Pug Training

Being The Dogs Leader Is A Key To Effective Training

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There are many reasons why people get dogs. Maybe it was the cute puppy with his eyes. It goes without saying that an obedient pugs are highly desirable. This article is going to give you some helpful ideas for doing just that!

When they are comfy with the open door, try shutting the gate and feed them treats through the wires. Start off with small periods, like at 10 seconds per approach, and then gradually increase the times. If the dog becomes agitated, it means that you are moving too quickly for them.

When correcting your dog, those corrections should be short and focused on the behavior. Do not whine and complain to your dog about their bad they are. Say no and redirect your dog to the desired behavior.

Timing is everything in dog training, so you want to spend enough time training them but do not want go overboard. Begin with brief sessions and increase the time daily. Pay attention to the session when your pug starts to get restless.

Establish a calm environment when you enter a room that your pet is in. It is nice to calmly play with your dogs, but when you enter a room your dog should be calm.

Do not tether two dogs closely together. If dogs get tangled up too severely, one can get wrapped up so badly it could close off the airway, and one could potentially die.

Do you know what you need to to get started? This article has probably given you some tips about training your pug! An obedient, well-trained dog is ideal. That doesn’t happen overnight. All of the time and work spent on training your dog will have paid off once you finally have the chance to give your pet a command and watch them obey. Choose those tips that work best with your unique dog and circumstances.

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