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Puppy Training Basics



Training Puppy the First Week
People are often under the impression that a young puppy cannot be trained. In reality puppies learn very quickly with proper instruction. The first few days in a new home are extremely important for your puppy and the precedents you set now will usually last a lifetime. full article

House Training Your Puppy
Housetraining or Housebreaking or Potty Training your puppy as quickly as possible requires you to reward and praise your puppy every time he goes in the right place. Be diligent - give your puppy regular and frequent access to his toilet area. full article

Crate Training Your Puppy
Train your puppy to enjoy her crate. A crate is not a prison... in fact it is a den. Take the time to show your puppy how comfortable and secure her den can be. full article

Training Your Puppy about Biting and Mouthing
Biting and mouthing is common in young puppies especially in play and while teething. Puppies must learn to inhibit their bite and normally, they would learn this from their littermates. full article

More Training Tips for The New Puppy Owner
Read more on training your puppy about biting, socializing your puppy, chewing, whining, jumping and house training your puppy. full article

Training Puppy to Curb Submissive Urination
Submissive urination is a normal way for your puppy to demonstrate submissive behavior. Even a dog that is otherwise housetrained may leave dribbles and puddles of urine at your feet when greeting you. full article

Training Puppy to Stop Excitement Urination
Excitement urination with a puppy is usually caused by lack of bladder control. The puppy is not aware that he is urinating, and any punishment will only confuse him. full article

Training Your Puppy about the Collar, Leash and Stairs
Introducing your puppy to his collar, leash and the stairs can be a challenge. If your puppy is trained properly, it will be simple, satisfying and successful. Always use praise and lures rather than force. full article

Socializing Your Puppy
Once your puppy has completed her vaccinations, it's important to expose her to a variety of situations. First and foremost, find her a puppy playmate. Take her to all the places you want her to be comfortable. Make sure she sits when greeting people. Praise her for all appropriate behavior. full article

Training Articles - Puppy Training Basics - House Training Your Puppy - Crate Training Your Puppy - Training Your Puppy about Biting and Mouthing - More Training Tips for The New Puppy Owner - Training Puppy to Curb Submissive Urination - Training Puppy to Stop Excitement Urination - Training Your Puppy about the Collar, Leash and Stairs - Socializing Your Puppy - Dog Behavior Training - Why Obedience Train Your Dog or Puppy ? - Biting, Mouthing and Anti-Aggression - Training For Your Dog or Puppy - Training Your Dog Not to Jump Up on People - Leash Training Your Dog - Training Your Dog to Come When Called - Training Your Dog to Stop Chasing Cars, Cats, Joggers, etc. - Training Your Dog for Off-Leash Freedom - Training Your Dog to Stop Escaping and Roaming - Training Your Dog to Overcome Fear of Loud & Sudden Noises - Training Your Dog to Overcome Shyness - Is Socialization a Part of Dog Training? - Why Does My Dog Smell Stinky Stuff? - Solving Dog Training Problems - House Training Your Dog - Crate Training Your Dog - Training Your Dog about Biting, Mouthing and Teething - Coprophagia/Eating Feces - What to do! - Training Your Dog to Control Barking - Training Your Dog to Overcome Separation Anxiety - Training Your Dog to Stop Whining - Training Your Dog Out of Submissive Urination - Training Your Dog to Stop Excitement Urination
 

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