Your job will start the moment you bring a puppy home. Puppies are good at learning and this learning process starts right from their birth. Some training and learning can begin as soon as your little furry baby can walk and open its eyes. You can start with some simple ‘’down’’, ‘’sit’’ and ‘’stay’’ obedience commands.
There’s a misconception among the masses that dog training shouldn’t start before the age of 6 months. It’s nothing but a myth with no reality. The following information may help train your puppy for the particular situations.
How to train a puppy to be alone at home?
Don’t make your puppy believe that living alone is a punishment. Show him that it’s a lot of fun without you. You can involve him in any fun activity a few moments before leaving him alone. Practice this until your puppy gets used to it and finds it fun to be alone. Wondering what activities you can engage your puppies in? Well, the internet is full of DIY pet activities that your dog will love.
How to Train a puppy for the toilet?
Some dogs are easy to train, while others need more support and time to settle into a routine. If your dog isn’t showing any progress or you are worried about any reason, it is best to consult with your vet to rule out any medical conditions. Don’t punish your dog if he doesn’t use a place reserved for his toilet. Instead, you should stay relaxed and clean the area. You could use soapy warm water or an enzymatic cleaner, depending on your preferences. Never use household disinfectants as they have ammonia, which can encourage your dog to repeat the same in the same area again.