If you are a beginner and don’t know how to start training a puppy, this article will tell you how to train a puppy yourself and what commands to teach him.
Below we will focus on puppy training up to 3 months, that is, the article contains links to all those teams that should know each puppy is up to 3 months. If your pet is older than that age, then slightly below you will find a link to material on training adult dogs. Whatever the age of the dog, at least one month, at least 5 or 10 years, to teach her commands, always. Be careful when reading material, you will learn about all the commands that are needed in everyday life to control the puppy.
Training puppies from 1 month up to 3.
Puppy training commands start from the 1st of the month. At such a tender age you will teach your puppy the most simple but essential commands. The training takes relatively little time, most of it the baby to play and move a lot.
At a young age to train throughout the course so far is useless, because the whole mental activity of a busy puppy pranks and anything else but not obedience to the master. So give your puppy to be a child, to train him you will always have time. Now is the time podgotovitsya when the puppy is older to teach him more difficult commands and to be considerably more demanding. Continue reading
Animals loved by all children. Usually at the age of 6-8 years the child begins to ask their parents to buy him a kitten, puppy, Guinea pig, hamster, whatever it is, if only some living creature, because children appreciate communicating with animals. But many adults in the appearance of the house four-legged friend only see problems. Frightened by possible aggression from the pet to the baby, the need to constantly take care of and clean up after your pet. However, if you pick an animal that is appropriate to the child’s age, his character and interests, the most unpleasant moments can be avoided.
The role of animals in child development
A pet is not only a source of warmth, affection and a friend, but has a huge impact on a child’s development. Next to the four-legged friend, the child learns to be organized and disciplined. A pet teaches a child responsibility for others. The child realizes that the animal is not a toy. and needs daily care, feed, walk. Communication skills with a pet will help your child in adult life, he will learn to answer for their actions. Continue reading