Owning a puppy is a long-term commitment and a lot of work. It’s also very rewarding. Along with taking care of a puppy comes training your puppy so that you can help them stay safe and healthy and interact safely with others. Here are 10 basic commands every dog should know.
Category: Puppy Training
There are tons of commands and tricks you can teach your puppy. As they learn and master the basics, you can then expand to more complicated tricks. When it comes to the basics, “leave it” is an important command for your dog to master. Here is how to train your dog to “leave it”.
Agility training can be active and rewarding, in addition to enforcing good habits and relationship building. Before you get started, ask yourself these three questions to see if agility training is right for you and your dog.
For active individuals, being able to have your dog run with you is the dream. Check out our quick guide on how to train your dog to run with you to get up and running!
Begging is a common behavioral issue with dogs. Some dog owners like it, but, for some, it can become frustrating long-term. Here’s how to train your dog not to beg.
Should you crate train your dog? Absolutely. How you do it, however, may be a bit different than you think. Here is an introduction to crate training your dog.
You can’t make your dog stop barking completely. But, you can target specific behavior and train your dog to stop barking in certain situations.
Training your dog to walk off-leash is an enticing idea, but getting there is hard work. Consider these factors before you start off-leash training.
Young kids and puppies can go together like peanut butter and jelly. But, usually not without any preparation. With this guide, both will be happy campers.
There is really no single way to train a dog, and it can seem overwhelming if you’re new to it. These dog training techniques will get you started.
Getting a puppy is an exciting time for everyone involved, but it’s also a big responsibility. This guide to the first 6 months with your puppy will help.
Little dogs are tiny and adorable, but they come with a lot of big responsibilities. If you’re looking for a small breed, you need to know these things.