Teaching Your New Pet How to Recognize Their Name and “Come.”
Ringing in the New Year can be a glorious act filled with a variety of aspirations for the year to come, and for some people, this means welcoming a new puppy. Puppies are the epitome of joy (at least before the housebreaking process begins) and can bring laughter and love into your home. However, it’s important to take their training seriously to ensure everyone involved lives is safe and happy.
Two crucial aspects of training that will help your dog adjust to his new surroundings are to quickly learn their name and to “Come” when called. Other important aspects such as basic training and introducing leash training are equally as important, and can all be taught within the first year. Below we break down ways to help your pet understand their name and how to “Come!” so you can get your training process started!
It’s vital that your pet understands their name. Whether welcoming a new puppy home or rescuing an older pooch from the shelter, teaching an animal their name will help keep them safe and create a closer bond with their owner.
Teaching Your Dog the “Come” command
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