A dog is very similar to a television remote that needs to be programmed to work with a TV. They already have the correct abilities, but they aren’t synced correctly out of the box. Your dog can already do these things, they just need to be shown how to do them.
If you in the crate training phase of your training program, you can use a few techniques to speed it up. If they shy away from the crate, try placing a chew bone and shutting its gate when they are not inside. Your dog will want the bone and will be unable to resist entering the crate. After your dog goes into the crate, give positive reinforcement to increase the chance that he will go into the crate again.
Always ensure your dog is getting enough exercise. Dogs can get bored very easily. Dogs that are bored are not easy to train. A dog that is happy, and gets the attention that they crave, will be a better behaved and attentive dog. Go for long walks and runs with your dog.
Teething can be painful which is why your puppy chews on things, so always give him a choice of chew toys to keep him from getting into trouble. Offer your puppy a variety of acceptable items to chew on. If teething is causing your dog a great of pain, give him a frozen washcloth to chew on and relieve the pain.
Use consistency when you are crate training your young puppy. When the dog is let out of the crate, it is necessary to give him a chance to relive himself right away. Your puppy will eventually become able to relieve itself less frequently.
Hopefully you now feel more capable to train your dog after reading this article. Dogs love to make their owners happy, and a happy owner is one with an obedient dog.