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All dogs need proper training, and training your dog doesn’t have to be arduous or expensive. Whether you are sharing your home with a new puppy or an adult dog, it’s never too soon to start training your dog. Most dogs are happier with the structure and confidence that comes from training.
It can feel overwhelming when you first begin to work on dog training. If you’re unsure where to begin, develop a week-by-week schedule to help you get organized. Each week, choose one or two basic commands to work on. Plan to make some adjustments to your dog’s environment in order to prevent or modify behavior problems.
Introduce a Crate
If you haven’t already been using a crate, the first week of training is a good time to introduce one. The crate is a good tool to manage your dog’s behavior when you aren’t there to supervise. Take a little time each day this week to let your dog get used to the crate, and begin letting it sit in there for a few minutes at a time. Your dog may eventually prefer to sleep in its crate.
Start leaving the dog in its crate for longer periods of time, but no longer than a few hours at a stretch. Be sure to leave some fun and interesting toys. Continue using the crate throughout your dog’s training. Most dogs enjoy having a sanctuary of their own. Crates also can help with housetraining, since most dogs will not defecate or urinate where they sleep.
Get Some Toys
Figure out how you want to reward your dog. Clicker training is an effective method, but it’s possible to use rewards without the clicker. Before you start teaching commands and tricks, try a wide variety of toys to provide motivation to your dog. Make sure to include some things such as Kong toys or Buster Cubes, which provide some mental stimulation. This will keep your dog mentally engaged, which is important, especially since most owners are not available to play with their dogs all day. Don’t give your dog all the toys at once. Introduce toys this week, and then rotate the different toys each week throughout this process so your dog always has something new and interesting to play with.