Would you like to be successful at puppy training?
Once your puppy is on that routine for the first couple of weeks, we believe you are not going to have any problem. After about a month of sticking to the same routine, your puppy will begin to get used to it. This means, when you will need to do everything at the same time in the same order.
Right now, everyone wants to feed the puppy, play with the puppy and hold the puppy. Those rules that have been established can easily be broken. Everyone has previously agreed that the new puppy will be sleeping in the crate of her own. However, as soon as the puppy came home, everyone insists that he or she should be sleeping in the bed.
When you first bring your puppy home, you should start the training right away. There are some individuals that believe waiting the first couple of days to train the puppy is fine. However, if you wait the first couple of days to train your puppy, you will find that the puppy will get used to this routine. Obviously, you do not want your puppy to get too used to doing the wrong thing. What exactly is the wrong thing?
Well, chewing on the shoes may be cute (or frustrating), and you should not allow your puppy to do it, even if he or she is not doing any harm to the shoes. Going to the bathroom on the floor is not acceptable. Sure, accidents happen and we understand this, but on your behalf, you should make sure you take the puppy out at regular intervals. In fact, you should take the puppy outside every couple of hours and after each meal.
When you're learning how to train your puppy, you need to make sure you don't allow your puppy to do other things, during the training sessions, he or she will get used to that routine. For instance, if you allow your puppy to make his or her own routine, they will begin to think what they are doing just fine. Allowing your puppy to sleep in your bed is probably a big no no. Instead of your puppy sleeping in the bed, he or she should try to sleep in his or her own bed or in a crate.
Whenever you see that your puppy is chewing on something, you should make sure you take it away from the puppy immediately and put something that belongs to him or her in front of the puppy. For instance, when you see your puppy chewing on a shoe, take the shoe away, point at him or her and say "no." Then hand the puppy one of his or her toys and pat the puppy softly. After a couple of weeks, you will see that your puppy is learning to chew on only the chew toys.
When you follow the right steps of puppy training, you will find that it is a hard process, but all dogs are smart. When you stick to a routine, then your puppy will stick to that routine and know it for the rest of their life.