The Ultimate Guide to Training Your Puppy.
The first step in training your puppy is to name him or her. Choose a name that is easy to say and will be easy for your puppy to learn.
We will now introduce some of the most popular dog breeds, which are known for their intelligence and obedience, as well as their suitability for different types of homes.
First Day Home with a New Puppy
The first day home with a new puppy is an exciting time for both the owner and the pup. It can be overwhelming, though, so it’s important to plan ahead and be prepared.
There are many things you need to take care of on your first day home with a new puppy: find food, set up a bed and crate, pick up poop, teach them basic commands like sit and stay. You should also take some time to introduce them to the house. They need to know where they can go potty and where they shouldn’t go (like your bedroom).
The best way to start off your first day home with a new puppy is by making sure that you have all the necessities for their needs: food bowls, treats, toys, etc.
Feeding & Nutrition For Your Puppy’s Health and Growth
A dog’s diet is an important aspect of their health and growth. The best dog food for puppies is one that promotes the healthiest development and provides the right balance of nutrients.
The two main types of dog food are dry kibble and wet canned food. Dry kibble is a good option for owners who are short on time or want to be able to feed their puppy on-the-go. Wet canned food provides more fresh meat, vegetables, and fruits than dry kibble does, but it can also contain more sodium, sugar, and preservatives than dry kibble does.
In order to make sure you’re providing your pup with the best diet possible, we recommend consulting your veterinarian or a pet nutritionist about what’s right for your pup based on age, size, breed type or lifestyle
Teaching Your Puppy Basic Obedience Commands
For a dog to be obedient, it needs to know the basic commands. These basic commands are:
Sit – The dog sits in a sitting position on its hind legs.
Down – The dog lays on its stomach with its paws stretched out in front of it.
Stay – The dog stays still and does not move from the spot it is standing or sitting at, even if there are distractions around it.
Come – The dog comes to you when called, even if there is something else more interesting going on around them.
Heel – The dog walks next to you and does not pull at the leash as they walk with you.
Off/Leave It – If a dog is chewing or playing with something they should not be, they should be told this command so that they will stop what they are doing and move away from the object of their attention.