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  1. As a completely new puppy owner I appreciate all the advise in this article. I would like my family dog to get well trained and have a healthful environment to live in. Thanks for the tips.

  2. Thanks. It is a really good idea to start training your dog when it is young – a puppy. Great way to avoid behavioral problems later!! Good for you and your dog.

  3. Glad to hear google indexed this article. Hope it helps people to train their dogs!

  4. I have tried what you suggested. I have a 12 week old puppy, we just got her 2 days ago and potty training is going alright, she seems to bo catching on, but the seperation anxiety is getting worse. She follows me room to room and is always at my feet. If I put her in her crate she howls and whines for up to an hour, or if I clost the door so she cant follow me she scratches at the door. At night we crate her, and she will yelp and howl for at least 40 minutes. And by then I usually move her crate next to the bed and sleep with my hand on the top. I know that is a wrong solution and I am probably just teaching her to do it until I give in, but she wakes the kids every night, and we are so tired… what is the answer to achieve a calm self assured and crate trained dog?

  5. So you need to follow through on your training. First you MUST decide what kind of behavior you want from your dog. If it is OK for her to sleep in your room that make that the norm.

    If you don’t want her to sleep in your room you will need to have more will power than your dog. You are training your dog to whine continuously because eventually you come and get her. If you are going to get her anyway, just do it right away, don’t wait 40 minutes.

    If you don’t want that behavior, then you MUST not give in. She will get it.

    Have you tried putting some of your clothing in her crate so she smells your scent or have a ticking clock nearby? Some times that is soothing to the dog.

    So your dog is training you. Be more persistent that your dog and you will train her. Don’t worry. She is OK.

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  7. I have 4 pugs,and 1 samoyed and they all bark and we can’t make them stop!I need some advice.

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  10. A great checklist for all those training their dogs. Seems like I’m pretty good at most of these, though not all consistently or at the same time. I think I’ll have this list with me the next time we do our training work. Thank you!

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  14. A great and well detailed post :)

    If you want your dog to prevent biting, you have to spend some time with your dog.. Knowing dog’s behavior is the perfect idea to know the reason behind dog’s aggressiveness. This will help you and your dog in a playful mood..!!

    Thanks for writing on this wonderful topic :)

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