Why it's Important For New Dog Owners to Take Dog Training Seriously
Urgent Press Release For Dog Owners:
Are searching for answerers to your dog training problems? Well then you've come to the right place. Most new dog owners think that training their dog is going to be a difficult, daunting task, and for most new dog owners it is, but it doesn't have to be that way. The choice is up to you! The early stages of your dogs life should be a happy time for the two of you. You shouldn't to deal with dog training problems, especially since dog training mistakes are easy to avoid if you are armed with the right information.
A dogs first year is very critical because it is going to set the stage for the rest of his life, and it will ultimately determine what kind of companion a dog is going to become. Most new dog owners unknowingly making mistakes when they begin the training process. These mistakes lead to problems that make the first year of their dogs life a confusing and trying time for both the owner and the dog. However, learning what you need to avoid doing in order to prevent these behavior problems from occurring is a lot easier than you might think!
Training mistakes that go unnoticed, and never get corrected are often the most crucial mistakes. If your puppy doesn't seem to be "getting it" when you start potty training him, then subtle mistakes that you might be making could be the culprit. Don't worry though it is not uncommon for new puppy owners to experience these kinds of setbacks. Just don't forget to remember that certain training mistakes will affect your puppy's ability to learn, his behavior later on in life, and they can cause accidents in the house to go on for what might seem like forever.
The experiences that a puppy goes through during the early stages of his life, define the kind of dog, he will become. Believe it or not the potty training stage is an extremely crucial period in your puppy's life! Training mistakes that are made during this period can result in behavior problems taking place later on in your dog life. More often than not these behavioral problems that some dogs experience later on in life, are often traced back to the puppy training stage. Here are some typical problems that are the result of puppy potty training mistakes:
* Going to the bathroom in a remote location of the house.
* Waiting to use the bathroom until he is inside of the house.
* Reliving himself inside of his crate.
* Excessive barking or whining when he is in the crate.
* He is overly submissive with you.
* He acts scared, or he exhibits fearful behavior.
* He seems to ignore your commands.
* He turns around and heads the other way when you call him.
* He is constantly displaying obsessive or compulsive behaviors.
* He displays some forms of aggression towards you or other dogs.
Most of the dogs that develop these problems, do so, because of training mistakes that went undetected, and were subsequently reinforced because they were repeated on a consistent basis. In the end it all boils down to the training, along with the dynamics of the dog owners relationship with their dog that cause a puppy to end up as an adult dog with these behavior problems. however with the appropriate training, and a good upbringing these problems won't be part of your dogs life.