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3 easy things to teach your brand new puppy!

Ah, the excitement of welcoming a new puppy home! It's a time full of joy, games and, yes, challenges. But don't worry, I'm here to share my experience and give you some tips for navigating this new chapter in your life. So, sit back, relax and let’s embark on this adventure together.

Once upon a time, there was a little puppy named Bruno. Bruno had just arrived in his new home, far from his mother and siblings. Everything was new to him, and he was still trying to understand this big world around him. That's when I realized how essential patience and understanding are when welcoming a new puppy.

I spent a lot of time with Bruno, playing with him and showing him a lot of love. It helped him feel safe and loved, and it made training much easier. I understand that building a strong bond with your puppy is essential. Everything you do will be built on this foundation.

Then it was time for training. One of the first things I taught Bruno was his name. This is important because it helps them understand that you want their attention when you call them. I started by getting his attention, maybe by making a little noise. When he looked at me, I said his name and rewarded him with a treat. I repeated this process until he began to associate his name with the attention he gave me.

Once Bruno knew his name, it was time to teach him some basic commands. “Sitting” is a great place to start. Many dogs sit instinctively, but the idea is to teach them to sit specifically when you ask them to do so. I used a treat to lure him into a sitting position, then said the word "sit" while he did it. I rewarded him with the treat and lots of praise.

After Bruno mastered “sit,” we were able to move on to “lying.” The process is similar to teaching “sit.” I used a treat to lure him into a lying position, then said the word "lying" while he did it. Again, I rewarded him with the treat and lots of praise.

Remember, training takes time and patience. Some dogs will learn commands quickly, while others will take a little longer. The main thing is to be consistent and patient. And don't forget to make training sessions fun for your puppy. After all, a happy puppy is a trainable puppy!

Finally, don't forget to take care of your puppy's dietary needs. Every dog ​​has unique dietary needs, so be sure to choose a high-quality dog ​​food that suits your pup's needs.

Welcoming a new puppy home is a wonderful and exciting experience. It’s a journey filled with love, laughter and learning. Remember, patience and understanding are key. Take the time to build a strong bond with your puppy, and make training a fun and rewarding experience for both of you. And above all, enjoy every moment of this special moment. After all, they are only puppies once!

And this is how Bruno became a full member of our family. Every day he learns new things and brings us so much joy. His arrival was a real turning point in our lives, and despite the challenges, I wouldn't change this experience for anything. So, if you are considering welcoming a puppy into your life, I say to you: go for it! It's an adventure you'll never forget.

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