Boston Terrier: raising a puppy
Features of raising a puppy of the Boston Terrier
The Boston Terrier is a small and non-aggressive dog, gentle and loving. However, this does not mean that they do not need to be trained and educated. The upbringing of a Boston Terrier puppy should begin on the first day the baby appears in your home.
These dogs are sensitive and emotional, so the main method of raising a Boston Terrier puppy is a carrot, not a whip. If you offend the baby, he will be very upset, and even a scream injures this dog.
Raising a Boston Terrier puppy is an easy and enjoyable task, as representatives of the breed tend to please their beloved owner, but the dogs are not without some stubbornness. This makes the process of raising a puppy more interesting, but at times can be difficult.
Parenting a Boston Terrier puppy at home
The education and training of a puppy of the Boston Terrier is possible both at home and on the site.
The first rule of raising and training a Boston Terrier puppy is to familiarize him with the rules of conduct at home. Next, you need to master the basic commands: “To Me”, “Nearby”, “Sit”, “Stand”, “Lie”, “Place”, “Fu” and “It is impossible”. This minimum is necessary for the safety of the pet and your peace of mind. An untrained Boston Terrier can cause many problems and suffer from its own frivolity.
The Boston Terrier puppy is an active, restless creature. Keep this in mind and be patient.
Start training and training a Boston Terrier puppy in a familiar place with a minimum of irritants, and only when the skill is learned, practice it in a new environment.
Do not skimp on the praise! Promotion is the main method of raising and training the Boston Terrier.
Do not drag out the lesson, do not wait until the pet is tired and loses interest. It is better to practice with the Boston Terrier several times a day for 5 minutes, than 1 time per week for 1 hour. If the lessons get boring for the puppy, he will stop fulfilling your commands.
If you can not cope with the education and training of the Boston Terrier, use the services of a specialist who uses positive reinforcement methods in his work.
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