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How to train a teddy dog

2018-03-13 08:00:26

Prepare a toilet for the dog in advance, that is, prepare a large flat plate, lay a plastic sheet on the bottom, and lay a few old newspapers that have been infected with the urine trace of your dog in advance, and then put it in the corner of the corridor or in the toilet or bathroom. Teddy dogs learn best when they are willing to learn as puppies and don't pick up bad habits. Start training from the first day your dog comes to your home, don't wait until six months to start basic training. First of all, give your dog a suitable COLLAR (COLLAR), so that it has a comfortable, own nest and appropriate toys, bones... Let's wait.


The initial training program was designed to coincide with the feeding time, with only simple commands taught at first, and only food from the main meal as a reward. Don't bribe your dog with treats in the first place, this will backfire. After a few days, most dogs will come up to you and sit down when it's time to eat each day. In order for your dog to get along well with other people and animals as a puppy, you must be able to master the situation. You are his master, but he is not your master. In the early stages of training, familiarize your dog with the future life pattern.


Some dogs learn indoor training quickly, but others take longer to learn. If your dog is an adult and has not been indoor trained, you should treat it as if it were a new teddy. If your dog makes a mess in the house, it is still not possible to scold him physically, but loud and strong verbal scolding is quite enough. Because if you punish your dog after a mistake, it will only make him more nervous and afraid of you. Also, you need to know when the paparazzi will need to relieve themselves. When your dog has woken up, eaten and played, take him to a selected spot to defecate, and then you must be responsible for cleaning up.


If you want to avoid defecating indoors, you can keep it in the dog cage until you have time to take it. When your dog defecates, you can tell her to [hurry up] and give her a compliment. Soon he learns that when he hears [faster], the dog defecates. Timeliness - A dog will avoid soiling its own nest. When you are very busy, you can put her in the dog cage and give her some toys. But you have to time it carefully, and let it out to relieve itself when necessary. When choosing a dog cage, pay attention to whether the size is suitable for your dog, because if it is too big, the dog will make a mess of the extra space.


Spread newspaper - When your dog has learned to defecate outdoors, asking him to defecate indoors on newspaper will confuse him. If possible, train the dog to defecate outdoors, but if the situation does not allow it to be resolved indoors, let the dog out of the cage and teach it to defecate in retaliation.


Use newspapers to teach paparazzi defecation skills - first cover the selected spot with newspapers, and when the paparazzi go on it for the first time, it will leave a smell. After a few times, if you find that your paparazzi's toilet area is about the size of a teddy dog, you can slowly start narrowing the newspaper area down to the size of a newspaper. This way your paparazzi can claim to have received a basic lesson in indoor training.


Go to the bathroom - If the paparazzi suddenly looks down to sniff the ground around them, it means they need to pee. Reward immediately - When taking your teddy out to relieve yourself, you can talk to him as you walk, or grab a toy to keep him from popping out on the road. Give encouragement and praise right after. Get into the habit - dogs need to go out to relieve themselves after sleep, play, or especially after eating and being cooped up for too long, usually three months old teddy dogs need to relieve themselves every three hours.


To many people, a CRATE may look like a prison, but for dogs who have learned about CRATE TRAINING since childhood, it is their favorite and the safest place to be. The cage should be the most comfortable place, never put the dog in the cage for no reason, they will see it as punishment. (Why do many dogs fail to adapt to their owners' commands, because whether the paparazzi can come out or not, it is also seen as a punishment. That being the case, when they come out they mess up, even though they know they'll be punished, but they're just in a cage.) Cage training can make indoor training more successful, but also reduce the potential for paparazzi vandalism, and make it easier for the dog to go out with you. If you have time to refer to some foreign dog books, you are also very much in favor of starting to use CRATE TRAINING as a puppy.


1. Before starting cage training, put a cushion in the cage, put a water bottle, some fun toys and bones to chew on, and the cage door must be opened. 2. Order the dog into the cage and then lure it into its new den with tasty cookies. The cage door must be open so that the dog can get out at any time. 3. Once the dog gets used to the dragon, it will go in without your urging. 4. Close the cage door for a few minutes while the dog is having fun. But put the dog cage in a busy place in your home, such as the kitchen. 5. The dog is relaxed and falls asleep in a safe dog crate. A cage-trained teddy dog should not be kept in the cage for more than two hours during the day (unless it is absolutely necessary, but let the teddy dog out after returning home from work). 6. After getting used to the crate, the teddy dog is willing to stay in the playpen. Some dogs can't stand the small space in a crate, but this is less of a problem with a teddy.