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Sue Venn Puppy training tips

Owning a puppy is not always easy and knowing “what is the right thing to do” can be very challenging. Especially with all the advice and mixed messages that come hand in hand with owning a puppy.

If you’re not keen or are unsure on the behaviour your puppy or adult dog is displaying, please seek professional advice. As 95% of the time most unwanted behaviours is down to misunderstanding and with the right advice most unwanted behaviours can be quickly solved. You can contact us if you would like to talk to Sue the behaviourist. buttonrequestacallback1

Here are some useful puppy training tips

Be as consistent as you can. Training needs to be followed through, even into adulthood.
Never stop socialising your puppy even as an adult dog.
Practice training in different places, not just in the home. This is so you can learn how to motivate your puppy in any situation
Most puppies learn at different rates, so be patient.
Aim to get your puppy house-trained by 14/16 weeks.
Feed a good diet.
Stay away from high protein treats or coloured treats.
Keep excitement low key. Over excited play can teach your puppy lots of bad habits such as jumping up and mouthing.
Use high prized treats to your advantage and for short periods.
Lean how to motivate your puppy.
Exercise your puppy mentally and physically.
Your puppy will need to learn how to socialise on and off the lead.
Don’t be put off by a bad experience, keep trying or seek help.

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Here are some useful dog training tips:

Always be consistent as you can. Training needs to be followed through.
Set consistent and fair boundaries in and outside your home.
Train for short spells on a regular daily basis.
Handle and stroke and groom your dog every day.
Be patient. If you find yourself getting frustrated and annoyed with your dog, stop and walk away.
Don't compare your dog to anyone else's.
Lean how to motivate your dog.
Exercise your dog mentally and physically.
Feed a good diet.
Keep in mind that dogs do not speak English.
Just like us dogs learn at different rates, so be patient.
Practice training in different places, not just in the home.
Don’t be put off by a bad experience, keep trying or seek help.

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