Did you know that if you train your pug incorrectly, your healthy and obedient pug could turn into a disaster to you and your family? It doesn’t take months for a pug puppy to acquire bad stinky habits that will haunt you for years.

Every dog needs training. So does a pug dog. The best time to train your pug is the 1st day you own it. Usually pugs are brought into homes when they were 8 weeks or older. Wouldn’t you want your pug to follow every of your commands from the very 1st day?

Then, establishing your authority and commanding attention are essential. These two rules are the core foundation of house breaking your pug. For some of you, success comes easy, but for others, even if you have laid out solid groundwork, you might not be guaranteed an obedient pug. If you are frustrated about your pug’s bad stinky habits, then these 7 sure-fire tips will help you transform your pug’s behaviours in less than 30 days, if you apply them consistently throughout your pug’s training programme:

1) Start training your pug puppy at early stage. Old dogs can learn new tricks, however, the earlier your pug is introduce to proper house-training, the quicker your pug will learn.

2) Communicate with your pug puppy. Talk to pug like how you would talk to your children, when they were toddlers. Pugs are able to sense and receive both your verbal and non-verbal communication. Sounds odd? Well, no actually, it’s quite simple. For example, just say your pug misbehaves. You could simply say “no” with a deep angry voice. As awkward as it may seems, your pug will sense it. You must then, show her what the correct actions are. These will help her to distinguish between the right and wrong actions.

3) Reward your pug for listening to your command. Give them the credit by padding her forehead or around her neck. Give your pug a variety of rewards. It could be her favourite food, toy or treat.

4) Increase the frequency of rewards to your pug. Research showed that the more often a puppy is rewarded, the faster and more efficient the learning process becomes. Look for instances to reward your pug through praises or treats. For examples, if your pug is lying down quietly and minding his own business, praise her. Look for opportunities to praise, not to punish.

5) Feed your pug regularly, especially when it is at puppy stage. Keep you pug puppy hydrated throughout the day. When times allow, bring your pug for a walk and say, “Go potty” just before she is eliminating. Pat her to give her the encouragement.

6) Never punish your pug! Teach your pug using positive and motivational methods. Proactively training your pug will yield greater results than reactive training. This means, when your pug is doing well and behaving properly, pro-actively reward your pug. On the other hand, do not sympathize with your pug’s bad behaviours.

7) Play with the pug! Pug loves playing. It is vital that whenever practising any obedience training and upon finishing, the owner should enjoy a play time with her pug. You can run or play tug-of-war with your pug during play time.

These 7 amazing secrets will put your put on right track to obedient training. Don’t waste any more money to enroll your pug for obedient training lesson when you can save them easily. It will also reap you the opportunity to create a lasting and loving bond with your pug. So, it does pay to house training your pug.

Good luck!