Parent puppy training
Parent puppy training should begin in the first months of his life.
It is necessary to help the puppy pointer to get used toThe surrounding world, to accustom him to the noise of cars, to strangers and in general to everything he can face in life. At this age it is useful to teach the puppy a walk on a leash.
And if you show enough patience -The results will not be slow to follow. Only walks need to be done in a quiet, peaceful place, where nothing can distract your pet. It is important not to require a puppy to make a stand and take a trace, as well as not to force him to perform excessively complex exercises.
The puppet puppy, like our beloved child,You need to play, have fun, show curiosity. ... Serious training should begin at a more mature age. If you want to teach a puppy an apportion it is enough to take a rag or rubber ball and toss it in front of you - the puppy without any team will catch up and take it to the mouth.
At this point it is desirable to call the puppy to himself,Showing him some delicacy, reward him. Then throw the ball again. Just do not need to overwork the baby with these exercises. When the puppy is a little older, you need to teach him to walk next to him without pulling the leash.
Exercise will require you to a certainPatience and - most importantly (!) - abstaining from the use of force. So, in the most general outlines, the early period of dog rearing should look like. For real training - you need to turn to a professional in this field.