What is the meaning of early training for dog puppies?

What is the meaning of early training for dog puppies

What is the meaning of early training for dog puppies?

From the perspective of puppies’ developmental characteristics, the first year after birth is the fastest-growing period, and it is also the prime time for it to learn and accept. During this period, the puppies are easy to train; they have low strength and no bad habits. Training them can get twice the result

(1) Development of smell. Puppies from 4 to 5 months of age can begin to develop and train their sense of smell. They are curious about the external world. You can allow them to consciously smell strange things, to create the puppy’s ability to identify items in detail; if this opportunity is missed, Puppies have become accustomed to the external environment, the training effect will not be as good.

Using food for training is the most fun for a puppy. Bring the ham sausage or beef jerky that he/she likes to eat, find a clean grass, give it a piece of food, and then throw the food on the grass. To get more food as soon as possible, the dog has the motivation to search for food with most concentration, use the sense of smell to find, and give full play to its ability and speed. When he/she finds food, you can reward it, and its sense of smell and ability to find things will be improved and consolidated.

(2) Dogs who have received training at their early age will be more likely to adapt to some difficult training in the future, and dogs who have received early training will be more confident when they grow up. They will have a stronger resistance to strange sounds and other distracting things.

(3) Through contact with strangers and other dogs, puppies can develop a good character and avoid barking and biting people when they grow up. Those puppies that have not communicated with humans by three months will be challenging to tame their wild nature.

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