Do and Do Not Do - Training Black Russian Terrier Puppies

  • 23/11/2010

Black Russian Terrier puppies are quiet innocent in their look but bear the characteristic of great understanding, intelligence and confidence. Unlike other dogs and puppies Black Russian Terrier puppies are very easy to train. All you have to do is taking care of your puppy from the very first day you brought him to your home. The most prominent characteristic of Black Russian Terrier puppies is that they are able to learn very quickly. In fact this breed was developed with the intention to be taught easily in less time. The origin of this breed was Russian army which used this breed successfully.

Now we will discuss some basic do's and don'ts after you get your Black Russian Terrier puppies with you. Don't leave your puppy unattended anytime. First day, introduce him with his crate. Crate should not be so big that he start pee there in one side and sit in another side. Do let him walk in your house freely by keeping an eye on him. Don't let him to climb on your beds and couches. Do show your temperament at its best while dealing with him. Don't beat your tiny puppy and let him familiar with your house as well as your family.

Obviously, your puppy will pee anywhere in your house in the starting days. Be patient and try to show him with your body language that you do not like him doing this. Do note down the times when your puppy use to pee in routine. At that time take your puppy out of your house where you want to do him. Try to teach him with your body language as it is observed that dogs understand body language more easily. If he understands your meaning, appreciate him by giving him some thing to eat. This bonus will work much in his training.

Let your puppy free to pass sometime in his crate but this time should not be long enough. Make your puppy social by taking him at public places. Touch your puppy on his back, head and belly so he may learn not to get afraid when someone touches him. Black Russian Terrier puppies are much easy to taught so with these simple steps you will find great results.

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