Pug Training

Pug Training Do’s And Don’ts Of Getting The Most Out Of Your Training Time

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If you’ve just started learning about pug training, you can use this article to learn how to relate to your pug.The following advice below will be of great help start you and your pug get on the right path.

There are several techniques to make crate train a puppy or pug. When they go inside to get the bone, shower the pug with praise.

Timing is important when pug training, but don’t overdo it. Start with a short session and gradually add more time every day. Pay attention and end the point when your pug loses interest.

Make sure you remain controlled when rewarding your pug’s good training behavior. When your pug responds to a command in the right way, you can certainly give a reward. While you might be happy with this accomplishment, showing excitement causes the pug to become excited and makes you lose control.

Try not to reinforce bad behavior in your pug. This means you must not reward your pug treats for doing something you don’t want it to do. For instance, don’t rub your pug’s head when they jump up at you and when you come in the door if you don’t want them to jump.

Avoid costly training devices which are high end such as shock collars. They may not work very well as they say they do and are a lot more expensive as opposed to conventional methods of training. They can also discourage good behaviors as they inhibit your pug to be confused about all their behaviors.

Choose one phrase for house training your pug. Each time you let your pug out to relieve himself, use this phrase to keep your pug focused on the task he came outside to accomplish.

Good pug training can teach your a everything from basic behavior modification to advanced trick mastery. After you begin using what you have learned, you will find your pug responding to you more positively.

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