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When to Start Dog Training


If you've never had a puppy before, you might not know where to begin or what to do. There are several things to consider while educating your puppy, including crate training, obedience training, potty training, and even marathon training to guarantee you have a well-behaved dog. Actually, Nobody wants a dog that behaves badly, after all, that is why they give their dog training so they behave well. So, to get you started, here is a list of the first five things you should teach your new puppy.

Potty Training

My friends, get going on this as soon as you can and never give up. Just let me mention that when it comes to potty training a young pup, you need to keep in mind that it has been taken away from his mother and siblings and he is probably terrified and uncertain of himself. It serves no use and scares your dog when you chastise him for not going where he's supposed to. You should start with a reprimand and positive reinforcement whether you are weaning your dog off of pee pads or training him to relieve himself outside. As a result, you should just shift your dog to the proper position when he starts using the restroom elsewhere. You don't need to lecture him.

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