Keeping your puppy clean
In order to teach your puppy not to get dirty in the house, firstly, you need to walk him as often as possible. It is absolutely necessary to quickly bring the puppy out onto the street immediately after eating, sleeping, or playing for a long time, otherwise the puppy will certainly get dirty, and then blame only on your laziness. As soon as he does his “business” on the street, he must be joyfully praised.
Old newspapers can help in teaching cleanliness. While the puppy is too small for walking, the owner takes a few old newspapers, gets wet the puddle made by the baby and puts these newspapers in an accessible and convenient place for subsequent cleaning. Further, the puppy is taught to go only to newspapers. As soon as Continue reading
Puppy training begins from the moment when he is brought to a new home. First of all, the puppy is introduced to new people, animals and sounds, accustomed to cleanliness, left alone at home, taught to walk on a leash and chew only permitted items. The puppy is also trained to keep in touch with other dogs or people, if they go towards you, do not pay attention to cyclists passing by or to kids having fun. In addition to these practical skills, the puppy should also be taught the commands: “to me”, “place”, “next to”, “sit”, “lie” and “stand”, as well as contact with a look. With these commands you can control the dog in all situations. To train your puppy with new teams, you need to motivate them. No dog will execute the commands you give just because you want it. All dogs (like people, however) are looking for their own benefits in all actions. The Continue reading