Establish a Routine
Establish a consistent schedule for feeding, potty breaks, playtime, and sleep to enhance the effectiveness of training and cater to your dog's need for routine.
Socialize your puppy by exposing them to different people, animals, and environments, promoting good social skills and reducing the risk of fear
Use positive reinforcement like treats, praise, and rewards to reinforce desired behaviors in your puppy, creating a strong behavior-reward association.
Teach your puppy essential commands in short, focused sessions in a quiet area, gradually increasing difficulty and duration as they improve.
Introduce leash walking to your puppy gradually, starting indoors to get them comfortable with a properly fitted leash, then gradually transition to outdoor environments.
Consistency and Patience
Be consistent, keep sessions short and engaging, and practice patience and understanding during puppy training, as it takes time and repetition to see results.
Avoid punitive or harsh training methods to prevent fear, anxiety, and aggression in puppies, and instead prioritize positive reinforcement to promote desired behaviors.
Seek Professional Help
Get professional guidance from puppy training classes or a dog trainer for expert advice on addressing challenges and meeting your puppy's needs.