Puppy walking

The sooner you start your puppy walking training, the better because it can prevent your pet from developing bad habits. You can only do this after about six weeks after receiving all the injections. The first outdoor adventure was a real adventure, and this puppy was very excited about the new world just opened for them.

First, you cannot go out without a collar and belt. This may be new to your puppy, so place the collar around your neck while you are still at home. Make sure it is comfortable and not tight to avoid squeezing your neck, but tight to prevent it from slipping. Before you start taking your puppy out, wear a collar to get used to putting something on your neck. Let them walk around the house. The natural response is to try to take it off by chewing or rolling on the floor. It would be shameful if the puppy could chew the collar.

Once your puppy is used to the collar, it’s time to introduce it to the leader. Taking the same steps, the puppy may shake the lead slightly and will definitely try to bite the lead, but a firm stop command should be done with a little persistence. You are the owner, and the puppy asks you for guidance. They need to understand the difference in your speech level and pitch, so when you want to order a puppy to do something, it should know and understand immediately.

When you first venture out, you may find it pulling in a different direction. This is normal because it is looking at a variety of objects and hearing sounds it has never heard before. Do not expect too much in the beginning, and this is the first time that puppies will not go straight and ignore everything around them. Make them curious, and they will soon adapt to the new environment.

Even puppies have very little power and are likely to lead. They don’t know where to go, they are very excited and want to get there as soon as possible. You should avoid getting the puppy back in the lead. This is fine for old dogs with strong neck muscles, which many dog ‚Äč‚Äčtrainers are practicing. For puppies, you should be gentler. Pulling puppies around their neck can cause long-term injuries.

When your puppy begins to pull, slow down and stop walking. Slap your legs at the bottom to order the puppy to return to the area. When you do this, you can praise him. Your puppy doesn’t need to treat you when you do what you tell him. Puppies and dogs love praise, so you can reward him with it. If he won’t come back to you and continue pulling, continue to repeat the process. Puppies learn very quickly, so if they want to walk, they must do it methodically. Once they pull, you stop. They will master it soon.

It’s time to cross the road, and that’s a good habit for your puppy to sit down. You can do this by training the puppy’s bottom. If it lies down, put it back in and try again. You hope to train your puppy to lie down in the future, so you don’t confuse the two by telling your puppy to sit down. The command is to sit. Practice makes perfect. You will need patience and perseverance. Imagine that you will go a long way in the future, which will make you spend all your time training your puppy.