Pug Training

Have Fido Acting His Best With These Pug Training Ideas


A cute little puppy can melt anyone’s heart. If you’ve already got one, that is great. A properly trained pug is crucial for having a great relationship. Read the article below to get helpful tips on how to have a wonderful owner/pet relationship:

When corrected your pug verbally, make sure to use sharp, sharp and to the point. Don’t drag on and on about how bad your pug is. Say no and redirect your pug to the right thing.

Make sure your pug is eating a healthy food. A bad diet can negatively affect them in various ways. It can make your pug behave badly and affect their behavior. Something as easy as proper nutrition can sometimes have a pug more obedient.

Give your puppy some toys to chew on so they do not hurt while teething, and keep him away from chewing other items. Give the pug one of his chew toys immediately.

pugs can concentrate on one thing intensely and you will have a short attention span and you will have to attract his attention. With enough training, your pug will begin to focus on you and the signals you are giving him instead of other distractions.

Pick a recognizable phrase to verbalize to your new puppy during house training. When it’s time for him to go outside to do his business, say the chosen phrase to keep him focused on the task he is to accomplish.

With any luck, you have gleaned some information that will really help you bond with your pet. Implement the information provided here as appropriate to your own unique situation. You love your pug and want the best for all involved. The key to being successful is training! The importance of having a trained pug simply cannot be overstated. A successfully trained pug makes for a better relationship for both owner and pug.

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