Why Labrador Puppy training is essential?
Puppy training is an essential part, and if you need help, then be sure to follow some of the ideas which I implemented to train my Labrador puppy at home.
Although they are best suited as family dogs, some pups can sometimes be stringent and playful. Hence to make them a well-behaved pooch, they might need extra attention and firm behavior while training.
So, let’s discuss some of the most frequently asked questions on Labrador training.
Are Labradors easy to train?
Outgoing and always eager to impress their family, Labradors make a great family dog and are very easy to train.
They are also knowledgeable and take less time to differentiate between good and wrong actions. Hence, be sure to train your pup the moment it comes to your home for a beautiful experience.
You can also teach them a few interesting tricks. However, be sure to train them by implementing effective training methods properly.
What do I need during training?
A perfect training gear must contain a pet clicker, a quiet environment, and lots of treats. Usually rewarding them after each successful command encourages the pup to make it a habit.
You can also choose to provide them with chewy toys or games that require mental stimulation for an enhanced concentration.
However, when it comes to your part, you must have loads of patience and must get rid of your lazy schedule if you want a well-behaved pup.
When can I start house training my Labrador puppy?
A puppy between 12 to 18 weeks old is best considered for house training. During this age, they tend to be more cautious and can easily understand their surrounding.
However, if you have adopted a dog or rescued it from a shelter, then it is never too late in training your new pup or dog.
While teaching them, be sure to shower him with praises and rewards. This will help them in forgetting their past and trusting you again.
Is crate training a good way to start Puppy training?
A quiet place is always right for your Labrador Puppy training session, as it will lead to reduced distractions. So, if you don’t have regular access to calm environments, then crate training can be done within the house.
This will ensure that your pup only listens to you and hence takes less time to be trained.
What should you never do while training your pup?
It may take about 4-5 months to complete your Labrador puppy training and your pup being responsive to your commands.
Hence, I would suggest that you have patience and never yell or use any harsh punishment in case it doesn’t go as you wish. Using such methods will not only make the pup afraid but will also make him/her unpredictable and less likely to trust you.
Hence, to keep him in practice, you should regularly practice the commands without giving in to your lazy schedule.
What is the best training method for these pups?
If you have a Labrador Retriever in your home, then subjecting the pooch to a Reward-based training method might be the best option for you.
Giving them treats will not only encourage them to be on their best behavior but is also likely to strengthen your bond.
How to Potty train my puppy?
After each meal, take your pup to the outside so that he can empty himself. While doing this, you must make sure that the puppy goes to a specific place so that he can recognize it as his toilet area.
This behavior, when taught regularly, can quickly train your pup to do his business in the specified area only and not within your house.
To ensure that your dog doesn’t forget this behavior, you can also reward them with delicious treats. It comes under an essential part of pet wellness.
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