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Puppies come with a set of pre-installed behaviours: urinating and defecating when they feel the urge, chewing anything they can put in their mouths, whining, crying and barking if they find themselves alone, eating any food they encounter not to mention many NON-food items! These are all normal behaviours for any puppy or untrained adult dog. Notice that there is little on this list that humans are likely to approve of. Puppies need management and the safest policy with newly adopted dogs is to treat them as though they were puppies too.
All Rights Reserved. Puppy Stars Company Registration : All rights reserved. Website de by Upshot Media Ltd. Confine any puppy or untrained dog to one room, like the kitchen, to make dog-proofing the room, clean-up and supervision easier. Never punish a dog late: it is abusive. Help him get it right: provide chew toys and praise him when he uses them, take him out often every 30 minutes for a young puppy and praise and reward him immediately when he performs outside. Enrol in a reward-based training course. Get him used to being alone by coming and going many times for very short periods the first few days you have him, all done very matter-of-factly.
If you need to crate train him, do it right see our hand-out on Confinement and Crate training. Tired dogs are well-behaved dogs. If you work long hours, consider a dog-walker, or day-care. This way you come home to a happy, tired dog. Complete enlightenment! We learnt as much as our puppy - great fun for dog and owner!
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