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Puppy Preschool Training

Opening Remarks

Always try to end the training session on a positive note. Now if you get frustrated and your pup just doesn't appear to be getting the command correctly, go back and you want and probably should quit for a while, do the following. Go back to an exercise that you know your puppy will do correctly. Do the exercise once. Then quit. In this way your puppy has pleased you and you are quitting on a positive note and the self esteem of your puppy is hopefully secured. On the other hand if the puppy knows very well what you are requesting and just has an attitude about listening to you then you Should try to get your cool and continue until you win or your puppy may consider itself the winner. Every situation Can be different so think about what is really going on in a situation before you choose the remedy.

  • The exercise and topics covered in this manual are designed for puppies 8 weeks to 4 months old.
  • A minimum of 20 minutes per day is required to practice the exercises. It is better for your puppy that you mix the obedience commands with every day activities throughout the day, but do the best you can and get as many families Members involved as possible. The puppy will learn to accept and obey commands from every-one by doing this.
  • Training equipment required: leather or nylon flat collar, 6 foot leather or nylon leash, 30 to 40 feet of light nylon rope (metal snap on one end and a handle hoop on the other) a metal choke chain collar may be required for very dominant or Aggressive pups.
  • Your patience and the pup's respect for you are the keys to a happy CO-existence between handler and canine. As a young child will try your patience, so will a puppy. Keep your cool at all times, but if the situation gets out of control, stop Settle the dog, take a few minutes break and return to the exercise.
  • Dress casual and comfortable whenever you train your puppy. Wear clothing you don t mind getting on the floor with.
  • Keep a mental leash on the puppy at all times. In other words, concentrate on your puppy and his actions. This will unable you to anticipate his moves and actions before he actually does them.
  • Body language is strongly used by dogs to communicate with each other, therefore our body language and postures are as important as our voice commands. Your pup will quickly learn to read your movements, signals and voice tones. One common mistake made is people sometimes laugh at their puppies' disobedience because they are so cute. Don't laugh or even have a big smile on your face when your puppy isn't obeying as even that smile can be read by your puppy as a positive gesture.
  • The training is scheduled into 4 sessions. The suggested time frame for each session is 1 to 2 weeks. This may vary greatly by the breed of dog you have or the availability of time, so adjust the schedule to suit your pup and your lifestyle.

Kindly go through our below 4 training sessions

  1. Session One
  2. Session Two
  3. Session Three
  4. Session Four
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