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  Training Puppy the First Week
People are often under the impression that a young puppy cannot be trained. In reality puppies learn very quickly with proper instruction. Never hit your puppy or give harsh reprimands. They don't mean to misbehave - puppy is simply doing what comes naturally. Instead, show your puppy what kind of behavior you want. The first few days in a new home are extremely important for your puppy and the precedents you set now will usually last a lifetime.
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Puppy Biting, Mouthing and Teething
Biting and mouthing is common in young puppies and dogs especially in play and while teething. dogs must learn to inhibit their bite and normally, they would learn this from their mother, their littermates and other members of the pack. But, because we take them away from this environment before this learning is completed, we must take over the training.
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House Training Your Puppy
The most important thing you can do to make house training happen as quickly as possible is to reward and praise your puppy every time he goes in the right place. The more times puppy is rewarded, the quicker he will learn. Therefore it's important that you spend as much time as possible with your puppy and give him regular and frequent access to his toilet area.
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Training Puppy to Curb Submissive Urination
Submissive wetting or 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. Submissive urination is the ultimate show of respect and deference for higher rank. Submissive urination occurs frequently with a young puppy who has not yet learned and perfected other social skills and means of showing respect.
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puppy training for both first time puppy parents as well as those with puppy raising experience

Are you a first time puppy owner or do you have questions about your new puppy? We have years of experience helping owners overcome the difficulties of puppy parenthood. I’m sure we can help you too.

The puppy training section of our site will answer some important question you may have about owning and raising your pup.

puppy training, how is it different than training an adolescent or adult dog?
Puppy training in many ways is easier than training an adult dog, in that puppies have just not yet had a chance to learn how to respond to their environments. This means you get to teach your puppy how to behave properly right from the beginning. It is sometimes easier to do things right or according to the systems (house) rules if the individual does not already have a history of behaving in a certain way. A great example is the act of the puppy jumping to great people.

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If you can structure the environment in such a way that the puppy is never rewarded for jumping and make sure the puppy is consistently rewarded for sitting instead, you will have an adult dog that doesn’t jump when greeting people. In fact an adult dog with this type of history will impress your friends by sitting when it greets guests.

There are other great instances of this principal, such as getting your new puppy accustomed to going potty on a particular kind of surface. An example may be teaching your pup to potty on gravel and it will be less likely to go on surfaces unlike gravel. I find this principle particularly troublesome when dogs stay with me that where conditioned as young pups to potty on concrete. When these dogs stay with me for a short amount of time it can be almost impossible to recondition them to potty in a more hygienically appropriate area of my yard.

A good deal of this resistance to change can be explained by the phenomena of imprinting. There are certain times when a puppy’s brain is developing in a way that enables life experiences and successful behavior to become permanently wired connections. By training at this age you are actually building your puppy’s brain and its future behavior.

During puppy training you need to remember, puppies don’t have the endurance of an adolescent or adult dog. Puppies can be very active for short amounts of time and then they need to rest and sleep. Some believe this rest helps the puppy build those important brain connections, as well as the muscle and bones of a developing body.

When puppy training we must respect, understand, and use the rules Mother Nature has imposed upon the system we experience as a developing individual.

Dog Training Tips and Puppy Training Resources

Proper dog and puppy training is essential for every pet and his owner. Training your dog should absolutely be a top priority. The dog training tips and puppy training articles found here will teach you how to train your dog or housetrain your puppy today.

Learn to train your dog using these tips, articles and basic puppy training advice to get you started training your dog or puppy correctly.

Training a Dog

       Dog Training Advice and Tips - Dog Training Information

Training a Puppy

             Puppy Training Articles Advice & tips on training your puppy.
        House Training Tips - Housebreak your new pup.  
             Bringing Puppy Home - Getting your house puppy ready.
        
Ten Reasons to Train -  Why should you train your puppy?
        Puppy Playtime - Playing with your pup.
        Puppy Routine - Keeping a routine.
        Crate Training Tips - Advice for using a dog crate.
        Choosing a Dog Crate - Information on dog crates.
        Socializing Your Puppy
        Paper Training

Dog Ownership
         Responsible Dog Ownership - Know what it takes to own a dog.                    12 Golden Rules for Owning a Dog
           5 Tips for New Dog Owners
           Pet Insurance
           Importance of using a Leash

General Training Advice

         Dog Obedience Training Advice
         Dog Trainning Tips
         Teach Your Dog to Sit
         Teaching Your Dog to do Tricks - Basic Dog Tricks
         Teaching Your Dog to Come
           Teaching Your Dog to Heel - A crucial dog training tool.

         Dog Training Collars
         Clicker Training

Dog Obedience Problems

           Dog Digging
           
More on Digging
          
Stop Dog Barking
           Barking Behavior
           Puppy Chewing
           Stop Your Dog from Jumping Up
           Why is Your Dog Such a Bad Boy?
           Aggressive Behavior in Your Dog

Your Dog's Health and Well Being

          Feeding Your Dog
          Your Dog's Health
          Health Problems
          Fleas and Ticks
          Visiting the Vet
          Your Dog's Teeth

Traveling with Your Dog

           Pet Friendly Vacations
           Traveling with your Dog
           Traveling in an RV
           Small Dog Travel Guide

Dog Training Research

           Dog Training E-Books  - If you need basic dog obedience training or help housebreaking your puppy, these ebooks will help get you started immediately.  No shipping charges and NO WAITING!

           Dog Training Books  -  We've also featured some more traditional books.  Sometimes it's nice to sit down with a good book.


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