My Puppy’s First Days of Training: Stop Biting, Crate Training, Come, Socialization

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My Puppy’s First Days of Training: Stop Biting, Crate Training, Come, Socialization

Welcoming a new furry addition to your home can be a delightful experience. However, the training process that follows may not be as easy, especially as your puppy navigates through its first days of being a pet. The good news is that with patience and an excellent training approach, your puppy can learn to be an obedient companion. In this blog post, we’ll explore my puppy’s first days of training. We’ll look at how I approached the training, the challenges I faced, and how I overcame them.

 

Stop Biting:

One of the first things I set out to do when my puppy arrived home was to stop it from biting everything in sight. I strategized by providing my puppy with bite toys, and whenever it bit something that was non-toy, I would replace it with one of the bite toys. I would also say “no” firmly whenever it bit me or other people. This approach worked well, as my puppy learned quickly that biting non-toy items is not acceptable.

Crate Training:

Another critical aspect of training my puppy was crate training. I started by introducing the crate gradually, allowing it to get used to the space. Whenever I noticed that my puppy was getting restless, I would put it in the crate, and after a while, I would let it out again. Gradually the frequency of crate time increased, and my puppy became more comfortable with the concept of being in the crate.

Come:

Teaching my puppy to come whenever I called its name was crucial, especially when we were outdoors. I did this by calling my puppy’s name, and each time it came to me, I would give it a treat. After repeating this exercise several times daily, my puppy learned to associate coming when called with receiving a treat.

Socialization:

As a new puppy mom, I knew socialization was important. To acquaint my puppy with other dogs, I would take it to the park and let it interact with other puppies. I would also invite other pets to the house to get my puppy used to the idea of sharing its space with others. These socialization exercises worked well, and my puppy learned to be comfortable around other animals.

Puppy’s First Days of Training

In conclusion, training a puppy can be an enjoyable yet challenging process. My experience with my puppy’s first days of training showed me that patience, consistency, and kindness are key to seeing positive results. As a puppy parent, remember not to be too hard on yourself or your puppy, as setbacks are bound to happen along the way. However, with the right approach, you can enjoy a harmonious relationship with your furry friend. Good luck!

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Louie Montan

Meet Louie Montan, the dog-loving, beer-drinking, travel-writing extraordinaire behind Great White Website Services. As a full-time blogger, Louie's passion for all things canine shines through in every post he creates. But don't let that fool you, this creative mind is also well-versed in the art of travel and knows how to appreciate a good glass of cold beer with friends. And of course, no writing session is complete without Sage the Bed Tester by his side, providing invaluable insights and snuggles as Louie crafts his witty and engaging content from the comfort of his home office.
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