Pug Training

Using Leash Training To Your Advantage


This article provides information on correcting actions of pugs using proper training tactics.

This will help them associate a positive with being in the crate.

Timing is critical during pug training, but don’t overdo it. Begin with small sessions and extend them from there. Pay attention to the point when your pug loses interest.

Give your puppy his own toys that he can chew to remove pain due to teething, and keep everything else out of reach. Give it one of his toys immediately.

pugs have a tendency to zone in on one thing to the exclusion of all else. If you keep up with his training, it will help his behavior.

A lot of owners thing training is a one time event.

When you approach a strange pug, approach them slowly and offer them the back of a hand to smell. This will give the pug to get used to your scent and shows him you mean no harm.

Use positive reinforcements when pug training. Don’t ever yell at or hit them. This doesn’t work well and only succeeds in teaching your pug that you don’t know what you are doing.

The first thing you should do when training a puppy is to make sure he knows his name. Use his name on a regular basis, and then teach them how to come to you when called. These should be the preliminary words that your pug need to know. Spend lots of time with your pug, so that they know that they can trust you. This way he or she will be more receptive in receiving advanced training in the future.

It should be evident from this article that training a pug does not have to be a monumental battle. By combining a proper mindset and a good base of knowledge, any pug can become well trained. Some pugs may require a little more time or possibly a different training technique; however, successful pug training requires patience from the owner.

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