Dog Training The Natural Way

Dog Training The Natural Way
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Dog Training The Natural Way

Welcome to the fun, fantastic, thrilling and challenging world of puppy rearing. From very personal experiences I can vouch for all of the above emotions plus a few more as well. You are in for what could be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. Within this publication, I hope to offer you some simple, down to earth methods and techniques to help you along in your journey. Some ideas you may have heard of before, some you may not.

Remember, there may be more than one answer or solution for any one particular question or problem that arises. Consideration has to be given to your puppy’s breed, personality, purpose of that particular breed, physical size and body structure when applying a method. I will give you as many options as I can in the various topics following this introduction section.

We stick to “Mother Nature’s” methods of correction and praise when dealing with puppies or dogs since this is the language they will immediately understand, comprehend and respect. Mother Nature’s way as we have seen fit to term it, works for all breeds. The intensity of this method will vary from dog to dog.

You will learn more about this unique method we have studied as we progress. Why Mother Nature’s method? Simply, there has been over the years as many methods developed by different trainers as there are fads from the Beatles of the 60’s to disco of the early 80’s. We are not saying that these methods don’t work but we choose to use the most natural of all.

Included in this puppy manual are such topics as:
• How to pick out the right puppy for you.

• Pre-preparations before the puppy comes home.

• Puppy proofing your home.

• Housebreaking.

• Biting or nipping.

• Proper and appropriate “Toys.”

• How to make these “Toys” work as teaching tools.

• Accurate corrections

• Discipline.

• Energy burn off

• Training equipment.

and of course.......OBEDIENCE TRAINING .........so your puppy learns at a very early age to be an acceptable member of the family and reliable companion dog.

You must keep an open mind when dealing with your new puppy. Patience is crucial but you must also think about the method that will best work for your specific puppy’s personality. Just as all people are different in character, so are puppies. What works with one pup may need to be adjusted a bit to suit your own puppy.

The important thing to remember is to discipline the puppy for an inappropriate behavior and love them to pieces the moment the behavior is altered. Just as the human child goes through various stages of development, so does a puppy as it matures towards adulthood. (ie. infant, toddler, elementary, adolescence, puberty and finally adulthood.) Good luck, have fun with your new puppy. The first five months will go by very quickly so start as soon as possible down that road of mutual “RESPECT” between you and your puppy.

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Lessons

  1. Chapter 2: PUPPY PROOFING YOUR HOME

    For the first couple days when you first bring your new puppy home, it probably won’t get into too many dangerous situations, but once he feels a bit at home, brace yourself, the curiosity level will start to overcome your sweet little puppy.
  2. Chapter 3: Proper and Appropriate Toys

    You will find it very handy and convenient to have a toy box or basket in each room that the pup spends the majority of it’s time in.
  3. Chapter 4: How to use these toys as Teaching Tools

    Try to keep in mind during your interactive playtimes with the pup, that every action, word or command carried out can become a valuable part of the pup’s schooling and education.
  4. Chapter 5: Breaking Down The Segments Of The Retrieving Exercise

    If you choose to play this game, ensure your winning then return the article to the pup for his use and amusement. Otherwise, avoid the game altogether.
  5. Chapter 6: ENERGY BURN OFF

    Most all puppies have big bursts of energy at one time of the day or another.
  6. Chapter 7: NEGATIVE ENERGY BURN OFF

    These are definitely not fun for you but your puppy will have a real ball.
  7. Chapter 8: HOUSE BREAKING

    It is a good idea to find out if possible , exactly what the puppy s environment was before you brought him home.
  8. Chapter 9: Helpful Hints to make the task easier

    When your puppy wakes up from a nap, even a 5 minute snooze, almost every time he will have to relieve himself.
  9. Chapter 10: Biting or Nipping

    Almost all puppies want to bite, chew or nip at their owners hands while they re being handled.
  10. Chapter 11: DISCIPLINE AND LOVE

    As the puppy’s owner and master you will want to raise that pup to be the very best that it can be.
  11. Chapter 12: ACCURATE CORRECTIONS

    Various corrections have already been described in the other topics you have already read.
  12. Chapter 13: EARLY OBEDIENCE TRAINING

    The methods and exercises you’re learning in this puppy manual are designed to teach your puppy to respond to your commands, love, discipline and praise because he respects you, not because he’s afraid of you or because he thinks he will get goodies if he pleases you.
  13. Chapter 14: HOUSSEN’S PUPPY PRE-SCHOOL TRAINING

    The exercise and topics covered in this manual are designed for puppies 8 weeks to 4 months old.
    1. SESSION ONE

      Step One: The Leash “Warm-up”: Attach the leash to the puppy’s collar and you remain in place. If the pup is rambling and out of control.........
    2. SESSION TWO

      Step One: “LET’S GO”,advance to “Heel”: The commands for this exercise are the same as in Session One, but with 2 significant changes in the positioning of the puppy.
    3. SESSION THREE

      Step one: “Let’s Go” -Using the Long Line: Continue using this exercise at the beginning of every training session so that the pup has a chance to burn some energies off.
    4. SESSION FOUR

      Step One: ” Let’s Go” and Long Distance Recalls: Continue using the long line for “LET’S GO” and energy burn off but try to change the locations whenever you can so that the pup gets used to being around different distractions. (mall parking lots, farm fields, parks, etc.) The more your puppy is exposed to the more balanced he will become.

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