Just like vaccinations or everyday activities, training is one of the human tasks of a dog once he decides the dog to be his friend. It must be ensured that the dog, owner, and his family will live together harmoniously. Dogs must also be trained to get used to and live in the various rules that exist in the surrounding environment. Puppy training should start at the right time when the learning ability is optimal. Train a puppy should be done one stage at a time. The puppy has a limited concentration capacity. Successful training depends on fun and compliance. Puppy naturally likes to play, this opportunity must take to make him “work” without coercion through a short exercise. In addition to the game, which allows training the dog with cheerfulness, in the learning process, we also must not ignore the desire of the puppy to get the attention of his master and also pleases him. Puppies who arrive at home are generally not trained to remove the dirt where the owner wants it. If the dog has thrown away his dung at home when his master is not around, there is no point in scolding him when you find him later. Strikes are only effective if puppies are punished immediately after removal of dirt. Puppies that will be trained potty train a puppy, should be taken out every two hours and after eating to where you want your dog to remove the dirt.
The rule to remember is that puppies should still be treated as dogs, unlike humans. Rewards increase motivation and facilitate training. To be efficient, it must be significant to the dog, that his master should compliment him with a touch of hands and a warm tone of voice in sync with success in practice. On the other hand, reprimands should be given to punish wrong behavior or harmful behavior but should be used only if the dog is caught doing so. It should be noted that positive reinforcement with rewards is far more effective than negative reinforcement with punishment. The language used should be tailored to the animal, with simple, short and often repeated commands. That way, the dog better understands the tone given to the words than the meaning: the tone used must, therefore, change depending on whether you give orders, congratulate or rebuke. Making a move is also an effective way to communicate with dogs.
The first point a puppy should study is his name. Right on the first day, the calling of his name will be followed by a fun moment to encourage your dog to run the command. You have to be careful about the consistency of your orders. What is forbidden should not be tolerated subsequently by anyone in the home. These three basic commands are practiced with puppies with straps/chains. More than a command, “here / here” is an invitation to return to his master to receive a sweep or reward: “here / here” must be associated with a positive attitude, but requires a lot of thoroughness. You should start by associating “here / here” with the feeding and then switching from the fence home out. If a puppy does not obey the “here / here” command, leaving it in the opposite direction and hiding will make your dog feel nervous, and your dog will return very quickly!