How to Stop Puppy Biting and Don’t Do These 5 Things When Training Your Puppy

How to Stop Puppy Biting and Don’t Do These 5 Things When Training Your Puppy

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[Music] This episode of the dog training Revolution is crowdfunded by you and Sponsored by midwest Alton’s for pets Because life goes better with pets if You notice that we’ve had a lot of Puppies on the dog training revolution Lately you’re right Central to our mission is making sure That new puppy parents have all the Tools and know-how they need in order to Set their puppy on the right path and Boy do we have a dog that is a 10 out of 10 on the cuteness scale today Remington The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever And I are going to show you some of the Most common mistakes that new puppy Parents make and how to easily avoid Them if you want to help back the Evolution of modern dog training see the Description for details on how to help Us with that a lot of people make these Mistakes so no judgment tell me in the Comments below if you happen to be Making any of these mistakes click Thumbs up for another video like me on Facebook at facebook.com slash these ack Doors now let’s go get acquainted with Remington the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever and his dad James James what Is the story with Remington I’ve wanted A dog for as long as I can remember but I didn’t have everything together it Would have allowed me to have one you

Know with school and traveling for work Once everything kind of came together I Immediately started looking for one and Got lucky to find Remington it’s just The right time you work from home you Have I do yep I could spend all day with Him the only time he’s really in the Crate or way to go running them an Errand or if I get lucky enough to get If I do a happy hour or something like That but otherwise he’s pretty much out And roaming around the house my favorite Thing about the Duck Tolling Retriever Czar that they were basically bred to Play fetch honestly their job is to well I know you want to tell us what their Job is and I’m not sure he’s gonna be Much of a hunter but his job is to go Out and play in the water and the sound Of somebody playing in the water it Tracks the Ducks and so the Ducks kind Of fly down and then the hunters get Their chance to take advantage and then He goes and retrieved them after they’re Done as far as training goes how would You describe your progress so far Because you’ve only had them what two or Three weeks or something yeah it’s been A little bit less than a month we’re Starting slow and simple we’re getting Down just the nose and trying to get the Potty training and really focusing on That sometimes we have to be like no I Don’t like that but I do like this and

We want the emphasis to be in what we do Like wherever possible that takes a Little practice though Yeah for both of us my hope today James Is to go over the top five biggest Mistakes that most new puppy parents Make we can start with number five year Which is getting frustrated particularly With play biting early on this is Probably the original point of Frustration no yeah it’s very Frustrating it’s a normal emotion we all Have to deal with the play biting is so Natural it takes many weeks two months To really get a handle on play biting so It’s something we have to prepare Ourselves for I think the most important Thing to understand about about Frustration is progress cannot be Achieved when either you or your dog is In a frustrated mindset a couple other Things in this category are unwanted Chewing and potty training those also Take a long time so we have to keep our Expectations very realistic on those Things play biting is some of the most Predictable behavior there is you know When it’s going to occur oh yeah you Want to see it in his face you can’t Exactly exactly so it’s more important To show our dogs what we do like rather Than what we don’t like so in the Instance of play biting the way to Address it is when you go up to them and

You know they’re likely to bite you come Prepared with a treat you put them into A sit and you reward them for sitting in Other words what we’re trying to Communicate to them is look when I come Up to you this is what I want you to do Not bite me and before you know it he’s Gonna take you off the list of things That he’s allowed to bite there’s a fine Line between rewarding your dog for Biting on you and giving them a treat Immediately and asking them to do Something before giving them the tree Come on very good the other thing you Can do is get something like this Encourage them to chew on this but Understand they’re still gonna miss you They’re still gonna get your hand even Though you have this that’s part of the Training process when you do choose the Second option here and you opt to have Them bite on a toy like this you’re Still encouraging them to bite and They’re still gonna be in that vigorous Mood and they may even accelerate so You’ll need to make this a training Session on how to play with the right Thing you can’t be as passive as you can When you’re using food does that make Sense Treating them open-palm like this will Save your skin sincerely and Enthusiastically let your dog know when You like the way they’re behaving dogs

Detect sincerity well the more Consistent you are the faster this will Get done you need to allow two to three To four months to really get a sear Handle on the play biting let’s talk About the fourth most common mistake That I see and that is lack of Supervision with a young puppy now I Believe that everyone starts off with Good intentions on this you know the First few days we get a young puppy like This they’re still relatively small and Relatively slow compared to what they Will be in a few weeks so we tend to get Kind of content on how easy they are to Get to dogs are famous for their Curiosity so as their physical and Cognitive ability start to accelerate And believe me they do so exponentially You’re gonna be caught off guard if You’re not prepared for it you’ll want To keep them in the same room with you As much as possible and another thing You can do to really guarantee success Is to have them on a leash even in the House with you that way when they run Under furniture you can easily get them Keep them from running into another room Of course they’re gonna be times when we Cannot supervise our dogs which is why We want to make sure we have something Like a crate or an exercise pen for our Dog these are made by Midwest homes for Pets and while they’re sponsoring this

Video I want to remind you that it was Me who approached them because I really Enjoy their products I think they make The best products in this category my Favorite feature of Midwest crates is That they come fully assembled so you Don’t have to worry about taking them Apart every time you want to move them Somewhere with the exception of their Very large crate so this crate happens To have two doors check this out look at That isn’t that neat what do you think About that Remington what I love about This store did you see what happened Here it actually comes over the top so That you can put it in a corner to save Space this is a cool safety feature on This particular crate that will keep it From falling down on your puppy as well Which is really neat and I think Remington is super comfortable with the Crate already by the way when you Introduce a crate to your dog that’s Exactly what you want to happen leave The doors open let him go in and out Maybe throw some chicken in there to Encourage them to just be comfortable With it I’ll have a video in the Description that will show you more About how to introduce your dog to a Crate as well as potty training your dog Now if you do have to leave your dog Alone for many hours at a time you might Want to consider something like doggy

Daycare having a friend come over to let Them out during the day play a little Bit of fetch with them or coming home on Your lunch break giving them tired Before you leave these are all things That you can do that’ll make the Transition a little bit easier Until you can leave them alone Unattended you could even puppy-proof a Certain room in the house in other words You wouldn’t want to keep a dog in a Crate like this for too many hours but These are fantastic for potty training For sleeping at night and for containing Them safely for short periods of time And I’ll have links in the description That will tell you how to get these Products and how to learn more about Midwest homes for pets really there we Go all right I’m gonna give them a Little rest let them walk around a Little bit Thing to avoid number three is not Socializing your dog enough when they’re Young it’s so important to make sure you Bring your dog around a lot of different People a lot of different dogs and in Lots of environments I’ll have a link in The description that will give you a More detailed lesson on how to socialize Your dog mistake to avoid number two is Under estimating the amount of exercise Your dog is going to need now a dog if Remington’s age can be pretty satisfied

Playing fetch indoors and get pretty Tired However in just a few short weeks from Now he’s gonna need an entire field to Run up and down for maybe an hour at a Time before he’s satisfied mentally and Physically those muscles get big fast And their curiosity really intensifies The single biggest mistake to avoid is Giving to content with how willing your Puppy is to stay with you when they’re Under five months of age They’re extremely clinging they like to Be near you in fact that would go as far As to say that with most three or four Month old puppies you could take them to A crowded park with squirrels with birds With other dogs with other people take The leash off they’ll probably stay with You and when a person sees this Oftentimes they’ll make the assumption Gosh I guess I got lucky and got a dog That wants to be near me all the time I Really don’t need a leash but once your Dog hits about 5 months of age watch out Because that’s when they start getting Really really curious and discover that There’s a lot in this world they’re Interested in as tempting as it might be To take a leash off of your dog in an Uncontrolled setting like a park don’t Do this don’t let the habit get started To begin with control their environment For that first year of training you’re

Gonna be well ahead of most one-year-old Dogs that’s not to say you can never Ever have your dog off leash you can Have them off leash but you just want to Make sure it’s an offense area where you Can supervise them and where they can’t Get away you could also put them on a Long If you don’t have easy access to a Fenced area so if you are new to Teaching dogs I’m gonna have a playlist In the description that will give you a Step by step guide to teaching your Puppy or dog that’s absolutely Completely free as all of my video Content is make sure you subscribe so You see all of my future videos too Again that’s also free click thumbs up If you enjoyed the video like me on Facebook at facebook.com slash these act George and if you want to help promote Ethical positive dog training around the World consider contributing to our Patreon campaign patreon.com slash is Act George I’ll have all the details in The description once again thank you for Supporting our sponsor Midwest homes for Pets good job yes go get that ball I Hope you guys enjoyed the video Remington really is a special dog now if You guys have a puppy first make sure You’re subscribed to my youtube channel And then watch this playlist I made it Specifically for those who are new to

Training or those who want to train more Positively take the next week or two to Go through the videos to get a really Good idea as to your next steps in Training oh and by the way my next video Is going to be awesome it’ll likely be The most thorough video I have ever made On the topic of how to teach your dog Fetch You

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