Newborn puppy Training

08 Sep 2010 | by | Posted in: Training

Real training of a newborn puppies, usually begins, when the newborn puppy is a little older (with 3-4 months), although some German commands of dogs can be started a little earlier stage of puppy.

Basic German dog commands are:

"Sit" - to make your puppy to sit, say the command "Sit!" While raising his arm above his head with a delicacy puppy. The newborn puppy lifts his head to look for delicacy, and sat down. Praise your puppy and give him a treat, repeat the process several times.

Fu! - One of the most important German dog commands. Suppressing unwanted action of the puppy, try to pronounce it in a stern voice and be sure to enforce the command. While the puppy is small enough to utter the command, and then switched his attention to something else, for older dogs can use newspaper or yank the leash. It is important to teach your puppy the command "Fu" to start walking to immediately reclaim the dog pick up from the ground bones and other dangerous objects.

"To me!" - A command that requires impeccable mining. How does one start to teach your puppy the command described above, in the older age should continue to develop the command on the street to hail a puppy or shortening the leash, and always encouraging the implementation of a dainty and praise.

Training a newborn puppy based on basic German commands and teaching it to other commands ("lie", "stand", "quiet", "next", etc.) are held on the same simple rule: praise delicacy, and then only praise.

Not every owner has the patience and self-discipline to regularly engage in education and training of the puppy alone, so everyone (even the owners of small breeds of dogs) is recommended to take the general course of training with a professional instructor.


Picking out a treat for training should be noted that if the type of remuneration is excessive excitation, the ability of the puppy to the knowledge will be retarded and you do not get the desired result. In the event that interest to reward non-existent, the motivation simply does not work. You chose remuneration should be attractive enough to hold the attention of the puppy to his master, but without excessive excitation.

Lessons should be short, but quite effective. Do not engage with the puppy more than 5-10 minutes in a row. The greatest effect from the study can be obtained from the training of short sessions several times a day.

When a command is very important voice. Voice commands desirable gay reassuring voice. Devoid of emotion, or a quiet voice, may be appropriate only when working with already-trained dog - puppy in a voice just would not respond. The mistake that most often allow during dressing untrained dogs - draining a set of words the command into one long, incomprehensible words: aport aport aport aport. Saying the command should be slightly drawling not squeezing them blab too quickly.

The main rules of successful training of your pet are: patience, a desire to understand each other, and again patience. Always remember this - and you will have a perfectly trained dog!

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