Puppies For Dummies, 4th Edition
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With your dog sitting at your left side, show him a treat, held in the right hand, say “Down,” and then lower the treat to the ground between his feet and slowly slide it forward so he has to lie down to get it. This house-training schedule is based on the needs of a healthy four-month-old puppy. Vary the schedule according to your schedule and the age needs of your pup. If you can’t take care of all your pup’s needs due to your work schedule or other conflicts, consider hiring a helper. Period of Day/Time
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Give frequent trips outside, including after every meal, first thing in the morning and last thing at night. friendsofthesanfranciscopubliclibrary Foldoutcount 0 Identifier puppiesfordummie00sara Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t07w7fv3m Isbn 0764552554 Lower the treat and apply slight downward pressure toward the dog’s chest using the collar. Give your dog the treat and lots of praise when he lies down.Then there are the puppies that are not motivated by food at all! For those puppies, try to find a toy they enjoy that they can get when they do a good job. Praise is also a way to positively reinforce a puppy. Petting or showing excitement and saying, “good job!” may be all you need for basic puppy training. Keep Training Sessions Short When he responds correctly, reward him with a treat. If he doesn’t respond correctly, review Step 2.
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This creates a critical foundation that will set the stage for their adulthood. Providing puppies with the appropriate socialization and basic puppy training allows them to grow into confident adult dogs. Maintaining a schedule is important for potty training. Make sure to take your puppy out first thing in the morning, after eating, and after playtime and naps throughout the day. At this point they should start having enough bladder control to learn to hold it. Reward your puppy with a treat every time they go to the bathroom outside. 6 Months Old
Following these rules will usually result in a well house-trained puppy. But sometimes, it doesn’t go as planned. Down.” Directing “down” helps your puppy calm down whenever you’re going to be stationary for a while.