Useful exercises for puppies

Learning to eat on command

This command is very important to establish your dominance over the dog. You are the leader of the pack, the one who brings the food and the one who sets the procedure of food intake. Jack trained to eat on command, never growl at the master during the meal, even if you want to pull out of his toothy jaws tasty delicacy. 

Give your puppy the command "sit". When he obeyed the command, put the bowl in front of him. If he gets up to the food, take a bowl and give the command "sit" again. Repeat as long as the puppy will remain in the "sit" position in front of a bowl. Then give the command "eat" or "can", inviting Jack to a bowl by the movement. Praise him when he starts to eat. 

Training to obey

This exercise is useful for the early installation of a dominant-subordinate relationship in a pair of dog-owner. 

Your little Jack excited to play and can’t calm down. Take him up, sit down, put him on your lap his belly is up, his head is up to you. Hold him to your knees, clutching the breast. He will break out. Do not abuse him and do not try to calm him down. Be dispassionate and calm. Wait until the puppy relax completely under your hand and stop trying to break away. Only then release him and do not forget to praise lavishly.


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