Pug Training

Trouble Training Your Pug? Follow These Tips


Training a pug is a wonderful thing to do. Training a pug is a long process that will keep your pooch safe and happy. Here is some advice on how you can train your canine or find a trainer.

This will help them associate good things with his crate.

Once your pug seems to have acclimated to the crate itself, try quietly closing the door and offering him a biscuit through the wires. Start off with small periods, for example 10 seconds or so, and then gradually increase the times. If the pug becomes agitated, then you may need to slow down and have more patience with them.

Establish a quiet environment when you go into a room your pug is in. It is nice to calmly play with your pugs, but your pug should stay calm when you come into the room.

Make sure you use control to reward your pug.When your pug obeys your command, you can certainly give a reward.If you are overly excited, the pug will become excited and everything will be out of control.

Give your pug a word that means “yes” to aid in training.

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 basic command teaches them to cease chewing on something he shouldn’t and it keeps them safe from dangerous items.

Exercise your pug at least an hour everyday in addition to its regular outside potty breaks and training sessions. A pug is happy when it gets it exercise and have fun will be much easier to manage.

With any luck, this advice will increase the pleasure your pug brings to you and your loved ones. Proper training makes pug ownership more rewarding and less stressful. You can train your pug yourself or find someone else to do it. The training your pug learns will give him and your family many happy years.

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