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Welcome to Day 19!


Author: MyPetTrainer.com Staff


Welcome to Day Nineteen!

Inch by inch, it’s a cinch... yard by yard, it’s hard. Wise and prudent wisdom for so many things in life, including teaching your puppy. Today’s Perfect Puppy talks about how using, "Small Steps Build Success." Be sure to read this article before you read today's Training For Success column.

Stay! Freeze! Stop moving! Today we begin a three‑part series on teaching your puppy to stay. Learning “stay” is a difficult concept for dogs of all ages to learn because it’s really teaching inaction rather than action. This three‑part series of articles will instruct you how to teach “stay” using the Three D’s of Dog Training. Read more in today’s Training For Success column, "Stay – Part 1."

Do you need to introduce your puppy to your adult dog? Socialization For Today, "Introduce Your Puppy to Your Adult Dog" teaches you the steps to make that first meeting a successful and great introduction for a long time friendship.

Bedtime got you down because your puppy is up? Does her whining for attention have you rifling through the bathroom cabinet looking for ear plugs? Read today’s Understanding Your Puppy column to learn what you can do about, "Bedtime Whining."

Ok, kids! You’ve learned how to recognize your puppy’s body language, as well as how to touch and reward her. Your column today in Kids & Puppies will teach you and your friends, "How to Play with Your Puppy."

Please enjoy your Day Nineteen newsletter. The staff of MyPetTrainer.com is here to support you, your kids and your puppy!

Together in success,
The staff of MyPetTrainer.com

 
Other Related Articles:
Stay – Part 1
How to Play With Your Puppy
Small Steps Build Success
Introduce Your Puppy to Your Adult Dog
Bedtime Whining

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