How to Train a Puppy: The First Few Things You Need to Do

Establish a Routine: Set a consistent daily schedule for feeding, bathroom breaks, playtime, and training sessions. Predictability helps puppies learn and reduces anxiety.

Potty Training: Start potty training early by taking your puppy outside frequently, especially after eating, drinking, playing, or waking up. Use positive reinforcement, like treats and praise, when they eliminate outside.

Crate Training: Introduce your puppy to a crate as a safe and comfortable den. Use positive reinforcement to encourage them to enter the crate voluntarily and gradually increase the duration they spend inside.


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Basic Commands: Begin teaching basic commands like sit, stay, come, and down using positive reinforcement techniques. Keep training sessions short, fun, and consistent.

Handling and Grooming: Get your puppy used to being handled, touched, and groomed. Brush their fur, trim their nails, clean their ears, and brush their teeth regularly to make grooming a positive experience.

Prevent Chewing: Redirect your puppy's natural chewing behavior onto appropriate chew toys and discourage chewing on inappropriate items by using deterrents like bitter sprays.


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