While your dog is in a training program, you should work with them at minimum 30 to 40 minutes per day. This should be done to ensure that your dog has a really good concept of the last command that was learned, and they are
Not showing your dog boundaries and the right behavior and expectations is cruel and unfair to your dog. In fact, most submissive and aggressive dogs are largely that way because of a lack of structure in the dog’s life.
The encouragement provided by an e-collar is a static shock, a lot like to what you have probably experienced yourself on a dry winter day. It is irritating but not painful, and it is designed to get your dog’s attention, it will not hurt your
As a rule, your dog should not wear their e-collar all of the time, or not for more than 4 hours a day. Most of the time, dog parents think this rule is non-existent, so they don’t take the e-collar off the dog, allowing their
You should never hold his mouth closed when he bites you. Never stick your fingers down his throat. Never ever grab him by the scruff and hold him down. NEVER use physical pain in any way to show him who’s boss.
A rule of thumb is that a puppy can hold its bladder for as many hours as they are months old, plus one. So for a three-month-old pup, that’s four hours. You should also give them a bathroom run after they eat or drink, wake