All About Pugs

Having A Pug That Will Listen To You Is Important

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Make sure you’re the one walking the pug and that it’s not the other way around. The article below will give you some great tips and tricks that will go a long way towards helping you tame the beast!

A healthy diet is important to the health and well-being of your dog. An unhealthy diet can have several negative effects on your dog. If your dog isn’t getting what it needs to stay healthy, it could really struggle to find the energy for training or may act out in other ways. Something as simple as improving their diet can sometimes have a huge impact on how receptive they are to training.

Dogs have tunnel vision and will focus on one thing to the exclusion of all else. Eventually, you will be able to ensure that your dog is more focused on you and your commands than other distractions.

When house training a dog, keep in mind that whatever they take in, they must eventually eliminate. To help your pup develop a regular bathroom schedule, feed it quality food two or three times each day, always at particular times. You will know when it is time for your the dog to use the bathroom, reducing accidents.

Teach your dog all of the newest training methods to keep him in line. Most owners think training once is all that it takes. However, pets and humans share similar habit systems. So, it’s very important that you review your training with your dog regularly.

Don’t waste your money on cruel, ineffective gadgets such as shock collars. Often times, they do not work and are over priced. Plus, shock collars can discourage your pug from behaving properly. Trying things akin to this will only cause harm to your relationship with your dog.

When you do not know how to properly train your dog, then you are likely to become extremely frustrated. Use these tips and your sorrows should float away.

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