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Meeting the Childrens 

Often children do not realize they should be very careful with a puppy. A responsible adult should always be present to supervise when children encounter a puppy or playing with him.When you bring your puppy home it is recommended that children sit and let the puppy come to them. Explain that they should not frighten the puppy suddenly moving or being  loud.They should not run to him, or try to take him in their arms. Tell them that the puppy probably climb on them if they sit on the ground.

Presenting older dogs

If you have an older dog and he lives in the house for a long time, it may have difficulty sharing space with a new puppy. He may be unhappy to see a newcomer and may growl, bark and try to hurt the puppy.

Or maybe your dog is quite friendly and warm welcome the new puppy. Some dogs become friends immediately and can play and sleep together.

Until you know how your dog will react, it is prudent to take precautions to ensure that your puppy is hurt or frightened. Try to make presentations at a neutral location (outside your home) or your older dog will not be as protective.

The court of a friend or the park are good places . Keep both dogs on a leash and make sure the power contrôler.Let them feel and look. Do not shout after your older dog if he does not react the way you expect. Give plenty of time to get used to the new puppy. Dogs have their own rules and teach your dog your puppy has certainly, in the same way that his mother helped him learn growling.

Supervision

Do not rush to leave your puppy loose in the house.

Confine your puppy

Confinement in a part of the house where you spend your time will normally prevent several incidents in regard to cleanliness and chewingWhen you are in the kitchen, you can not see that your puppy needs to go out if he is in your rest room .Also you will not see that the puppy is in the process of chewing the carpet in the living room when you prepare dinner.

Supervised exploration

Allow your dog to explore your home, but only in your supervision.Block space for your puppy with the help of  babies barriers.If you are away or you can not supervise the puppy   place your puppy  in his crate.Renforcing  his good behavior often means  stopping bad one.

The cleanliness of your puppy

Remember that the majority of accidents are caused by too much freedom, to soon.Confine your puppy to one or two rooms where the family spends most of its time.

Place your puppy in his crate when you can not supervise

Maintain a regular schedule for meals.

Take your puppy outside  from his bed in the morning, after a nap or a meal, and before bed at night.

Reward your puppy when he relieved outside.You should go out with him to congratulate him immediately.

You should never punish  a puppy that had a accident. You rather  find a way to prevent your puppy to  eliminated inside.

Don `t wait until your puppy asks you to go outside.Most puppies learn to ask the door up to it that they learn to be `clean` inside. Make him go out on a regular schedule.