Posted on: November 5, 2020 Posted by: Kimberly Thibodeaux Comments: 0

Discipline and good behavior are not just for your Dog they apply to you, the pet-parent too. Buying a dog is not all “cochie coo” business — it signals the beginning of a lifetime of commitment and responsibility.

1. Love your dog unquestioningly. Treat him like a friend. Never hurt, punish, beat, or abandon him. Seek professional help if you are ever pushed against the wall – there are feasible solutions to everything.

2. Ensure good nutrition.

3. Take an informed decision about spaying/neutering.

4. Give him good veterinary care. Half-yearly check-ups, vaccinations, dental check-ups, and more.

5. Ensure that all his papers are in order – get him an ID and license.

6. Training is a key to a long and fulfilled life.

7. Groom him every day or as many times as necessary. Grooming is one way of bonding with your dog.

8. Socialize your dog from day one – this will help him be comfortable around other people and animals as well as in public places.

9. Devote at least 30 minutes every day to play with your dog.

10. Ensure that you are a lawful dog owner– obey all leash, vaccination, and noise pollution laws.

11. Always clean up after your dog – it prevents infections.

12. Exercise your dog for at least 30 minutes each day.

These golden rules will help you grant the boon of a good life to your dog and believe me a dog that leads a well-balanced life hardly ever develops any behavioral problems.

Whether you are a first-time dog owner or a seasoned veteran, your learning never stops as far as it comes to training your dog. Each and every dog presents different training challenges, and the more equipped you are to handle these training issues the more likely you are to prevent any permanent and long-term future behavioral problems.

If you are serious about your dog and want the very best for her/him, then you owe it to your best friend to get a copy of this FREE Dog Training Mini-Course. You can still get it from here:

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