When it comes to house training, crate training is an excellent option.
Train your puppy every moment you can. Set up a bed separate from the rest of the crate, and don’t let your puppy go to sleep until they’ve gone potty.
Never scold your puppy for accidents, as this will only teach them to associate going to the bathroom with negative feelings.
Positive reinforcement can be used to correct undesirable behaviors in your puppy.
It teaches your dog self-control and predictability. For example, if he barks at a person who walks by your house, he will get a shock collar, so he will be less likely to do so in the future.
By providing him with a different reward when he performs a desirable behavior, he will learn to associate the sensation with a positive outcome.
One of the best ways to use positive reinforcement with a puppy is clicker training. This method is effective because the clicking sound is more noticeable to dogs than a verbal cue.
You can find training clickers in many pet stores and online, and they are inexpensive. Keep in mind that training your puppy will take time, so be patient with him. Also, make the process fun for both you and your puppy.
A training session should last about ten minutes at the most.
Trial And Error
Trial and error is a common method in solving problems.
It involves making many small and repeated attempts until you find something that works. This method is the most effective if you are able to apply a little knowledge and patience.
But it can be quite challenging. It can lead to frustration and a lack of confidence in your ability to train your puppy.
To use this method successfully, you must understand the way your puppy learns. If you want to teach your puppy to stay inside, you should first understand how it thinks and responds to human commands.
It’s normal to expect a dog to learn the same way you do, but a puppy doesn’t always respond the way humans do.