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1 how to train a puppy dog on Wed Sep 19, 2012 4:47 pm


One. Do not encourage your puppy to bite hard. All puppies bite and it should be cnsiderado behavior normal and a joke of them. Your job is to teach that the human skin is fragile and that bite should not be more than a slight thrust of his teeth. If
you do this job right, when the dog wants to bite because of fear or
pain, it is very likely that he only scratch - unlike a dog who was not
educated at this point.


Learn the reaction of your puppy. If your puppy growls or bites, this is his way to say that is not happy or comfortable with what you're doing. Do not fall into the trap of trying to control the situation being aggressive. Instead, remove any confrontational situation, at this point you probably have to accept and retreat. In
the future, do not put him in situations that feel they need to growl
instead learn what these situations can be, avoid them when possible
and when it is not practical or safe, teach the puppy to associate it
to a nice reward. If
you try to punish a dog for growling, all you can get and remove the
growl, for example, to warn him that he is feeling cornered .. Although the growl has stopped, it will continue feeling cornered and depart for the bite. This is why sometimes the dogs seem to bite without warning.



Give and get respect. Much is said about it, that a dog should respect and obey their owner, but that respect must be earned. You can not, and should not, treat your dog with submission, you will not earn your respect beating him. You only win your fear.

* Keep your rules and limits consistent all the time, if he can not go on the couch, then you can never go on the couch. If
he can go on the couch but must leave when you say "down", then he
should leave as soon as you say the word of command, and not after
repeated five times and pull him by the collar. Say
things actually give him motivation to fulfill orders (snacks, rewards)
to prevent the wrong things (and prevent, as they say, is better than
cure), be firm and be fair. Your dog will feel confident and secure, and know exactly what to expect from you, and respect. You are looking for a more or less between 'team leader / team member' and 'friends'. You're the guy with the big brain, then use. If
you think a particular method is a good idea, put yourself in the place
of 'team member' and see if it still sounds good viewing angle it. If you do not look, choose a different method.



Dogs are dogs. Accept it, understand it. They are not human beings, children, cuddly toys, they are dogs. That means they have needs and desires and urgÇencias, and to have a harmonious life, you must meet all of it.

Take into account the work that your dog is prone to do - have a Border
Collie when you have four children under 5 years of age is a bad idea. The
Border Collies are prone to react to objects small and fast, they have
the inherent desire to keep these 'objects' (sheep, ducks, their
children) in one place, or guide them giving small moridas heels. They
are incredibly responsive and fictitious environments as described
above, they will go crazy, obsessively biting children and herding them
unless you're looking for an activity to replace 5 or 6 hours herding
sheep on a mountain.

the breeds of dogs to find a right for you, there are many available,
is almost certezxa that there is a perfect race for everyone.



Give "toys" to the puppy and he will leave his things alone. Put the toys in a box and put their own "toys" away where he can not find them. Choose
a range of toys, some requiring only a puppy (plush filled with snacks,
brinauedos that make noise when he bites, bones, etc..) And some that
require your interaction, such as balls and ropes to play tug of war.

* When you already played quite a thing, extend your hand and say "Enough", turn around and leave. The puppy will soon learn what "Enough".

* If he catches something of yours, and replace distracted by one of his toys.

* Never make a scandal or run behind him. Otherwise, he will soon learn that their causes get something a good joke.



Watch your children and your pets. Children and pets seem something fun, but the reality is a little nightmare. Children move quickly, are noisy, unpredictable and often assemeham the puppies / dogs. The
interaction between them should always be supervised, the playfulness
of kittens can go too far, children can become irritated and
accidentally (or on purpose) hurt the puppies, and the puppies' teeth
are very sharp. The
only solution is to never leave your child alone with the puppy, since
puppies, like children, love to play and their games are extremely
strong and estabanadas.



Do not take both at the same time. Two puppies? No. Never take two cubs together, especially two in the same race.

* As puppies, they can get so close to not give attention to you, which leaves a lot harder to educate them.

* As adducts, they can seriously fight and in the case of females, can even reach the point of kill one another. Stay
with just a pup, leave it in a well-trained and appropriate age (at
least 18 months older than that for large breeds) consider taking the
next puppy. Even so, avoid picking the same race, try to find a breed that fits or at least take another gender (male / female).

It is often tempting to think that one is left with two cubs company to
another while you are at work, but it is not a good plan. As
previously mentioned, one will be connected to each other and will be
difficult to teach them to respond to you both, and to interact with
other dogs. Imagine two small twins alone for 8 hours a day!



Rabbits need to be protected tambpem

puppies should be taught to at least tolerate and ignore pets from
other family members, although common sense tells you to never leave
them alone. Teach
your puppy that you are more interesting than the cat / hamster /
rabbit and never give you the opportunity to pursue or attack other



If you have small children, they must be taught how to handle the puppy from the start. They should understand that the dog is not a toy and it should never be tormented or teased, even accidentally.




To train a puppy in the house, never give you the opportunity to make the needs inside her. If
you can do it for only a few weeks, and take him out every hour or
after a meal, take a walk, do training sessions, play sessions and nap
schedules, rewarding him when he does extremely well needs out there, you quickly have a very well trained dog indoors. Punishing a dog for doing dirt in the house is a meth nothing efficient. They will learn everything you post, the less that 'there is to do in the house.' Instead
they will understand "do not do in front of me or I will punish you",
which will lead to the behavior and try to hide it by eating the feces.



more formal training, basic commands such as sit, stay, lie down,
etc.., Can be taught using food as a reward and signs. It's pretty easy and avoids confusion. Always
encourage the position you want (to sit, show a snack and then move
your hand and snack for the back of his head, forcing him to sit down
so you can see your hand, and immediately give the treat, when it is getting the idea, add the command 'sit'), then take the payoff and then enter the command. Another
great method is training with clicks, where a clicking sound marks the
exact behavior you want, and the dog says "yes, this is corretoe you
will be rewarded." This
is great in many ways, one is that the click sound is always the same,
contrary to his voice, which show fatigue, anger, frustration, etc.. Another
positive aspect is that it is much faster to click and give the treat
than expected to give the snack at the exact moment that the dog does
what you want.




Close to food, you should make sure your dog is in Feiz having you around. You may have times when you need to get something out of it, since children can give him to eat something they should not.

* To have a dog that remains happy and friendly when people are near his food, you should:

o Never steal his food.

o Never hit or yell at him (even if he growls). Instead, make him associate humans + his food = more food. Give food on hand, hand on cooque potinho him while he eats.



Watch him in power. Pay attention to Their Diet. Dogs are primarily carnivorous animals, their diet is meat and fat (although some small breeds also eat insects).

* Dogs have a unique digestive system; puppies are born without the enzyme necessary for digestion. So the mother regorgita food for the pups. The food regorgitada possesses the necessary bacteria with which puppies should fill their stomachs.

Many dog ​​owners see their mother puking but prevents the chicks eat,
since for them it is disgusting, but if you do not leave the pups to
feed this food regorgitada, they will never develop the enzymes, not
being able to digest their own food properly!

If your puppy shows a great interest in the feces of other animals or
tries to eat grass, you should take that as a sign of lack of digestive
enzymes, and that he is looking for them in feces and grass. Because
dogs are carnivores, they lack the enzymes needed to digest plant
foods: they get through the partially digested food in the stomach and
entrails of their prey. These enzymes are expelled immediately after the plant pass through the digestive system.

* The best diets for dogs contains high levels of starch and vegetables. They
are formulated by veterinarians who know of canine nutrition and are
employees of food companies to ensure that the food will not kill the

* Many people also think that "if it's good for me is good for my dog." Not! Just
as you would not think of eating the stomach contents of a herbivore,
and just as you would not allow your children to eat the feces of other
animals, do not expect your dog grow strong and healthy eating what you



A big dog will have reached its full size at two years old, but will continue to nurture for another year. Do not try to make a dog fat immature, he should gain weight in due time; overweight early can cause joint problems.

* Take a good brand of food or natural food, but never give excess food. The dog stay slightly below the ideal weight is better for your health than being slightly overweight. Never
feed your dog freely, as this may cause a variety of situations, such
as the fact that he was hiding food, save food or getting too picky. This will also prevent problems like not knowing how much he ate and when was the last time. Instead, offer two meals a day and take just 10 minutes to eat it. If he does not eat at this time, remove the food. Behaviors such as this ensure that he eats on time, which is much healthier for digestion. Dogs should not always feel satisfied. If
you do, however, make sure to give him a diet of excellent quality, and
know that the price you pay for food is not the best indicator of
quality that exists. Make sure your dog has clean drinking water at all times.

* Choose toys that your dog will like, regardless of how attractive you think. Vary the textures of the same toy is good, and toys that are designed to pull or to fill with food also are successful. Avoid
toys that can cause injury, as kindling that can scratch and cooked
bones that can break and puncture the intestines and stomach.

* Use your voice to tell him how you feel. A
serious voice when you want him to stop what you are doing, a firm
voice when training him, make it a game and you will have more income
than be fighting with him all the time. A happy voice and a quiet tone when he does what you want. Whistle when you want it to come. The whistle has a range far greater than a calling.

Research your breeds that you like before you buy, otherwise you could
end up realizing that even though your dog be beautiful, their needs
can not be met at home. Small
dogs require more physical activity than their appearances suggest, and
some of the smaller breeds are terrible, designed to be stubborn,
independent and to fight for their lives. Some of the larger breeds are more friendly and even sugary. Breeds with long need much grooming, but many loose less hair than those with shorter hair. Consider adopting an adult dog that already has the personality and behavior that you like. Do your homework!

* Never give chocolate to your dog, it can make you sick due to toxic ingredients for them. You can even kill quickly take a large enough number, but it is a cumulative poison, built with time. Spread the chocolate one! Other potentially hazardous foods and poisonous incuem grapes, raisins, macadamia nuts and onions.

* Never leave children unattended with dogs. The
face of a small child can be the same height as the face of a dog, and
dogs do not like to be seen face to face, and children like to take
everything they see, this is a recipe for disaster. If you are leaving the room where are the child and the dog, take the dog with you.

Never allow children to provoke or irritate the dogs and learn about
dog behavior enough to know what will or will not annoy them.

* Do not use physical violence with your dog - do not believe in spanking as a method of teaching. The dogs barely understand it, they repeat behaviors they find rewarding, remember this and take advantage of this reality. Beware
of coaches who advise you to hit or yell at your dog, imagine if your
boss or your partner to treat you this way, you would not have a good
relationship with them, and your dog is no different. Finally, you should remember that train and educate a puppy requires time, effort and patience. A well trained dog is a happy dog. Dogs just want to learn and obey.

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