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8 hours ago Get expert advice about potty training and crate training your puppy from AKC's training experts: our tips and tricks will help get your pup trained in no time!

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1. Solid Behaviors. What dogs learn as pups, stays with them forever as solid behaviors! What dogs learn as pups, stays with them forever as solid behaviors.
2. Play With The Right Toys. Get puppies used to the toys you want them to play with as an adult! It's the same principal as above, but with toys. Get your puppy used to whatever toys you want them to have when they're grown, as a puppy.
3. Group Classes May Be Too Much. A group class setting doesn't work for all dogs, sometimes online classes work better as long as you socialize them separately.
4. Practice Being Calm. Puppies need to learn how to switch from excited behavior to calm. Get your puppy used to being calm and calming down from being excited.
5. Car Rides. Car rides are important, get your puppy comfortable in a car as soon as possible. Car rides are extremely important and you want your puppy to be happy and calm in the car.
6. Grooming. Get pups used to being groomed as young as possible. Getting dogs used to be groomed and having their nails cut is vital when they are young.
7. Make 'Dress Up' Fun. Dress up puppies so they become used to having things put on them. As odd as this may sound, it's really important to get your puppy used to staying still and having something put on them.
8. Dealing With Puppy Diarrhea. Puppies get diarrhea - a lot! Learn how to deal with YOUR pups diarrhea. Yes, we have to go there, all puppies get diarrhea at some point or another so you need to know how to fix it quickly.
9. Antibiotics Can Cause Allergies. Dogs that are given antibiotics as puppies, are much more likely to develop allergies as adult dogs. As puppies grow, so does their good bacteria in their gut.
10. Training Versus Behaviorist. Do you need a trainer or behaviorist? Finally, not all behaviors can be trained. If your dog is experiencing fear or aggression you will likely need a professional behaviorist instead of a dog trainer.

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1. Understand that a puppy is an infant dog – not a miniature adult. Adjust your expectations accordingly, considering his physical and mental limitations.
2. Puppy-proof your house with baby gates, a crate, and/or a pen. Any time the puppy is not directly supervised, he should be in a safe place where he can’t get into trouble.
3. Dogs are not born understanding English. The new puppy you brought home two days ago has no idea what the word “no” means. Instead of expecting him to drop whatever it is he’s doing, show him what you want him to do instead.
4. Learn about dog body language. Your dog may not be able to talk, but he can tell you how he feels. This is a good place to start learning what he’s saying: /content/entertainment/articles/how-to-read-dog-body-language/
5. Train with high-value treats. You will be amazed at how much harder your dog will work for a tiny piece of chicken breast, cheese, or liver, compared to even premium store-bought treats.
6. Catch your dog being good. It’s easy to get caught up in scolding when your puppy is getting into trouble, but rewarding him out of the blue for being good lets him know he’s doing the right thing.
7. He’s a dog, not a human. It’s their “doggyness,” not what we think of as their similarity to humans, that makes them so lovable. Dogs don’t think like humans.
8. Dogs do the things that we reinforce. Those behaviors you don’t like? We usually have ourselves to thank. Owners inadvertently reinforce all kinds of undesirable things, from excessive barking at the doorbell to counter surfing.
9. Learn to be quick with treats and praise. If the treat comes more than a few seconds after your pup has done what you’ve asked, he has no idea what he did to earn it, or you may inadvertently reward the wrong behavior.
10. Always be happy when your dog comes to you, whether you called him or not. A common owner complaint is that the dog does not come when called. Never punish your dog when he comes to you, no matter what he did before.

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7 hours ago All puppy training takes time and effort, but the results are worth it. The way a breeder trains puppiesvaries from breeder to breeder — and these things can change as experiences dictate.

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6 hours ago How to Crate Train a Puppy: 20 Tips and Tricks. 1. Make Your Puppy’s Crate Inviting and Familiar. To start with the first tip on crate training your puppy, they need to feel comfortable to want

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Just Now Essential Behavior & Training Tips For Dog Owners and Professionals. This collection of free courses is intended for anyone interested in the welfare of dogs, including prospective, new, or longtime puppy/dog owners as well as all dog professionals.

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Just Now 2. Howcast: How To Train Your Dog with JoAnne Basinger. Trainer’s Qualifications: JoAnne Basinger is a graduate of Jean Donaldson’s Academy for Dog Trainers, a prestigious school for professional trainers. She is also a member of the Association for …

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7 hours ago Step 2: Establish the Proper Mindset. “The more the dogs associate the crate with a relaxed mindset, the more they’ll ultimately enjoy hanging out in there,” says Flayton. If …

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5 hours ago The best way to extend crate time is to feed him inside it. You should start by feeding using a slow feeder, kong, or lickimat in the crate. As you give him his meal, say ‘kennel up’ or ‘go sleep’. Over many repetitions, he will learn what these words mean. Place the food just on the inside of the crate to start with.

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Just Now Tips for Training Your Puppy. Crate Training. Your puppy should see their crate as a safe and calm place. Start by bringing them to their crate for 10- minute intervals while they are nice and calm. Reward them for going in their crate. You can even feed them in their crate to create a positive environment. FREE for Chewy Autoship

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Just Now Blot up liquid on the carpet before cleaning the rug. If you catch the dog starting to squat to urinate or defecate, pick her up and immediately rush outside. If she does the job outdoors, give

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1 hours ago Eric Presnall Lead Presenter and Trainer K9 Training institute. Before working with the K9 Training Institute, Eric was the host of the hit Animal Planet TV show “Who Let the Dogs Out”.. The show went searching for the coolest and most well-trained dogs in the U.S. – skateboarding dogs, surfing dogs, service dogs, etc.

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Just Now 2. Emily Larlham – Loose leash walking. Pulling on the leash is a universal problem. Emily never disappoints and we love this. Emily’s Kikopup channel is loved around the world and is packed with wonderful, free, dog training advice. At three and a half minutes this video is great value for your time.

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1 hours ago There are some basic dog training commands and dog tricks that every dog should know like come, speak, drop it, stay, back up, etc. Basic commands give your dog structure. In addition, they can help you overcome common dog behavior problems and will help keep your dog safe. 3:24.

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1 hours ago Part of the Family – A Well Socialized Puppy. At 3 weeks of age, your puppy is able to use sight and hearing to explore the world outside of the warm and food that mom provides. This marks the beginning of puppy socialization. Socialization is the process by which an animals learns how to recognize and interact with which it will live.

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Should you put your pet in a kennel??

— 3 Major Advantages of Getting the Dog to Love Its Crate

  1. You’ll Help Your Pooch Be Independent It’s not that your dog wouldn’t feel secure if it were to sleep next to you in bed. ...
  2. It Will Make Both of Your Lives a Lot Easier Let’s face it — some dogs are likely to sprawl on your bed, leaving you with very little space. ...
  3. It’ll Stay Out of Trouble at Night

How often should a puppy be in a crate/Kennel??

The short answer is 4 hours for puppies and seniors. For healthy adult dogs, 6-7 consecutive hours a day. An adult dog can last longer than 6-7 hours a day, but anything longer can become very uncomfortable for your pooch. If your dog is kenneled for long periods during the day, they may start dreading going into their crate.

What is the best crate for puppy training??

Puppy crate training can be tricky, yet it can pay dividends in all ... During the first few weeks, it’s best to aim to put your puppy to bed in his crate at about 10.30pm to 11pm. I usually take them out for their last pee at that time and try not ...

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