Best Free House Training Puppy Tips (Video)

Written by Senior Editor Peter Gehr

Some of the most efficient and effective ways to potty train your pooch are shown here in this best free house training puppy tips video. My advice to dog owners in the early stages of puppy training is to realize that the little creature in your care is freshly taken from his mother, and is feeling insecure and generally confused with life.

However, if you provide an instant loving connection with your pet, he/she will begin bonding with you as he did with his/her mother. In fact, you will now play the role as pack leader and “mother” to your puppy. This is where your pet will find both security and a sense of belonging–which is critical to a dog’s very nature.

Best Free House Training Puppy Tips Video

Following the steps in this best free house training puppy tips video will render success in one of the most important processes in the life of your puppy. These habits will be foundational milestones that will help your pet to learn the house rules and expectations from an early age, and this sort of progress and education is not only useful to you as the householder, but is very stimulating and rewarding for your puppy as he learns to please you–which is his desire and purpose in life.

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Best Puppy Training: Don’t Forget to Train Your Kids

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Best Puppy Training: Don’t Forget to Train Your Kids

Best Puppy Training: Don’t Forget to Train Your Kids

When considering the best puppy training: don’t forget to train your kids. It’s vital for parents or caregivers to take the time to help kids understand that dogs, any dog, no matter what the breed or size, may bite if antagonized or handled incorrectly. A well-intentioned pet owner may not actually be fully aware of what their dog would do under certain situations.

I’ve personally been bitten by dogs that ended up being more of a surprise to the owner than to me. As a dog enthusiast and familiar with the way dogs can react, I’m always aware that even the sweetest looking pooch can react suddenly out of fear and uncertainty. This may result in a bite and if it happens to be a child, it could have serious consequences.

Best Puppy Training: Don’t Forget to Train Your Kids

Teaching children how to behave around dogs is a more effective way of reducing attacks than banning dangerous breeds of the animals, according to an article published in the Medical Journal of Australia.

Researchers, led by paediatric surgeon Professor Roy Kimble, studied data which showed that between 2003 and 2009, 186 children were admitted to Queensland hospitals after being bitten by dogs and 98 per cent required at least one operation under general anaesthetic.

More than 93 per cent of the children were left with permanent cosmetic scarring. Patient records did not always record the breed of the dogs involved in attacks but breeds commonly mentioned in articles included Rottweilers, German shepherds, cattle dogs and the bull terrier group.

However, data on other breeds and cross-breeds showed that any dog was capable of biting.

Professor Kimble said laws which targeted specific ”dangerous breeds” were not based on whether the breeds were inherently dangerous, but on those breeds which had been traditionally used for fighting.

”Breed-specific legislation fails to take into account that any breed of dog can be dangerous in the hands of an irresponsible owner who fails to provide good and early training,” he said.

”Further, these restrictions may create the risk of higher numbers of unregistered animals or irresponsible owners simply turning to other breeds.”

Professor Kimble said dogs should be taken to obedience classes and taught to obey commands from all family members.

Dogs used for hunting or as guard dogs should not be allowed to mix with children.

Children should be taught to:

  • Ask permission from the owner before slowly approaching an unfamiliar dog
  • Never to run from a dog or scream
  • Stand still if approached by a strange dog and, if knocked over, roll into a ball and lie still
  • Avoid eye contact with the dog by looking at their own feet
  • Not to disturb a dog that is sleeping, eating or caring for puppies and
  • Not to pat a dog without supervision or without allowing them to see and sniff them first. Click here to visit the original source of this post

These tips could save you, your child, the dog, and the owner of the dog a lot of grief. Being that so many people may potentially be affected by a dog bite (or, even worse, a dog attack). Therefore, the best puppy training: don’t forget to train your kids motto is vitally important. You should not fear a dog, but if you do not know the dog, or are uncertain of it in any way, your reaction and response will determine the outcome of the situation, and it’s imperative to pass on this knowledge to your children.

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Best Puppy Training Guide: Be a Good Pack Leader

Written by Senior Editor Peter Gehr

Best Puppy Training Guide: Be a Good Pack Leader

Best Puppy Training Guide: Be a Good Pack Leader

When I get asked what’s the best puppy training guide: be a good pack leader is always the first piece of advice I offer. You are the Alpha to your puppy, and he/she looks to you for guidance, instruction, protection, care and security. Just like the leader of a wolf pack, the subordinate dogs respect and follow their top dog and this loyalty and connection is a natural instinct instilled in all breeds of dog.

Whether you have an adorable little Shih Tzu or a massive Great Dane, puppies need you to be their leader, their Alpha.

Being a good pack leader is imperative for the mental well-being of your puppy, and this leadership is essential to maintain at all times. If this structure is not in place in the life of your pet, is when obedience issues and problem behavioral patterns emerge.

Best Puppy Training Guide: Be a Good Pack Leader

Cesar Millan says,

In 2011, I couldn’t have been more proud of Junior. We’ve traveled the world together, teaching thousands of people how they can be better pack leaders for their dogs with Junior demonstrating what it means to be calm-submissive.

Every time we do a show together, people come up to me and tell me that they would never have believed a pit bull could be so sweet, friendly, and well-behaved. And I can’t tell you how many have told me that they had never considered adopting a power breed because they thought they were scary and unsafe. But Junior changed their minds.

When the only images you see of pit bulls on the news are pit bulls who attack or are involved in fighting rings or as guard dogs for gangsters and drug dealers, it’s no wonder people are afraid. Junior has delivered the message that it isn’t the dog that’s the problem, it’s the human. And people are listening.

I hope in 2012 I can continue to introduce people to dogs like Junior, and inspire them not to pass by the power breeds or the older and injured dogs that fill our animal shelters. They need your love and your care and want to give it in return. Click here to visit the original source of this post

So, the best puppy training guide: be a good pack leader and be a responsible and caring pet owner by giving your dog what he needs to feel part of your family, part of your pack, and, most importantly, make sure that your dog is not the head of the pack as this will throw him off balance and create havoc for you and your home. Lovingly care for your dog by supporting the natural instincts to follow the pack leader.

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