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    Training Labradoodle Puppies

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    Training your Labradoodlecan sometimes be tricky because they are playful and excitable by nature. Thisarticle will teach you a few tips on how to control and train Labradoodlepuppies.

     

    One thing you have toremember when trying to train a Labradoodle puppy is that their ancestors arewolves. Wolves have genetic characteristics that have been kept alive forgenerations and whether you like it or not these genetic traits are embeddedinto your dog’s brain at some level.

     

    These inherent genetictraits affect the way that your Labradoodle sees the world and how he interactswith it. Your Labradoodle puppy is making judgements everyday that you mightnot be aware of; he will be watching how you feed him, where you let him sleepand even how you answer the door. Your Labradoodle is watching your leadershipand you have to keep being the leader of your Labradoodle will start tochallenge your authority.

     

    The more your Labradoodleunderstands that everything he needs comes from you the better and you will bemuch less likely to experience behavioural problems. A good way to make yourauthority clear is to ask your dog to sit before you pet him and you can makehim wait for permission before running out of the front door.

     

    If you want to make sureyour Labradoodle puppy doesn’t beg at mealtimes then you should make him waitin his bed throughout the meal and only then will he get any treats from thetable. By making your Labradoodle lie down and ask permission for everything hewants then you are building the foundations of a dog which listens and obeysyour commands.

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