Pug Training

Train Your Pug The Smart Way With These Handy Tips

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If you’re new to pug training, you might need tips on how to train a pug properly. Thankfully, the article which follows has a ton of information you can use.

Understand that during training, what your pug eats will go out of their system. You can promote consistency and regularity by feeding your pet on a firm schedule two or three times daily with only the highest quality of food. This ensures your pug won’t have accidents as you’ll know when to expect a trip outside.

If your training program is to be successful, you must be committed to asserting yourself firmly. That said, love should prevail and yelling should never occur. Doing so improves the relationship between you two.

Accidents are a part of training your puppy to go potty outside. Always immediately clean-up any messes your pug makes. Odor from feces or urine can stay in your carpet which will make your pug return to it when it wants to urinate. Many products are sold that will neutralize these odors, so ask about them at your local pet store.

If you’re bringing your pug on a trip, don’t forget all it’s supplies. Bring food and water bowls, waste baggies and treats for a good trip. Rather than carrying large bags of pug food on your trip, just make time to purchase some when you arrive at your destination.

Your pug has to have a consistent set of rules in order to learn the difference between right and wrong. You will need to have these rules enforced by everyone in your home. This will make your efforts worthless.

Hopefully you have a new-found confidence about training your first pug. Apply the tips that you have learned in this article to help you step out of the pug training novice seat and into the expert seat.

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