Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Beginning Education

If your puppy is old enough to have been weaned and separated from his mother and siblings, e's old enough to begin his education. This does not mean formal lessons. Rather, you will be training by restraint, and by encouraging appropriate behavior. The word "No" will be well used, but should never take on a harsh tone at this stage. The fact the puppy many not appear to react o the word does not mean it isn't registering in his mind in relation to unwanted actions.  If you see the puppy doing something naughty, never rush at him. his will frighten him into running away from you, the last thing you want. Instead, walk clamly to the puppy, say "No" the lift him up at which point he will probably to wash your face, which is fine.

" A Puppy is never too young to begin his education. This does not necessarily mean formal training. At this point, you will simply be encouraging appropriate behavior."


There are several other behaviors that are important not to encourage. First, if you do not want your puppy to sleep or play on your furniture do not let him play on your lap while you are seated. Kneel on the floor. Secondly, no dog should get into the habit of jumping up.

" Do not ever encourage the development of a puppy's bad habits. Once he is a grown dog begging for food at the dinner table will not seem quite so amusing."

When the puppy attempts to jump at you step backwards so the attempt fails every time. Finally, do not feed your puppy tidbits from the dinner table, while you are having dinner. This can develop into a bad habit which, in is extreme form, results in stealing from the table. To avoid those doleful eyes and wagging tail, place the puppy in another room while you eat. The Temptation for both of you is then removed.

5 comments:

  1. Hello!! Saw your comment on Kika's blog! I feel better today!I am no longer a puppy and I was easy to teach...!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. wow, I feel great when I saw your comment, oh really I though your a just a puppy when I saw your cute pictures on your blog and I'm sure your mom was so lucky because your a quick learner on your training :D

      Delete
  2. A year ago I would say I have had only had one puppy A GS-male and he was WONDERFUL!!!!!! He was a jewel!!! All his short life we was so good!! I lost him from cancer at only 6 years old!! Now I have had 2 more puppies-- one was not wonderful and one is--she is Zoie!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. web designers in bradford
    Excellent Working Dear Friend Nice Information Share all over the world i am really impress your work Stay Blessings On your Work...God Bless You.web designers in uk

    ReplyDelete