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Bringing home a new puppy can be a great experience for your whole family.

It allows you to form a bond with a new addition to the family and everyone loves to have a new confidant, a puppy to play with, and so much more. But no matter how cute and cuddly the puppy may be, you do need to be careful about training them early on. Without the right training, the puppy is going to assume they are the ones in charge, and you could end up with a lot of trouble with the puppy down the road.

 

 

This guidebook is meant to help you with all training needs that you have. Whether you have just bought the new puppy home and need some pointers for getting started or you are now deciding that the bad behavior has gone on too long and you need to be the one in charge, this guidebook has easy steps and tips that you can follow to get your puppy trained and acting like a model citizen. While you will need to spend some time and remain consistent with your training, it doesn’t have to be as hard as you think to make your puppy behave. So when you are ready to get your puppy to behave the right way, make sure to read through this guidebook and learn just how easy it can be to get your best friend to act the way that you would like! Chapter 1: Reasons to Train Your Puppy Bringing home a new puppy can be an exciting experience for the whole family. You are bringing home a new family member who the whole family plans to know and love, and you not only want to ensure that they feel like the puppy is getting the love and attention that they need, but you also want to ensure that they are going to behave and abide by the rules that you set out. To help your puppy learn the rules of the house and to understand how they are supposed to behave, you need to go through and learn the process of training your puppy. There are many reasons why you should consider training your puppy. No one wants a puppy who won’t listen to them, who goes to the bathroom in the home, or who is aggressive and causes other issues in the family. Let’s explore some of the reasons why you should train your puppy to get them to be a model citizen in your home. Creates a Bond A good training schedule will make it easier for you and the puppy to create a bond, no matter what age or size the puppy may be. You will need to get this in place early to help the puppy feel who the person in charge is and help them to feel comfortable in their new environment. When the puppy is unsure about how they are supposed to act and behave in your company, they will start to act out and not know who to trust. On the other hand, if you start out with an early training schedule with your puppy, you will find that they are much easier to work with and will remain loyal. Your training schedule does not have to take up a lot of time and energy, but it does need to remain consistent, especially in the first couple weeks. These are the weeks when the puppy is looking at you to figure out what they should be doing. If you show them early on and keep consistent with the information and feedback, they are going to see you as their leader and the permanent bond will be formed. Makes You the Leader When the puppy first comes home, they are going to try and figure out who is in charge. If you don’t step up with the training schedule that you would like for the puppy right away, the puppy is going to assume that they are the one that is in charge and who is the leader. This could spell trouble for you and can make the training more difficult. The longer the behavior goes unchecked, the harder it is to train your puppy. The best way to ensure that you are getting the most out of your relationship with the puppy is to start out with that training session right when you bring them home. You want to be the leader in this relationship and the training sessions are going to ensure that you are the one in charge from the beginning. Keeps the Puppy Safe A puppy who refuses to listen and hasn’t had the proper training is one who is more likely to get hurt. These puppies will run into the road, run off, or otherwise get hurt by the things that are around them, often because they are not even listening or paying attention. When you have taken the time to train a puppy properly, they will listen to you and be able to avoid many of these problems along the way. A puppy who has been trained will listen. They will stay near their owner and with just a word or phrase, they can stop and stay still rather than going through with their intended actions. While the training may take up a bit more time in the beginning, it is much easier in the long run for taking care of your puppy. Training your puppy does take some time and effort on your part. You are going to need to sit down with the puppy and show them the rules of your home and you will need to stay consistent. But overall, this is the best thing for your new life with the puppy because you will ensure that they stay safe, avoid issues of aggression with a puppy who thinks they are the one in charge, and can avoid some of the destructive behaviors that many new dog owners complain about. The training schedule does not have to be intense and it doesn’t need to include a lot of different rules and commands, but having a basis in line will make your life with the puppy easier. Chapter 2: Being the Alpha When you bring home a new puppy, there is going to be a short amount of time when the boundaries are unclear. The puppy is going to be looking for who is the leader, who is the one in charge in the home. If you don’t act quickly and establish yourself as the alpha in the home, the puppy will assume that they are the alpha and you should listen to them. This is when aggressive and destructive behavior starts to occur and if you don’t take care of this issue right away, or become the alpha first, your training session is going to become a lot harder to accomplish. This chapter is going to take some time to explore how to become the alpha in your relationship with your puppy to make things easier to handle.

  

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