How to Correct Dog Behavior
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To effectively learn how to train a puppy, make every training sessions consistent and short. Use positive reinforcement, such as giving praises and rewards for a job well done. But take into consideration that you are dealing with an immature animal, they can make mistakes. But then again never use harsh corrections.

Trust is very important in training a puppy. If you want to achieve a successful training, treat your puppy not as a plain pet but as a family member as well.

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