Maybe you just adopted a new puppy and are wondering what you can do to train them to listen and obey you. If that’s the case, check out the list below for some tips on how to train your puppy effectively and quickly.
- The most important thing to remember before putting time aside to train your English Bulldog puppy is to understand how training works. Training your puppy can either be extremely challenging or a good learning and bonding experience, the choice is yours. If you go into the training process with a positive mind and believe your puppy will listen and respect you, you will have a positive experience. Try to keep that in mind when dealing with the difficulties of training your puppy.
- Once you understand the basics of training, the tricks, commands and how to properly use them then you will gain a basic understanding of how to train your puppy to listen to your commands. Training requires a large amount of patience and time, so if you are lacking either of those qualities, then maybe a professional trainer will work out better for you and your English Bulldog puppy.
- Start off with simple commands, once your puppy listens and follows your commands then you can start to move on to behavioral issues. If your puppy is nipping or aggressive at times, take the opportunity to discipline them and teach them that their behavior will no longer be acceptable. Once you show that their actions are unacceptable, they will start to listen and respect you.
- If you train your puppy effectively, they will actually become addicted to listening to you. It may seem like a stretch but it’s true. Once your puppy sees they are making you happy and proud, they will want to keep making you proud and will continue to strive to do better.
- Training your puppy can also give them the confidence they need to interact with other puppies and other people as well.
- In a puppy’s brain, training can release endorphins and make them feel happy and energized throughout the day. They will also be more focused on you and your commands, as well as staying involved in the training process.
Tips for Training Your Puppy