How to improve your puppy’s behavior?

Usually, we treat dogs like babies and can spoil them with our attention. Puppies have too much energy, sometimes you cannot have control of them. It can be difficult to change a pappy's behavior.

Puppies can be so aggressive and active that it’s impossible to hug or be clothed to them. It’s kind of chaos when a dog starts jumping on and chewing on anything, including family members. It’s a negative sign if you can’t even take a dog out for a walk.

Pup needs to be taught at this early age. It’s like letting a kid grow up and just misbehaving somehow. Keeping a dog outside it’s not a solution to the problem! If your doggy bites you - this information will be helpful. We will cope with all dog’s behavior problems tougher. 

  1. First of all, never give up and continue training till you’ll get the desired result. It’s difficult but isn’t unreal. Explain the dog's exact rules, boundaries, and limitations. It’s the very basics of good dog behavior. 
  1. When someone comes to the home, the dog becomes excited. The more you look at him when he’s in that state, the more you feed on that. If you cross the hands behind the back, you will give the space for a puppy. 
  1. Present food before you put them around dogs or children. You create the impact of respect. If you can control that dog around food, you can control that dog around anything. A dog needs to learn that he can be in front of these things and he has to come out with a different response. You create the boundaries and in a few minutes, the dog realizes the importance of your words. Because nothing can excite a puppy more than food, as dogs are always hungry.

What you need to do:

  1. Put down the food right in front of the pup and make him understand that it’s off-limits and it’s forbidden to him to eat this. 
  2. If a puppy came to touch it - move it away. 
  3. Any time when a puppy comes closer just touch the side to explain to him that he did something wrong. 
  4. We consider a positive result when the food is nearby doggy, but pup doesn’t touch it. In this case, you succeed in teaching your dog manners. 

It’s the first step in teaching, and if you do this with food - you can transfer it to your child. No need to keep the dog outside, if your furbaby has learned basic rules. 

This health approach will help you to find understanding and get in control. If you want a dog to be raised with your kids, just give a chance to your little fur ones. And remember that discipline is your key to success!