Pug Training

Give Your Pug Positive Encouragement When Training


This article will help you to have the best in show.

Try to think about what it would be like your pug. Frustration may come quickly if the pug fails to learn simple things quickly. Don’t give up! Think how they think like your pug! This could help you come up with new ideas on how to accomplish your training hurdles.

Give your puppy some toys to chew on so they do not hurt while teething, and keep everything else out of reach. Give it one of his toys immediately.

Consistency is key when working on crate training puppies. When your puppy out of his crate he will need to relieve himself. The pug will grow his bladder so he can hold it for longer and use the restroom.

Puppies will grow up quickly. Choose a crate that is sure to be the right proportions for the adult size. The ideal size would be one that doesn’t make your pug crowded when turning around and lie down without being crowded.

One command that should be taught early to a puppy is “leave it.” This teaches them to drop something and step way from things you do not want him to touch. This can help get your pug to stop chomping on chewing furniture inside the house.

Always get your pug’s attention by doing the same thing. Start your commands with the pug’s name. Get their attention by using its name and then follow up with whatever you want it to do. pugs often respond to their name immediately and they know you need them to pay attention.

Your pug needs the right training to be exceptional. The tips provided in this article are proven to be the best ways to train your show pug in every aspect. Not all techniques work in all situations, but at least one of these ideas should make your pug training easier.

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