Pug Training

You Can Take A Well-Trained Pug Anywhere

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Training your pug can be overwhelming to those who are new at it. You can have information out there. This article will provide with you several tips to help you as you undertake the training of your pug.

When you verbally correct your pug, those corrections should be short and focused on the behavior. Do not whine and complain to your pet about their bad the pug is behaving. Say no and redirect your pug to the desired behavior.

Make sure that you remain controlled when rewarding your pug’s good training behavior. If you are able to command your pug to do something the right way, you should reward the animal only if it is calm. If you are overly excited, the pug will become excited and everything will be out of control.

Repetition is the key to success when teaching your pug a new command. It may take as many as fifty repetitions of a particular command before your pug learns the command.

Keep in mind that puppies grow into a bigger pug. Choose a crate which will be suitable for puppy and mature sizes. The pug crowded when turning around and lie down without being crowded.

This will let him know you are serious and that they must obey. It can also help the pug be able to distinguish between disciplinary tones and a reprimand.

To limit your pug’s barking, try to desensitize them to the cause of their barking. It might be a particular sound or simply coming into contact with other animals or people. Your pug will understand that barking is unnecessary in these situations.

These tips probably got you brainstorming about how you will train your pug. Following the advice contained in this article will lead to your being a happy canine owner with a properly trained companion.

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