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3 Ways to Train a Dog You Can Do

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3 Ways to Train a Dog You Can Do

Use a firm but gentle training style to guide the dog to the exercises it needs to learn. Soon it will grow up to be a mature, well-behaved dog and a special place in your family Puppies need to be trained to do various things so that they can develop into good dogs. He was not born to understand how to play well, pee at designated spots on the lawn, and walk on the leash beside you. You may have to spend several months teaching your puppy to do all of these things

1.Training a Dog to Urinate :

Develop a training routine. In order to start your bowel training, you have to establish a routine for it. Dogs need a consistent routine to know where to go to the toilet. It's important to start teaching your dog to go outside when he wants to go to the bathroom. Do this as soon as you take him home. Take the dog outside on a specific schedule each day: before doing anything in the morning, after eating, after playing, and before bed.

  • Puppies should be taken outside every hour, as well as immediately after feeding, resting, and playing sessions. You should also always take him out of the house before he does anything in the morning, before you and him go to bed at night, and before you leave him alone for long periods of time.
  • Feed him at the same time each day so you can predict when he will need to be taken out of the house.
  • Very young dogs should urinate as often as possible, at least once an hour.This means that you or a family member should be prepared to get your dog out of the house at that intensity often.
  • If you can't train your dog to go to the bathroom all day, it's very important to hire someone to do it. If you don't start early, it will take your dog a long time to learn not to pee in the house.

2.Get the puppy's attention if he tries to relieve himself in the house:

when you notice that he wants to go to the bathroom in the house, don't overreact by yelling or scaring him. Interrupt the activity by clapping your hands. Then, pick up the dog or ask him to follow you right away and bring him to a regular toilet location. When he's finished, give him a compliment.

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  • If he or she has already gone to the bathroom on the back of the sofa or elsewhere in your home, it is considered too late to discipline her. Don't force him to kiss the location; he will just be confused and scared and not understand what you are trying to teach him.

3. Determine a location for defecating outside the house:

Creating a location that your dog associated with urinating will help keep him from peeing in the house. He will start wanting to go to that place to relieve himself and will eventually learn to wait until you take him there and not go to the toilet in the house.

  • Use language to strengthen your dog's association with the location of the toilet. Say "to the toilet" or just say "toilet" when you put him down. Do not use these words anywhere, only use them in the location of the toilet that you have specified.
  • Many people choose a secluded yard corner, or the occasional fenced area where they can relieve themselves of the dog. If you don't have a yard, choose a location close to your home or apartment. You can choose any location as long as you always take your dog to the same place every time he goes to the bathroom.
  • Bringing them to the same place will make the dog associate the smell of that place with the urge to relieve themselves. Smells can stimulate a puppy to urinate.
  • Be aware that some puppies will urinate immediately after being outdoors, while others may take a short walk before pooping.



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