enough to get your pets’ companionship, treat them like family members, cherish them as much as cherishing priceless treasures, respect them as much as respecting life, this attitude can outweigh all methods.