Young puppy training during the first week house has great deals of "do's". But in this video clip, we're going to help you to learn the "do n'ts" These are several of the common blunders that puppy proprietors make when they initially bring their new four-legged relative house. The initial day house, the very first week home, are a few of the most essential times to set your young puppy up for success!
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00:00 DON'T Let Your Young Puppy Lear These Things Their First Week House
02:21 You CAN'T Allow Your Pup Learn To AVOID You
05:07 Show Your Puppy That Incentives Come In All Sizes And Shapes
06:42 You CAN'T Let Your Puppy Learn That Jumping Is Rewarding
07:50 Do Not Allow Your Pup Learn That The WRONG Points Are Rewarding
09:05 You CAN'T Let Your Pup Learn To Pee Inside
11:09 Don't Allow Your Young Puppy Learn That The Pet Crate Is Optional
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