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Training a PuppyA well-trained dog is the most desirable kind of dog to own Some people take an older dog that is already trained although most people find puppies irresistible Puppies are like new born babies and they know nothing except the bare essentials how to eat sleep and play Most owners want their dogs to be able to heel sit stay come on command and most importantly to be potty trained This is not an easy task to accomplish but with much time and effort spent on the training these goals can be achieved Training a puppy to obey is a long process which requires lots of patienceHeeling is important if you want to be able to walk your dog in public with ease To begin to train your dog to heel you as the owner must know the proper way to hold the leash and the proper stance Place the loop of the leash over your right thumb Gather half of the leash into your right hand and use your left hand to make corrections The dog must always remain in proper heel position with his collar in line with your left hip He should remain in this position whether you are walking running or standing still He should be close to your left leg but not against it Next look at your dog and tell him Dogs name HEEL If the dog does not follow give him a quick pop on the leash and repeat the command HEEL Praise the dog as soon as he responds to the correction and is back in the heel position In the book Dog Training My Way by Barbara Woodhouse she wrote Always tell him Heel when you correct him during heeling and remember to PRAISE PRAISE PRAISE when you correct If the dog does not comply with your commands never hit or beat the dog Simply make the corrections and praise the dog Woodhouse also
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