Have you just arrived home from a long day of packing and taping your puppy to the floor? You have just made a long and tiring trip out into the city so that you can take your puppy for a nice long walk. He has been jumping up on you like crazy and begging for some attention.
However, when you return home to your apartment, you find that your puppy is still there. Your puppy is staring at you, chewing your shoes, and not letting you have a piece of his food. You are feeling totally lost right now. Your puppy seems to love you and now it is hard to figure out what to do.
I have been in this situation once before and I want to share some advice with you. My dog is so big and cute that it has the potential to become the best friend that you could ever have. When I was first introduced to my dog, I was so happy that I brought him home. He was my first dog and he seemed to want to cuddle up with me all the time. I was so proud of my dog because he quickly became my little guy. I had always heard that you should not let your dog get too close to you because they can choke you or cause damage to your face. However, my dog was so cute that he would often let me pet him and that was great.
As soon as he let me pet him, he would nuzzle up against me for a little while until I got tired. I noticed that whenever I would leave my apartment, my puppy would chase me in the street. I never had a problem until I brought my puppy home. Now, my puppy runs out after me and will
even jump on me. I asked myself why is my dog doing this? He doesn’t want me to give him his food. He doesn’t want me to leave the room and just wants me to love him. When you bring your puppy home, you may think that it is going to be the best experience of your life.
When You Bring Them Home
However, as soon as you get your puppy home, the puppy will begin to look for you everywhere and will be sniffing at you all the time.
Instead of wondering what your puppy is thinking, you should sit down and really figure out what you want for him to be at home. First, sit down and try to think of everything that you want your puppy to do. It will make you think more clearly if you are sitting down and paying attention to your puppy instead of running away from it. Once you know what you want, then you will start to train your puppy. The first step is to spend lots of time with your puppy so that it will become accustomed to you being around all the time.
In order to be able to say yes to everything your puppy does, you will need to train your puppy to stay with you all the time. This is where praise comes in very handy. Praise your puppy when he does something good, especially when he eats a bone or even jumps on you. After you give your puppy plenty of praise, he will eventually stop jumping on you when you go out of the room.