Dog training for puppies is one of the important training you must give your pet. Once at home you place the bench at the resting place in the house that you have in mind for the puppy. Make sure that the bench is not in a closed room.
The ideal place for a bench is in a corner of the living room, so that it is not in the walking path, but you puppy can still see and smell it.
Do not to move the bench during the first two weeks, so that your puppy will start to trust the bench easier and faster as her resting place.
When you are playing with your puppy and notice that she is getting tired, you can invite her to go to the bench. If your puppy loves a chewing-can, you can symbolize the bench as the place where she always gets this chewing-can.
While guiding the dog to the bench, do this with a chew. As soon as she is in the bench, she gets her chewing-can. During the bench training try to leave her in the bench for the first time for fifteen minutes and the next time for thirty minutes, and so you build up the time she uses the bench.
Close the door of the bench when the puppy has calm down. Never close the door of the bench when the puppy is tense or anxious, as this can lead to fears for the dog and even build up more anxiety. Bench training requires some time and effort, but it is certainly worth it!
If your puppy begins to whine after a while, do not give her any attention.
Note: Just give her no attention if you are sure that she does not have to pee or poop. If you are not sure and your puppy has been in the bench for some time, get her out and guide her to the place where she can do this without giving her any extra attention.
Be sure to shorten the time in the bench in the future to prevent repetition. If you continue to practice the bench training for a while, you will have a trained puppy as a final result!
A bench is also very useful at the moment that you want to travel or stay overnight with friends or family. Dogs love adventures and new environments. By means of this bench training, you can take your dog anywhere without any trouble, because she always has her resting place with her.
You can compare a puppy with a child. A child knows no bounds, and a child will not go to bed on his own accord. At a certain point your pup becomes overtired and gets irritated. faster, you must not get to her too late in a time like this so that you can provide the next care she needs.
Try to make sure that you understand the signals from your pup, so that you can anticipate this early. The same applies to toilet training; when you learn to read and understand the signals from your pup, you will always be able to take a good care of the situation.
Let your puppy know that there are rules and limits. After playing, make sure that she gets the opportunity to urinate and defecate and then she has to take her rest in his bench, so that he does not get tired. A clear set rules are important for humans and animals.
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