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Training puppies-it takes time for them to grow

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Would you harshly punish an infant if it wasn't as well-behaved as an adult? Of course not! Chances are you wouldn't even think of it as them doing something wrong. Instead, you would understand that it takes time for them to grow and that they will eventually start learning. That same mindset will come in handy when training puppies as well. A puppy needs some correction, but if it's too harsh it will only confuse it or make it feel unloved. You don't want that to happen, especially when it's at this formative stage, because it could have a negative effect for as long as you have your dog.

When you punish your puppy all that will happen is that you will make it afraid of you, and then they will try to avoid you, and any trust that was there will be broken. Besides, puppies are not old enough to understand that the strike they're feeling is associated with their bad behavior.

Let's say you catch your puppy chewing on your slippers. You may be able to get it to stop chewing on them by hitting it, but only because it will be surprised by your actions. In the short term you will have saved your slippers, but you haven't actually taught your puppy anything; so in the long term it may chew on your slippers again.

Your goal, in this example, is to prevent your puppy from chewing on your slippers. Hitting and shouting don't work, but there are proven techniques for training puppies that you can use.

The first thing you need to do is stop the behavior immediately. In fact, if you can tell that your little dog is getting ready to chew on your slippers, then you need to interrupt them right away. You shouldn't do anything that's mean, but you should be firm and direct. You can say a sharp "Tsk!" and that should be enough to do the trick. If the puppy does not respond then a firm touch will work. Again, you're not trying to be mean, but you still need to get the message across.

Dogs can sense when you're stressed, so do your best to stay calm when training your puppy; even if you feel that it's hopeless. The more calm you are, the more your puppy will see you're the one who's in control of the situation. Also, you expend energy on yourself when you're tense, but you need all of your energy focused on your dog, so being calm will always make things go smoother.

The other key to training puppies is consistency. You need to be consistent in correcting the bad behavior every time you see it, and you also need to be consistent in how you correct the behavior. Remember, your puppy is still learning, and sending it mixed messages will only confuse it. It may take time, but if you follow the right methods, your puppy will eventually grow into a well-adjusted and well-behaved member of your family.

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