You and your pug will be so much happier if it is fully trained.A dog training routine makes it easier for you and your dog knows exactly what he can expect. It may take time and dedication, but you will soon know that the time you spent on training your dog will have been worth it.
When your dog appears to be at ease while inside the crate with the door ajar, slowly shut it and pass treats through the gate. Start off only putting them inside for 10 seconds, like at 10 seconds per approach, and slowly move up the times. If your pet seems upset or agitated, you are going too fast.
Establish a quiet environment when you go into a room your pug is in. It is great to have playtime with your pet, but when you enter a room your pug should be calm.
Try not to reinforce bad behavior in your dog. This means you must not reward your dog treats or attention for something he should not be doing. For example, it will be difficult or impossible to train your dog not to jump on people if you give your pet a friendly neck-scratch when he or she jumps on you.
If you encounter a dog with whom you are not acquainted, approach it slowly and allow it to sniff your hand.This lets them warm up to the dog to get used to your scent and they’ll most likely to trust you.
Training your dog is essentially establishing relationship rules, and, like with people, enjoyment with each other will be so much more since the groundwork has been established. Keep in mind that you must continually reinforce your dog’s training lessons. Always keep a close eye out and do not hesitate to enforce proper punishment on any violations of the designated rules. Once the basic pug training skills are mastered, the world is your oyster when it comes to working with your dog.