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Training and educating a dog is a difficult but fun activity that requires patience, responsibility, attitude, understanding and mutual trust. If you want your new pet to be a model and well-mannered dog, you need to teach it not to bark unnecessarily, not to attack people, not to do its own business outdoors, and so on. As soon as you bring a new dog into your home, you should start training it immediately. The earlier you instil new rules of behaviour, the more likely it is that it will follow them throughout its life.

The first week at home

The first few days of having a dog at home can be difficult. You will need a number of things: a dog bed, food and water bowls, dog food, a leash, a muzzle, toys, etc. It is equally important that all family members agree on their responsibilities and daily routines for the care and education of the new pet. The most important thing for a puppy that has recently grown up with its mother is to feel safe and stable in your home daily routine. Give your puppy a separate space to live in, lined with newspaper or paper, with bowls of food and water, and toys everywhere.

Play gently and calmly with him. If you see the dog doze off, leave it alone. Small dogs need plenty of sleep. They are very receptive and sensitive, so don’t waste time and start educating them. Just don’t let your pet behave the way it wants to just because it is young and small.

Home training

It will take time and effort to train your puppy to behave properly. The best home training tool is a puppy bed. To start with, keep your puppy confined for short periods of time, occasionally taking him outside to toilet train him to defecate outside. If the puppy succeeds, don’t forget to praise him. If not, put him back in his bed. Keep doing this until the dog gets used to this schedule. After a few days, your pet will get used to holding its urine and faeces for longer. However, do not hold him for too longin a sealed bearing. Never scold your dog if he fails, as he may stop defecating and urinating in front of you, making the training process more difficult.

The puppy’s education will be successful when he starts to go outside on his own. If you notice this, be sure to show your pet attention. If you ignore it and do not try to understand what it is trying to tell you, it will continue to behave indoors. You should see the first signs of your pet asking to go outside after 1-2 weeks of intensive training.

Teach your dog not to bite

Puppies bite when they want to play and when they are teething. They need to learn not to bite before they are 4 months old. Puppies have a need to play and frolic with other dogs. During this time they bite each other and have to learn to control this habit. If a puppy becomes too aggressive and boisterous, it will immediately receive the same response from another dog. This happens naturally and is a process we cannot control or influence.

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