Top five puppy training tips



Top five puppy training tips

A puppy shouldn't be kept in his crate for more than a few hours at a time. Even when you are home to supervise him, however, he shouldn't have the run of the house right away. There are too many things in a house for a puppy to chew on or hide under. Confining him to a kitchen or another small room with a door or baby gate can go a long way in preventing your puppy from developing bad habits. Remember, a puppy who gets the opportunity to do something he finds enjoyable - gnawing on your furniture, for instance - is more likely to repeat the behavior. Confinement keeps him from getting these opportunities.

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