Pug Training

Not Getting Anywhere Training Your Pug? Read These Helpful Tips

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Training a pug is part of you. Training your pug is a long process that will keep your pooch safe and happy. Here is some advice on how you can train your pug and find a good trainer.

Establish a quiet environment when you go into a room that your pug is in.It is okay to have play time, but remember to stay relaxed.

Make sure the diet you feed your pug is healthy and nutritious. A poor diet can cause your pug many problems. It can make your pug behave badly and affect their health. Something as simple as improving their diet can make a pug more obedient.

Give your puppy with lots of chewable toys, and keep him away from chewing other items. Give the pug one of his chew toys immediately.

Choose a set phrase to use every time you want your pug. When you are outside with the puppy, say “Elimination Device…Activate!” or whatever phrase you chose to call his attention to the task at hand.

This tone tells the pug to understand when you are in training mode. It also help the pug to understand the distinction between disciplinary tones and a sharp but non-punishing command.

Have a treat ready to reward your pug when they follow a task you ask it to do. You want your pet to know that he has accomplished a good thing. This helps the pug understand what is right from wrong quickly and efficiently.

We hope these tips will help you and other people enjoy your pug to the fullest. Proper training makes pug ownership more rewarding and less stressful. Regardless of if you decide to train your pug on your own or use a professional, it is key that you do train your pug to ensure a happy union with your pug.

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