All About Pugs

Raising A Happy And Well-Behaved Canine Companion

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Pugs have common traits regardless of size. Understanding how pugs think will allow anyone to train any pug.This article should help anyone get into the mind of pugs.

Timing is essential when you are training your pug, but don’t overdo it. Begin with shorter training sessions and increase the time each day. Pay attention and end the point when your pug loses interest.

Try not to reinforce bad behaviors from your pug by accident.This means you must not reward your pug treats or attention for something he should not be doing. For example, avoid rubbing the pug’s head every time they jump up when you get home.

Do not ever use shock collar to train your pug. They may not function properly and are far too expensive. They can also discourage good behaviors as they inhibit your pug to be confused about all their behaviors.

One command that should be taught early to a puppy is “leave it.” This teaches them to drop something and step away from things you do not want him to touch.This command teaches them to cease chewing on something he shouldn’t and it keeps them safe from dangerous items.

When a pug jumps up on you, make sure that it becomes known. This will not hurt him, but it will impart the information that jumping up is not appropriate. They should learn to stop jumping because they don’t like the sensation.

Your pug should learn he doesn’t need to respond to your utterance of the word ‘no.’ Find positive and supportive ways to train your pug. Saying ‘no’ doesn’t help your pug how to react. All pugs are different and their training ought to be customized.

A critical step to training your pug is to understand how your pug thinks and how they process information. By having this knowledge, an individual can train their pug in the most effective way possible. The owner knows more about their pet than anyone, and can give them better training.

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