New Puppy


New Puppy

New Puppy Basics




New Puppy Love begins From the Car Ride Home.  Its exciting and perhaps a bit scary when we first get our new puppies.  Exciting because of the 1000’s of new puppy things you are about to experience from day one, and for years to come, yet kind of scary in a sense that we want our new puppies to have the best possible experience when being introduced to their new home, family, surroundings, rules and all that good new puppy stuff that comes with finally getting to bring home for good, and love your new puppy.

Your new puppy will be missing his littermates and mother, so don’t be surprised if you hear some whining and whimpering. Your job is to provide support and comfort but do not over coddle him by running to his side at every little whimper. This separation anxiety will most likely be more prevalent during nighttime so keep your puppy close by where you sleep, either next to your bed or at your opened doorway. Relentless pining can be a sign of more serious “Separation Anxiety” and should be given quick attention to lessen the symptoms and solve the problem.

Day by day your pup will adjust to the new surroundings and start to understand that he is loved and cared for by his new family and then the separation anxiety will begin to decrease. When he understands that all of his needs are taken care of it will form a human-puppy bond that automatically installs you as the alpha leader and makes him feel secure and relaxed.

As you begin teaching your puppy his name, first establish eye contact before saying his name. Remember his name is only to get his attention, not for him to come to you. When issuing commands, say your puppy’s name followed by the command, such as “Zeke come.”

Begin crate training so that he has a safe place to relax and for you to place him when necessary. RULE ONE – your puppy should love his crate so never use it as punishment. If you have to give a time-out, choose a dull place like a pantry or bathroom. The crate also aids in house-training because dogs are naturally clean and will do everything not to soil their own den/crate.

The first few days you will be busy making regular trips outside for elimination breaks, socializing him to his new surroundings, creatures, teaching name recognition, beginning crate training, adoring him and keeping him nearby so that you can avoid indoor accidents of all types. Don’t forget to supply ample chew-toys that are sized appropriately.

Potty Training




Before leaving to pick up your new canine, there are a few preparations to be completed. Choose the spot for his pen and prepare it by placing a tarp down over your carpet and then covering the area with newspapers and possibly puppy pads. In one corner place his crate, and add something comfortable such as a soft blanket or bed inside and something comfortable outside for him to lay, natural rubber chew-toys bigger than he can swallow, and finally a water bowl. If you have an easily cleanable tile area then you might not need a tarp.

The first thing you should do upon arriving home is to clip the leash to your puppy’s collar and carry your puppy from your car to the backyard and then set him down to poop/pee in the area you predestined. From this time forward, this area of the yard is where he should always be brought for defecation and urination. After he is done, give him a good boy when he begins his waste elimination, and then remain silent while he does his thing, offer a moment to smell the grass, and then pick him up and take him inside.

The best and fastest way to house-train your new puppy is to take him to his designated potty spot every forty-five to sixty minutes and see if he needs to relieve himself. If he doesn’t after a couple of minutes, return inside and then repeat about 10 minutes later. Avoiding indoor accidents is the goal.

In a few days, you will begin to understand your puppies bladder limits. The times to bring your puppy outside for urination or defecation are after playing, feedings, naps, first thing in the morning, or after he drinking a lot of water. If you can, take him once in the night when you hear him whining. Puppies can usually hold their bladders for about 4-5 hours during sleep. Dogs do not like to soil their own area and only as a last resort will they soil their crate or bedding.

Lastly, keep your puppy in sight at all times, even tether him to your belt loop by using his leash or a longer cord. This helps you notice if he is showing signs of needing to eliminate and allows you quickly to whisk him outdoors. This also aids you in observing that he is not chewing on anything other than his natural rubber chew-toys or creating other mischief.

Teething

Puppies want to put anything and everything into their mouths, and this is amplified during teething periods when the desire to chew is increased. Sometime between 3-8 weeks, their first teeth erupt, and then later around 4-6 months their adult teeth will begin to replace their puppy teeth. If during this period you notice that your puppy is having difficulty eating, add some water to soften their dry food. This is better than a sudden change in food that might upset your puppies system. Keep it simple.

As a rule, your puppy should always have three or four safe toys lying around to play and chew, and they always have a favorite that you should continually keep available. Establish early that the only thing your puppy can chew is his toys and that all human items are off limits. Rotate their toys so they seem fresh to them.

Vaccinations / Deworming

Your new puppy comes armed with some protection from diseases and germs that was provided by their mother’s milk; however, you will need to have your puppy vaccinated. You can silicate the schedule from your breeder or veterinarian. Vaccinations are a vital part of your puppy’s care and it will help prevent serious diseases. Vaccines can be core or non-core. Core vaccines are those that have been recommended by the AVMA to be given to all dogs. These include vaccinations for distemper, adenovirus-2, canine parvovirus-2, and rabies. Non-core vaccines include leptospirosis. Lyme disease and Bordetella are recommended for dogs in specific geographic locations.

Your veterinarian will go over the non-core vaccines that are recommended for your puppy, and the vaccination schedule. Several boosters will be necessary over the course of the first year in order to provide ideal immunity for your puppy, but beware not to over vaccinate and only administer the minimum necessary. I recommend doing some research as well as discussing with your breeder.

Almost all puppies have worms and need to have a deworming process performed. Roundworms, parasites, tapeworms, whipworms, and hookworms can cause anemia and weight loss that can be fatal. Heartworms can be spread by mosquitoes and live in a dog’s circulatory system, and the recommended treatment is when your puppy is aged around eight weeks.

Keep your puppy away from strange dogs’ feces.

New Puppy Vaccination Schedule.

Vaccinating Your New Puppy:

Vaccinations help prevent diseases, especially the fatal diseases such as parvovirus and distemper. The following is an example of a dog’s vaccine schedule. You should verify with your veterinarian and ask for his or her recommendations, and try to avoid unnecessary vaccinations.

6 weeks of age – 2 in one vaccine

    9 weeks of age – 2 in one vaccine

12 weeks of age – 5 in one vaccine

    16 weeks of age – 5 in one vaccine and Rabies vaccine

1 year of age – 5 in one vaccine and Rabies vaccine

    2 years of age – 5 in one vaccine

3 years of age – 5 in one vaccine

    4 years of age – 5 in one vaccine and Rabies vaccine

 

    5 years of age and up – begin annual booster and rabies vaccines every 3 years)




Spay / Neuter

then it is recommended that you have your dog spay or neutered, but it is neither law nor necessary for the health of your puppy. Benefits are keeping accidental procreation from occurring, limiting the nuisance of dogs in heat, and minimizing aggression in male dogs.

These procedures can be done as early as eight weeks, but many veterinarians prefer to wait until four to six months of age. Spaying is recommended before the first occurrence of heat.


Summary

This overview should have provided you with enough information to realize there is much responsibility that comes with dog ownership, informed, and sparked your curiosity to read further on each of the topics mentioned. I know that if you are reading this guide that you are going to make a terrific puppy parent because you are interested in playing an active role in a puppy’s life. I want to thank you in advance for being proactive in informing yourself about dog ownership, the logical next step will be to read about dog training so that you are prepared to lead and train your puppy properly.

 

New Puppy Stuff

~ The Fourteen Essentials Your New Puppy Needs Now

 

Below is a comprehensive list with a brief synopsis of the fourteen crucial items that all puppies require. A full chapter is dedicated to each of these items.

 

1. Collars

Everyone knows that all puppies require a collar and it is something that they need to begin adjusting to the first day. Since puppies will be rapidly growing throughout their first year, a lightweight, wide, adjustable, flat cotton, leather or nylon buckle collar is a good choice. Expect to purchase a half dozen or more collars as your puppy grows and you expand his training.

Different types of collars are used for training, walking, conformation shows, competitions, and everyday uses, additionally they provide a place to attach a leash and identification.

When placing a collar on your puppy, leave it loose enough so that you can place two fingers between the collar and the puppy’s neck. The collar should be snug, but tight enough that it will not slide over your puppy’s neck, and in a short time they will consider it normal always to be wearing a collar.

 

2. Leashes

Leashes are a necessity to dog ownership, and by law in some places, dogs must remain leashed when in public. Puppies are small, so select a lightweight leash that is about six feet (2 meters) in length. Begin indoors by gradually exposing your puppy to the leash being attached to his collar. This will prepare him for his first outdoor walk.

Puppies adjust rather quickly to wearing collars and leashes, but sometimes they enjoy turning them into chew-toys, so remain observant and if necessary adjust their behavior so that the only thing that your puppy chews is his chew-toys. Chew-toys should be provided from day one so that they begin to understand those are the “only” thing that they should chew upon.

The goal is that puppies enjoy their collar and leash. Your puppy should happily remain calm while you attach the collar and leash. He should not show fear or unpleasantness towards either. Leashes come in a variety of sizes, materials, and lengths.

 

3. Bedding

At six to eight weeks of age puppies do not require a lavish dog bed, a thick comfortable blanket will suffice. Whether on the floor or in the crate a comfortable blanket provides enough cushion and is easy to wash. Puppies spend a lot of time in their crates so choosing comfy easy to clean bedding is necessary.

Soon after housetraining, they will require something plush. Dog owners will find a myriad of fabrics, stuffing, and styles that will accommodate any dog and if desired add a touch of style to your home. Eco conscious puppy owners will find sustainable fabrics and stuffing. Also available are odor control, pest control and removable/washable covers in many shapes and sizes.

Beware that your puppy is not chewing on his bedding, and if the stuffing comes out, remove the bed and substitute a blanket until you have corrected the behavior and your puppy is no longer chewing on their bedding. If ingested your puppy could become ill from the stuffing.

 

4. Crates

Your puppy will be spending a great deal of time in their crate so it is important that it is the correct size and of quality construction. Crates are made from many types of materials, such as plastic, steel and fiberglass, so finding the ideal crate for your home and travel should be an easy task.

Puppies should be able to stand up, lie down and turn around in the crate but not much more. Puppies will need to be crate trained to recognize that their crate is their safe-haven and to relish the time spent in the safety of their crate. If you purchase a larger crate, you can then block the back section making it smaller to fit their size, and then enlarge it as your puppy grows.

Add something soft and washable for them to sleep on. Thoroughly clean any messes that occur inside the crate. Try diligently to avoid crate accidents. Your puppy’s crate will be used for sleeping, resting, travel, house-training and containment when left unsupervised. The sooner your puppy is comfortable inside their crate, the better it will be for the two of you.

 

5. Gates and Pens

Gates and Pens are extremely useful when a new puppy is in the house. They provide them more room than a crate but offer you peace of mind because you know that they cannot escape from the enclosure or blocked space. If kept in close proximity to you in the house, your puppy also feels connected to their new caretaker.

Wire pens can be configured in many sizes and shapes, but wood pens are limited to their four sides and fixed wall sizes. Avoid accordion style gates and pens, because if they come loose they can harm your puppy. Gates allow you to section off a space such as a pantry or work area containing dangerous materials, and gates can keep your puppy in an area.

 

6. Food and Water Bowls

Plastic, stainless steel, ceramic and glass are your choices, but stainless steel offers the most durable hygienic choice. Hydration is very important for your puppy, so always have fresh clean

Grooming dogs is something that must be performed regularly. All breeds have their individual requirements for brushing and bathing, but every breed needs their teeth brushed, ears cleaned, and nails trimmed on a regular basis. Dogs that don’t walk often on hard surfaces tend to need their nails trimmed more often. Active dogs walking and running on pavement, concrete, or climbing rocks naturally wear their nails down so they require less frequent trimming.

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“Puppy Training Stuff, The 14 Puppy Essentials, Your Puppy Needs Now!”

It is always exciting to have a new puppy. A new puppy is a great addition to any household and will provide years of joy, laughter and companionship. However, a great deal of time, energy and money is required to train and provide the care needed to keep them vivacious and healthy.

You might have already completed your diligence and decided upon the breed of your new puppy. Now you need to research and then prepare your home with the items that your puppy must have upon arrival. Being prepared for your new puppy is the correct way to make them feel loved, provided for and comfortable in their new surroundings. This demonstrates that you are reliable, which begins to garner their respect for the pack leader.

They will spend the first few nervous days adjusting to family members and pining for absent brothers and sisters. It is up to you to make that transition as smooth as possible and you can do this by already having all of the essential items in the house upon their arrival, and of course loving them.

What will your puppy need upon arrival to a new home? His new house needs to be puppy-proofed, and stocked with the fourteen essential items that all puppies need. When shopping for your new puppy, you will discover a tremendous amount of everything that a puppy needs, plus many more items to spoil your new little furry companion. Further, you will learn about the things puppies need during their rapid growth.


It is thrilling to have a new puppy and shopping for them is always fun. Whether at the local mall, pet store, boutique pet supply, or big-box chain, you will experience no problem locating the essential items that all puppies should have, but I have also included some links to assist you.

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New Puppy Help & Responsibilities

This chapter provides information about how to prepare for owning a new puppy, and navigating the first few days. Explanations that are more detailed can be found inside my breed specific dog training books.
Financial Concerns




Have you calculated the cost of owning a dog and any extra costs associated with the particular breed you are considering bringing home? Besides initial costs of purchasing the dog from a reputable breeder, there are spay/neuter and vaccination, collar, leash, crate, pen, and gate costs.

Annual costs are food, toys, possible veterinary trips, boarding, walking, and pet sitting. The average yearly cost of owning a dog ranges from 750.00-2,500.00, and any emergency surgeries or accidents can add thousands to yearly totals. That is why pet insurance is something to consider, especially with active dogs and breeds that are known to be less healthy than others are.

Before proceeding to puppy ownership, you must know that you can meet the financial obligation or it will be unfair for your puppy.

Selecting a Puppy

When choosing a breed, all puppy owners have to set aside the adorable factor and get real with themselves. All breeds have different needs and if you are unable to provide those needs then that breed isn’t the one for you.

Before you even get to the point of breed selection, you need to consider your current lifestyle and plans. If you are unable to commit time for training, daily exercise, and companionship, then at this phase in your life, you shouldn’t bring a puppy into your home. Puppies require time commitments, love, guidance, training and friendship, and it is unfair to them and you if you cannot provide it. Each year thousands of puppies are abandoned, given away, or end up in shelters on death row.


Please take the time to reflect and consider if you and your family are ready to bring home a new puppy. Your lifestyle must match your dog’s needs, and if it does the rewards of owning a puppy are significant and worth the time and effort to produce an obedient, loyal, loving puppy. However, you must be ready to make a real commitment and choose objectively. The reality and good news is that with over five-hundred breeds to choose, there will be an ample supply that fit your adorable factor as well as match your lifestyle.

Puppy Proofing the Home

You have calculated the costs and found that a puppy fits into your budget, and then you went through the many breeds and matched one to your lifestyle. Afterward, you then found a reputable breeder and are now on the way home to your house with your new furry bundle of joy.

“What should you have done beforehand?” You should have prepared your home so that your puppy arrives to a safe and comfortable environment. This is done by scouring the area where your puppy will be spending most of his time. All loose items such as coins, small pieces of plastic, metal, jewelry, and anything that a puppy could swallow requires removal. This includes backpacks, purses, umbrellas, trashcans, and any normal thing you usually wouldn’t think needs removal, but one thing you can count on is that puppy curiosity is relentless and he will explore every nook and cranny.

Next, all power and other cords need to be moved out of puppy reach, if you have to rearrange lighting then so be it. Then section off the doorways to workshops and other rooms that will be off limits to your puppy because they pose an unsafe environment. Remove all toxic chemicals from puppy height and remember when you sequester him in your bathroom to place the toilet paper, cleaners, towels, and curtain out of your puppy’s reach. If you have a fireplace, it will need to be securely sectioned off so that he cannot wander in and play in the embers and ash.

Moving forward the entire family will need to remember that a new chewing monster now inhabits your house and to keep the floor and other areas puppy proofed. This requires changing habits but saves money and frustration.

First Few Days

After your new puppy has performed his first pee/poop in the predestined spot in the yard, then bring him inside, unclip the leash and let him do as he pleases and encounter creatures on his own terms. Never force yourself or other animals on a pup, allow them to find their own comfort level and engage using their own decisions. This is the beginning of the all-important socialization process.

If you have other pets around, you should first consider placing your puppy inside his pen so that there is a barrier between him and them. The first day is acclimation to new surroundings and humans. In addition, you can expect that he will be missing his littermates and mother. Do not over handle your puppy during the first days, allow him time to adjust and engage with others by using his own will.

Beginning with the first day, establish the schedule for feeding, and outdoor relief breaks. Every forty-five minutes to an hour take him to his waste elimination spot and see if he needs to pee or poop, and if he doesn’t after a few minutes, then return inside and try again in about 10-15 minutes. Don’t turn it into a play session, because you want to train him that elimination breaks are only for elimination, this way he doesn’t trick you into going outside for his fun time. Of course, you can play a bit or let him smell the yard after he eliminates and you praise him with a “Good boy.” Next, add…Learn More

 

 

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First Step

Training Attitude

Humans know that you can achieve more with a smile and kindness than with using a frown and harsh words. This same dynamic applies to dog training.
“How do I prepare my mind for a training session?”

A few easy to remember mindset rules to establish before training your puppy are these.

1. You are not exceedingly tired.
2. You will not rush training sessions.
3. You are not pressed for time.
4. Not in a bad mood.
5. You are relaxed.
6. You are confident, calm, cool, and collected.
7. Even when flustered you can maintain your composure and physical reactions.
8. You are excited to spend time with your puppy.
9. You are able to smile and laugh at yourself and your dog.

Always, remain patient with your dog and do not force changes. Work gradually and slowly. Life is much easier for your dog if you are in charge, leading, and providing for his needs. Leading as the alpha assists in the act of working together with your dog towards the goal of understanding the rules of conduct and obedience.

An effective incentive is to make everything you do seem fun. Always refrain from forcing your puppy to do anything they do not want to do. Highly prized treats are usually a great incentive to do something, and you will find that a fun, pleasant, friendly, happy, vocal tone combined with the treats will be ample reward for good behaviors and command compliance. Other rewards are praise, toys, petting, and games.
Natural Dog Behavior (Dogmanship)

The art of dogmanship has been described as a partnership of species in which instinct and intuition are utilized over logical thought to enable work in collaboration. Humans need to be flexible and responsive, and able not only to lead, but also to follow. Humans need to open their sensory awareness and place high importance upon nonverbal communications. It is further defined as the understanding of how dogs communicate with one another in their own canine language and being able to communicate with dogs in their language.




 

When you understand some or most of the techniques dogs use to communicate with each other then you can apply it when communicating with dogs. To do this you have to be able to isolate your human emotions and put the needs of the dog at the forefront. When a dog is born into this world, environmental and genetic factors will effect that dog’s behavior. Additionally they have behaviors coded into their DNA that dictates their inherent canine behaviors. In dog-to-dog communication, every movement, growl, and gesture has a meaning. This can be extremely subtle in action and difficult for humans to see and interpret.

Although dogs are intelligent and can learn human communication methods, it is not always the most efficient way to communicate with a dog. Dogs are simpler than humans are, and it is more challenging to teach a dog to understand human communication than it is to use dog communication methods to communicate with your dog. If a person is able to be open up to the idea, then they can learn the language dogs use to communicate with each other and incorporate that into their communication with dogs. Using this method, you begin to work in harmony with the dog and their natural instincts, instead of against them.

Commonly humans forget to address or never consider what a dog’s natural instincts are. Embedded in their genetic code is the thirst for rules, boundaries, and structure. Dogs enjoy knowing what the rules of etiquette for all situations are, and having the structure of a daily schedule for walks, playtimes, exercises, and feedings. They also crave consistency in actions, and this is something that some humans will struggle with providing. Therefore, it is essential to provide your dog with the things that they need, such as physical and mental exercises, leadership, play, rule establishment and enforcement, and the essentials that are food, water, shelter, love, kindness, and all the other things that dogs need to live a fruitful life.

 


The entire family should understand the rules of etiquette for your dog so that rule enforcement is always the same. An example of failed consistency is if your daughter is reprimanding your dog for an action that you let happen, there will be a conflict in your dog’s brain. Your dog will not know which way to act and this will cause your dog distress and possibly anxiety.

Human behavior can have an entirely different meaning to a dog, and this is why commonly a dog-owner may be perplexed by his dog’s behavior. The owner is thinking in human terms and not in dog terms. Negative dog behaviors are mostly a result from something missing from their life, and instead of blaming our dog for its behavior, we must figure out the root cause of this negative behavior and remedy it for our dogs, thus showing our leadership abilities and doing our job as their leader.

A dog’s temperament is shaped by the owner’s ability to provide him with what he instinctually needs. Educating yourself about dog communication and behaviors is your first step to achieving understanding of natural canine communications (dogmanship). Owning and properly caring for a dog requires a knowledge base that has been diagramed and written about to help you learn through personal observation. Studying your dog’s behaviors and allowing your intuition to guide you will enable you to learn dog communication techniques. I am including downloadable charts and links to assist you in getting started with the basics.

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13 Easy Peanut Butter for Dog Recipes

13 Easy Peanut Butter for Dog Recipes continued: It can be quite hilarious to watch your dog eat peanut butter, that is if you have a funny-bone of your own. Yet too much of a funny thing, like too much of a good thing can be, well, too much of a good thing (for your dog). That is, when you are only feeding peanut butter for dogs to your puppy for your own benefit, whilst entertaining your friends and for that purpose only. Not you though, right? Especially now when you have access to these scrumptious and addictive 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes.

Don’t get me wrong, I am no saint when it comes to feeding my dog human foods safe for dogs, I love a good laugh to shake up the monotony I allow to distill in my life by -on the occasion- only feeding my dog “Sir Barks A lot” peanut butter for dogs simply for my own pleasure.

You might even say Peanut Butter for dogs at one time, was my own guilty pleasure, because every time I think of when I did that to poor Sir Barks A lot for my own entertainment, I now realize I was putting his health in jeopardy -a tad. Sir Barks A Lot has forgiven me, my guilt and shame, not so much.

So, before I give you an awesome list of 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes  for super cute and cool puppy parenting peanut butter dog treats; I thought I would offer you some insight as to what to look out for in a bad Peanut Butter for dogs, besides overloading his diet in mass peanut butter proportions. Certainly, you wouldn’t do [that] I understand that, but it’s the TYPE of Peanut butter for dogs, or the type of sugars or sweet additives in the peanut butter that can cause the issues. That’s why we decided to post these 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes.

What’s the Right Amount of Peanut Butter for Dogs?

Great Question! – And I am about to get to that answer.

Fact is Peanut butter for dogs in the right proportions can not only be quite tasty, but certainly in its own right very nutritious and therefore a valuable additive to its weekly dog treating routine. Just be sure to keep in mind like many human foods safe for dogs, when eaten in access, too much of Peanut Butter for Dogs can cause discomfort and even diseases such as pancreatitis and obesity.




Since I’m more of a recipe guy,especially when it comes to these 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes  just know that you need to read the labels and check for safe ingredients for your dog as well. Directly below in the #1 spot of our 13 Easy Peanut Butter For Dog Recipes list is a very simple to make yet indeed quite thorough peanut butter for dog’s recipe to being with. Of which should you choose to make it ( it’s super easy -and- fun. I promise)

 

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#1. Homemade Peanut Butter for Doggies Who Love a Good Tongue Exercise

 

What You’ll Need: Ingredients

• 2 cups of raw peanuts (the red Spanish kind)
• 2 Tablespoons of ground flax
• 1 Tablespoon of organic coconut oil

How to Roast Your Red Nuts!

Instructions:

1. Preheat your doggie bake oven to 350° F
2. Spread Your peanuts out evenly on a baking sheet.

3. Roast your red Spanish peanuts for up to 5 minutes
4. Shake and stir your peanut pan to evenly roast-em
5. Then Give it Another 5 minutes of roasting time.

6. Now they’re red hot red peanuts. Cool down on a wire rack.
7. Skins are pretty, not pretty tasty. Remove the peanut skins.
8. Place roasted peanuts with the flax seed in a food processor.
9. Goal is small pieces. Pulse your pre-butter at least 10 time
10. Turn food processor on. let it run for 1 minute uninterrupted.

11. Scrape the sides of the bowl.
12. Repeat steps 10 and 11.
13. Add your coconut oil to the food processor. (Not for tanning)
14. Repeat steps 10 and 11 – 2 more times.

15. Should be smooth as butter. Been dying to say that, you?
16. Once smooth, scoop it into a sealable container and refrigerate.
Where to Store My Homemade Peanut Butter For Dogs
Storing – Sealed Container in the Fridge – 30 Day Shelf Life.
Amount – You just made 1 3/4 cup of peanut butter for your dog

13 Easy Peanut Butter for Dog Recipes Begins with Homemade Peanut Butter for DogsNice Work!
So now you know how to make homemade peanut butter for dogs. You can now go on to make all these 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes. Isn’t that exciting stuff? I know (you know who) thinks so.  I think you are just an awesome dog loving caretaker.  Not only that, but having your own batch now, you can create ALL these other crazy-cool snacks and treats for your hairiest of friend (At least, I hope he or she is the hairiest friend of yours, then again, who am I to judge?). Finally think about THIS huh?

Plus, now you can have bragging rights because you have successfully created from scratch, your own batch of the finest peanut butter for dogs E-VER. I mean who’s going to know otherwise, right? So lets get into it now and check out my favorite soon to be your favorite 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes below.

 

 

 

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#2. Peanut Butter & Honey Dog Biscuits! -YUM!

What You’ll Need: Ingredients

• 2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
• 1 teaspoon of baking powder
• 1 Cup of natural peanut butter (w/o) xylitol
• 1 cup water
• 2 tablespoons of honey
• 1 good egg (like yourself for doing this)

Cautions:
1. Refrain from using peanut butter with xylitol.
2. Dog can be allergic to wheat and flour
3. For wheat, free peanut butter biscuits for dogs you can use rice or coconut flour as a replacement.

Instruction’s (below – after tweet embed))

#2 (cont..) “Peanut Butter & Honey Dog Biscuits!

Instruction’s

13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog treats1. Preheat your oven to 350f

2. Grab a big bowl. (Preferably not your dog’s favorite aluminum). Combine your egg, the flour and the baking powder. Add the water, honey with the peanut butter and go stir crazy on it. At least until you have your consistent stuff dough like splooge. Note: this dough can be messy as it becomes sticky, you may just want to get busy with your hands or a mixing paddle.

3. Now then. Got Your Dough? Great, next step is to roll it out about a half inch thick across your favorite peanut butter for dog biscuit cooking sheet – floured lightly to create that happy non-sticky aftermath affect. – Grab your dog biscuit shaped cookie cutter if you have one handy, otherwise your next favorite shape available – and chop away at it creating as many biscuits per square inch (BPSI) as you can.

4. No need to go for a record here on the amount of doggie biscuits you can create from this slab, we found out here at biscuit tech that the dough will still cook and taste the same un shaped as it does- shaped. – Miracles of dog biscuitry”

5. Bake for 20 minutes, until golden brown

6. Keep in an airtight container for your dog to enjoy overtime. Or you two can have a tea party right off the bat and devour the batch. It’s up to you!

That’s number #2 of our 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes

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#3. Homemade Peanut Butter Oat Dog Treats

What You’ll Need: Ingredients

·  1/2 cup of milk

·  ½ cup of creamy butter

·  1 large egg

·  2 cups all purpose flower

·  ½ cup of some top shelf oatmeal ( mid shelf’s fine)

 

Instruction’s

1.  Preheat your oven to 350f

2.  Using a blender, blend your milk with your homemade peanut butter, to 80% consistency (or so)

3. Toss your egg in and blend that oblong wonder of egg-cellence right on in to full consistency.

4. Roll out your dough on a lightly flowered surface preferably not your kitchen floor (your dog’s watching) plus you will not be able to roll it out under 5 seconds. There goes THAT rule.

5. Grab your favorite cookie cutters, ask “REX” which one he prefers (bone or cat shaped) and chop away to create your awesome dog oat treats.

6. Using parchment paper cover your cooking pan and place your dog treats evenly across the area.

7. Back for – oh-30 minutes or so, at least until your oat dog treats are browned, ready to crisp in cooling. – Kool?

 

Cautions:

13 Easy Peanut Butter For Dog RecipesIf and when milk is an ingredient to one of these 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes, please advise that milk can be tough on some tummies, you can try replacing with water or a meat broth such as chicken or beef. You can use gluten free-chickpea, rice, amaranth if you feel you want to switch out the flour as well.  At this point personally, I wouldn’t treat myself.  I like it old school Milk and flour. But always caution on ingredients for your dog. If you are not user we have some information here, but ultimately, these are opinions, not expert advice.

Also when making any of these 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes, you may even want to check with your dog doctor, vet or other dog nutrition resources when requiring medical or professional dog food dietary foods, ingredients, and overall healthy stuff about your new puppy or dog.

 

 

 

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#4. Homemade Peanut Butter and Bacon for Dogs

 

What You’ll Need: Ingredients

·  1 cup homemade Peanut Butter for Dogs

·  ¾ cup nonfat milk

·  1 large egg (or ¼ cup of applesauce unsweetened)

·  2 cups whole wheat flower (all purpose flour)

·  1 tablespoon of baking powder (for “barking power”)

·  1/3 cup of whole-rolled or quick oats

·  3 full length cooked strips of bacon – all chopped up!

Instruction’s

13-Easy-Peanut Butter For Dog recipes1. Preheat your oven to 325f . Be sure to line two large baking sheets with parchment paper or similar. Set them aside.

2. Using a large bowl, mix your peanut butter, milk and your egg together using a mid-sized wooden spoon. Add your baking powder and flour, turn a few times then work it altogether using your hands until consistency is licked. Mix the oats and your bacon in next. Expect a super thick and heavy dough.

3. Take a rolling pin (all flowered up and ready to roll) and cut into shapes using cookie cutters or freehand depending on your time, patience, and well let’s face it, like me at times when time is not of the essence, your- mood. Arrange on the baking sheets and bake for oh, a good 18-20 minutes, or until very lightly browned on their bottoms. Simply remove them from the oven, flip them over, shove them back in, then continue to bake them for another 10 to 12 minutes.

4. Allow to cool of course before serving your puppy or adult dog. You can store them at room temp up to 1 week. Otherwise refrigerate. Or Freeze them and have to go treats as- you know- you both -go on walks together.

That’s number #4 of our 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes

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#5. Peanut Butter and Banana for Dog Treats

 

What You’ll Need: Ingredients

·  1 banana, peeled (not by monkey)

·  1 cup of oat flour (all purpose flour)

·  2/3 cup of whole-rolled or quick oats

·  1/2 cup of dried parsley

·  1 egg, beaten consistently

·  3 tablespoons of homemade peanut butter for dogs

Instruction’s

13 Easy Peanut Butter for Dog Recipes1. Preheat your oven to 300 f. Then put your peeled banana in a large bowl. Using a potato masher mash the banana thoroughly until completely mashed. Add your oat flour, rolled oats, parsley, your egg, and your homemade peanut butter for dogs, stir well to combine them all. Set aside for 5 to 6 minutes.

2. Roll your yummy mixture up into -oh, roughly 24 balls by using a level tablespoon of dough for each one.

3. Using 2 baking sheets aligned with parchment paper transfer your newly rolled banana balls accordingly on your baking sheets. You’ll then want to press the balls down using the back of your spoon or heel of hand if you like to get personal with em.

4. Bake until firm and deep golden brown on the bottom from 40 to 45 minutes. Simply Set aside to let cool completely.

5. STORAGE: Options (Refrigerate or Freeze) Refrigerate in an airtight container. Or for longer time storage, you can freeze your balls for a later time. I do both, I keep 12 in 4 separate bags of 3 in the fridge using one per day, then thaw out the other 12 in the fridge before my last bag has been treated to my dog “Scoob”

 

 

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#6. Pumpkin with Peanut Butter for Dog Treats

 

What You’ll Need: Ingredients

·  2-1/2 cups of whole wheat flour

·  2 tablespoons of peanut butter

·  2 eggs

·  ½ cup of canned pumpkin

·  ½ teaspoon of salt

·  ½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon

 

Pumpkin with Peanut Butter Dog TreatsInstruction’s

1. Preheat your oven to 350 f.

2. Using your whipping whisk; whisk together your eggs, flour, peanut butter, salt, cinnamon and pumpkin in a mixing bowl. Add Water as needed to help make the dough workable, but you want your dough to be stiff and dry-ish.

3. Roll the dough into a ½ inch thick slab, and cut into ½ inch pieces.

4. Bake for -oh-40 minutes or so on a cookie sheet aligned with parchment paper.

That’s number #6 of our 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes

 

 

 

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#7. Peanut Butter and Jelly Dog Treats

 

What You’ll Need: Ingredients

·  ¼ cup of all-purpose flour

·  1 tablespoon of peanut butter

·  1 Tablespoon of apple jelly

·  1 teaspoon of chicken bouillon

·  1/3 cup of granulated sugar (make-em pretty-or-handsome?)

·  ½ crushed graham cracker

·  ½ teaspoon of corn syrup

·  1-½ tablespoons of water

·  ¼ cup of rolled oats

Instruction’s

Peanut Butter and Jelly for Dog Treats1. Preheat your oven to 350 f.

2. Using a medium sized mixing bowl, stir the graham cracker, flour, oatmeal, chicken bouillon, and peanut butter altogether

3. Once consistency is achieved, next stir in your corn syrup jelly and water. Add bit amounts of flour if its needed to create a nice consistent yet stiff-enough dough.

4. Simply take your transfer spoon and scoop the dough onto a greased cookie sheet (parchment paper works just as well). Then make either 2 or 4 treats depending on the size of your dog and his or her appetite.

5. Lightly sprinkle the treat-tops with your white sugar.

 NOTICE about SUGAR and your new puppy or adult dog:

Before ever giving you dog sugar, please be certain to ask your dog’s vet if sugar is okay for your dog first) a little is okay for mine, for looks only, but not for a healthy nutritional additive by any means.

6. Bake for roughly 15 to 16 minutes, then cool before serving.

 

 

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#8. Vanilla Peanut Butter Dog Treats

 

What You’ll Need:

Ingredients

• 2-¼ cups of whole wheat flour
• ½ cup of unsweetened applesauce
• ½ cup of cornmeal
• ½ cup of your rolled oats
• 2 teaspoons of VANILLA extract
• 3 tablespoons of homemade peanut butter for dogs
• 2 eggs beaten like they deserved it (kidding) no violence condoned on your innocent harmless do nothing but good things for you-eggs here!
• 1/2 cup of fresh and tasty water
• 1/2 cup of rolled oats

Instruction’s

Vanilla and Peanut Butter Dog Treats1. Preheat your oven to 400 f.

2. Grease up two baking sheets ( lightly, dogs get grossed out too)

3. Firstly, go ahead and mix up your whole wheat flower, rolled oats, baking powder and cornmeal together in a bowl

4. Then, lightly mix the VANILLA extract into the flour mixture along with your applesauce and water. So, “altogether now….”

5. Now – go on and stir in your Peanut butter for dogs, and eggs.

6. Take 1 minute or so to knead that dough on your pre-floured surface. (Until its not sticky anymore.) Should only take but a minute.

7. Okay now roll your dough out to a ¼ inch thick slab. Now you can cut it into about 75 (YES SEVENTY FIVE) small squares, then place them evenly-ish upon your baking sheets ready to cook-em-up!

8. Bake them for fifteen minutes on one side then turn the oven off and let them cool inside for anywhere from 30 to 35 minutes.

9. Now that both your chops are salivating, take them out, and serve them up as soon as you know they are at touch safety temperature for about 10 minutes.

10. Finally, once cooled for ten minutes, remove from the baking sheet and replace on a wire rack to cool completely.

 

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#9. Crunchy Style Peanut Butter for Dog Biscuits

 

What You’ll Need: Ingredients

• 2 cups of whole wheat flour, or as needed for consistency
• 2 cups spelt flour
• ¼ cup flax seeds
• 2-1/2 cups of warmed water
• 2 cups of rolled oats
• ½ cup of natural homemade peanut butter for dogs

Instruction’s

Crunchy Style Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees f.

2. Combine your oats, flax seeds, wheat flour and spelt flour all in 1 large bowl then stir in your water and your homemade peanut butter for dogs.

3. Knead your dough on a clean and slightly floured surface until your dough is not sticky but rather smooth.

4. Roll out your dough into a ¼ thick slab, then take your cookie shaping cookie cutters and cut your canine cookies as you desire, while placing them oh, about ¾ inches apart on a lightly greased cookie shape. Or use parchment paper if you desire.

5. You are going to want to bake these crunchy treats for at least 40 minutes with a semi careful eye on them in the last 5 minutes or so. Turn the oven off when golden browned, let cool before serving. “Yum – YUM! Dog’s gonna like this one!”

That’s number #9 of our 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes

 

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#10. Peanut Butter For Dog Birthday Cake!

Ingredients

· 1/4 cup peanut butter for dogs
· 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
· 1/4 cup of cooking oil
· 1/3 cup of honey (if ya-got-it) not necessary
· 1 teaspoon of baking soda
· 1 cup of minced or shredded carrots
· 1 egg (make it a good-egg:) like you!
· 1 cup of whole wheat flour, or white flour will do.

 

Instructions

1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees f
2. Grease up your 6 cup ring mold

3. Now then, you ready to go? Combine your peanut butter, egg, vanilla, your oil and honey (if you want to add the honey for more dog-love and sweetness) you can but you don’t need to, as its tasty without it too. Place in a large bowl and mix it well to a nice workable consistency evenly blended.

Peanut Butter for Dog Birthday Cakes4.Stir in your carrots and mix them in nice and consistent too

5. Take your flour and your baking soda and fold it all in together

6. Spoon your doggie cake making batter into your prepared pan

7. Simply bake in your preheated oven for about 38 to 40 minutes depending on your oven situation. Then let cook in the pan for 10 minutes sharp!

8. Finally turn it out onto your wire rack to cool completely before serving your very special friend, his or her very special birthday cake – and party down my friends!

9. Combine your oats, flax seeds, wheat flour and spelt flour all in 1 large bowl then stir in your water and your homemade peanut butter for dogs.

10. Knead your dough on a clean and slightly floured surface until your dough is not sticky but rather smooth.

And That’s #10 of our 13 Easy Peanut Butter For Dog Recipes

 

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#11. Peanut Butter for Dog Recipes Doggie Treats

 

Ingredients

• 1/3 cup of water
• 1 cup all-purpose flour
• 1 egg
• 1 cup cornmeal
• 1 cup corn flour
• 1 cup of warmed water
• ½ cup of natural smooth homemade peanut butter for dogs

 

Instructions

Peanut Butter for Dogie Greats 2nd Recipe 1. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees f.

2. Grab your whisk and whisk together your corn flour, flour and cornmeal in your favorite dog treat making mixing bowl – while your best friend observes carefully and patiently as he or she can possibly wait for treats, from the floor, or chair, or stool, or your purse? Or is a dog in the purse phase out now? (… erum Never mind… this rant of thinking out loud has nothing to do with the actual end goal here.

3. Lightly grease two of your baking sheets – or you can use parchment paper if you prefer. I do – as sometimes grease makes us GAG a bit. To each their own.

4. Heat your peanut butter up in your microwave while using a microwave safe dish or bowl of course. I usually set it to reheat 1 cup of water and stop it at 15 second intervals up to three times usually stopping at 19 seconds on the third go around for a liquefied peanut butter for dog’s even liquefied-consistency. Of course, be cautious, as I would assume your microwave is probably different old or new, so do what you know, it only takes a few seconds. You want

5. Next – stir you liquefied peanut butter, vegetable oil, flour, egg and water together until you achieve a stiff dough.

6. Roll it out to ¼ inch thick slab, cut your dog treat shapes with a cookie cutter of your choice ( I prefer Cat Shaped treats) Then simply place them on your cookie sheets you prepared to receive them on and toss them into the oven.

7. You’ll want to bake them until golden-brown for up to 12 minutes.

8. Allow them to cool in the oven thereafter for 5 to 10 minutes before removing them onto your wire rack to cool completely.

9. Store in refrigerator or freezer in an airtight fresh treat keeping container. I usually double this batch and break them up into separate baggies of 5 or 6 for a day’s worth of treating. (walks, good – dos, listens, and behaviors and well yes, for no reason at all sometimes.) Let’s face it – those big puppy eyes are hard to resist.

There ya have it, our #11 Dog Treat with peanut butter as a base in our list of 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes.

 

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#12. Cheddar Cheese & Peanut Butter for Dog Recipe

 

 

Ingredients

·  ½ table spoon of smooth peanut butter for dogs

·  ½ table spoon of shredded cheddar cheese (mild or sharp)

·  1/4 cup all-purpose flour

·  1/2 table spoon of apple jelly

·  1 teaspoon of chicken bouillon granules

·  ½ of a graham cracker, crushed then minced

·  1-1/2 tablespoons of warmed water

·  ½ cup of rolled oats

·  1 teaspoon of corn syrup

 

Instructions

 Cheddar Cheese and Peanut Butter Dog treats 1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees f.

2. Using your medium sized mixing bowl ( not Fido’s bowl – he’s watching) and mix together your oatmeal, your minced graham cracker, flour, chicken bouillon granules, and grated cheddar cheese

3. Heat your peanut butter up in your microwave while using a microwave safe dish or bowl until you achieve a liquefied consistency.

4. Mix it all together now, stir in your water, peanut butter, syrup, jelly to make a nice stiff cookie cutting consistency

5. Roll it out to ¼ inch thick slab, cut your dog treat shapes with a cookie cutter of your choice (once again, we at my place prefer Cat Shaped treats) Then simply place them on your cookie sheets you prepared to receive them on and toss them into the oven.

6. You’ll want to bake them until golden-brown for up to 16 minutes.

NOTE: Allow them to cool in the oven thereafter for 5 to 10 minutes before removing them onto your wire rack to cool completely.

Be sure to store in refrigerator or freezer in an airtight fresh treat keeping container for daily treating.

There ya have it, our #12 Dog Treat with peanut butter as a base in our list of 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes

 

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#13. Peanut Butter & Blackstrap Molasses Dog Treats

 

Ingredients

• 1 cup of smooth peanut butter for dogs
• 1 tablespoon of Blackstrap Molasses
• 1/4 cup rolled oats
• 3/4 cup of fat free milk
• 1 tablespoon of baking powder
• 1-1/2 cup of whole wheat flour

 

Instructions

Peanut Butter and Blackstrip Molasses Dog Treats1.Preheat your oven to 350 degrees f.

2. Combine your oats, flour and baking powder together in a medium bowl and whisk away to consistency

3. Heat up your peanut butter to liquefied form using a microwave safe dish or bowl in your microwave on a preheat setting for about 20 to 30 seconds. Stop at 15 – test, and either continue until consistently liquefied or go to step four below.

4. Add your liquefied peanut butter for dogs, your milk and your blackstrap molasses in with your other ingredients listed in #2 above.

5. Turn it out onto a floured surface and knead until you have a nice soft consistent dough

6. Now you are ready to make your cat-shaped biscuits. Roll your dough out about ½ inch thick and take your cookie cutter shape of choice, (dog bone or like me Cat Shaped cutter) and cut as many shaped biscuits as you can.

7. Place on a greased or parchment paper aligned cookie sheet and bake for up to 20 minutes until golden brown.

8. Let them cool in the oven for 10 minutes, then on your wire rack for another 10.

9. You can store them in the fridge or freezer using an airtight container altogether or you can break them up into individual day treat bags, then place them in the containers, and use as you desire for treating, training and the occasional “Good Girl Snacking!”

 

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Please let us know how you enjoyed Human Foods Safe For Dogs Peanut Butter Dog treats them, improved them or if you have any advice, comments or otherwise want to share a new recipe with us. Our dogs simply love peanut butter, and I was willing to bet your dog does as well. Not only are they great snacking treats to keep the tail wagging, or training, but making just a single batch of any of these 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes for your dog can really be quite gratifying. Afterall, if your dog is anything like my dogs, they certainly deserve a special treat whether for a reason or not. I can’t wait to try the peanut butter for dog based birthday cake this coming weekend. My dog Freud will certainly have his thoughts about it.

Thank you for visiting our 13 Easy Peanut Butter for dog recipes.

 

Until next post, mine or yours always remember to always “Think Like a Dog ~ But Don’t Eat Your Poop!” (it simply means:” Be Present, Take it Easy, Be Aware & Take Care”)

Yours, and your Dog’s New Best Friend, Truly,
Paps!

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17 Alpha Dog Secrets ‘Snoopy’ Never Gave a Flying Crap About


17 Alpha Dog Secrets ‘Snoopy’ Never Gave a Flying Crap About

17 Alpha Dog Secrets ‘Snoopy’ Never Gave a Flying Crap About begins its tail tail right-chere“. To be as honest as Snoopy was true to his own Red-Baron-like style of flying… It is also true that becoming the Alpha Dog is not only super important to establish, but a necessary leadership for you to acquire from the get go. So Let’s Get Going on it shall we?




Steps to Take to Becoming – The Alpha Dog of Your Pack

-and YES, (even if its just the one tiny little puppy:) Awe.

There are many steps to achieve the alpha status, and they consist more of mental attitude and body language rather than taking physical action. Always remember that physical punishment is not your ally but instead works against you by breeding fear, resentment, and a lack of trust between you and your dog. Being the alpha is for both of your benefits. Giving your dog a strong leader to follow makes his assimilation into your family easier and makes your life together harmonious.

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17 Alpha Dog Secrets ‘Snoopy’ Never Gave a Flying Crap About Begins.. (du-du-du-dunnnnnnnn)

Before continuing, it is essential that your dog has had prior training in the basic dog commands, such as “Sit,” “Come,” and “Stay,” before implementing these following steps. You becoming the alpha begins when you bring your dog home. In many cases, these basics have not yet been taught and should be considered training while you are showing your alpha guidance.

These commands are the foundation and essential fundamentals in support of you becoming the pack leader. If you own a puppy, training should begin straight away. If the dog is older, these commands may need to be re-trained. Please note that if you have a new puppy, “name recognition” is usually the first thing to train.

1. Walking Tall:

Your body language and physical expressions should exhibit confidence and composure. Remember to maintain good posture when walking and be aware of your use of gestures and facial expressions. Always maintain a higher physical position to your dog. At all times use a commanding voice when administering directions to your dog. Command your dog what to do, you are not asking but telling him what to do, so never beg your dog for a command to be completed. It is important to be consistent in your behavior, and never let your dog sense that you are unsure. Continuity is essential, so remain in your alpha role at all times.
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2. Eye Contact:

Establish eye contact with your dog and look straight at him when you are issuing a command. Do not leave room for uncertainty. Make sure that your dog senses that you are serious and should obey. No matter the dog’s size, keep the eye contact. Before issuing a command, you must establish effective eye contact by first getting their attention by calling their name.

Once you have captured their attention, you must follow up with a direct and fixed gaze into their eyes. Be steadfast and do not let your dog look away or defy you. Maintain your stare until he or she lowers their gaze. Your unflinching eye contact and consistent behaviors will assist your dog in sensing his or her place in the hierarchy of the family unit (pack).

3. Muzzle Control:

When you are handling your dog, you can use your hand to cover and hold onto their muzzle. This dominant action can be used in conjunction with the praising and loving of your dog. This is a control technique and is not used as a punishment. Please be gentle and brief when applying muzzle control.It is of the utmost importance to keep your dog from biting anyone, regardless of the activity. Additionally, do not allow your dog to use his or her open mouth on anyone.

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4. Indifference:

If your dog enjoys meeting you at your doorway when you come home and sometimes jumps up on you or barks, simply act indifferent by ignoring them until you are ready to engage. Continue ignoring your dog until they cease the unwanted behaviors. Refrain from any vocal, physical and sight actions directed at your dog. Always ignore your dog when he or she is acting in an annoying or unwanted way.




If they have not yet learned to obey the command to “stop,” or is too excited to obey, use the ignoring action. Act unaffected and not agitated until the dog stops. This avoids your command being disobeyed. Guests should never be greeted first by your dog. Humans should always be the first to greet any new comers to your house. Afterwards you can choose to let your dog greet or not greet.

5. Tight Schedule:

Remain consistent at all times, in all things that pertain to your dog. Follow a strict schedule that establishes meal times, walks, exercise/play, bathroom breaks, training sessions, and nap/sleep times. Time continuity and routine will help your dog feel more secure and can help you in successful house breaking. By making your dog obedient to a schedule that dictates his or her routine, your dog will want to please you by following that schedule. A schedule also shows your dog that you are reliable and consistent in the care they are receiving.

6. Get off My Cloud:

Mick and the Stones sang it and you need to establish your territory as being off limits to your dog. When your dog is a puppy, make it clear that they are not allowed up on your bed. If the dog and you want to sleep close then his or her place is below your bed, in their bed. Use the “Off” command to keep your puppy and adult dog clear of your bed. If you allow your dog to use any space that is private, then you will undermine your authority. If you allow them to sleep in your bed or snuggle on your couch, then they will perceive themselves as equals and free to use your private spaces at will.

7. Establish Rank, Then Train:

Establishing alpha rank is paramount to the relationship with your dog, and it is essential in the training and life of your dog. If your dog has not accepted you as the Alpha Dog Leader, then obedience training will be difficult. When you first bring your dog home, teach a basic command such as “Sit,” and then you can begin to establish yourself as the alpha.

The first few days after you bring your puppy home, it is important to begin to establish the household routine for everything. Don’t forget that you want your puppy to adore and trust you, so show him or her plenty of love and affection. If your dog begins to trail you around the house, then you are well on your way to being his or her alpha, and you can begin training sessions. Always train with a leash. The leash keeps you in control.

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8. Growling is Never Allowed:

Dogs do not growl at humans. Never allow your dog to challenge you or anyone else by growling, and do not be intimidated by this action. Immediately handle any growling with a firm
“No,” coupled with a hand command of your choosing. It is essential to train your dog to understand and obey the “No” command early in his or her life. Whatever the circumstance, do not allow your puppy to growl at anyone. If your dog is in your arms or on the ground, reprimand him while he is down on the ground and let him know growling will not be tolerated. Be sure that you and your family are not threatened or intimidated by growling.

9. Always, Alpha First:

Humans should always be first. They should be the first through doorways, the leader on walks, the first to eat, and first at anything, you can think of. When you are passing through a doorway, be sure to hold your dog back if they are rushing to get ahead of you. Use your leash or your body, if necessary, to hold him back. You do not need to issue a command when restraining your dog, simply hold him back behind you when entering or exiting a doorway.

If your dog manages to get in front of you, then physically move them out of the way. When humans pass through a threshold or doorway, use your command of “Stay” to keep them in place and then release them or use the command of “Come” or “Ok,” after the humans have passed through the opening. These commands are merely suggestions.

Do not move around or step over your dog if they are blocking your way. The dog must be submissive to you and move to clear the way for you to walk. For example, if you are walking down a hallway or in kitchen area and you encounter your dog under foot, remember that the dog moves, not you. Stop and make sure your dog moves aside so that you can proceed.

10. Love, Do Not Spoil:

Love but do not spoil your new puppy or dog. If you do not remain firm and consistent in commands and actions you will fail to remain in control, and there is a chance of losing your dog’s respect. Additionally, you do not want to end up with a dog that is frightened of other dogs and humans, so do not over-protect your dog. Socialize properly and thoroughly from puppyhood straight through the remainder of life.

11. Hey, That is Mine:

All commands of ownership need to be taught. “Drop it” and “Leave it” are two examples where a dog must leave an object alone upon your command, and of course, the all-powerful “No” can be employed, as well. Toys, food, or whatever, should remain in human ownership. You should be able to confiscate any item, including food items from a dog without a growl or aggressive behavior.




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12. How Much and When to Pet and Coddle:

At times, when and how to show affection and love to your new puppy or dog, can be confusing. There is nothing wrong with patting, petting, and cuddling your dog, but there are some guidelines that should be followed. Inside the pack the lower ranking dogs pamper the alpha, so beware of over doing the physical cuddling, because it is a sign of subordination. Like it or not, you can undermine your own alpha status with too much cuddling and love.

A good way to show love and affection is to issue commands that are obeyed before offering. Do not allow your dog to nudge you for affection, if he or she does, completely ignore them. Command, “Sit” and after compliance, pat, pet, praise. Remember to show affection on your terms, not your dog’s, and remain physically above their head at all times. For example, your dog comes walking up all happy and sappy, do not immediately squat down or take a seat and begin petting and offering your affection, instead issue the command, “Sit,” then after your dog sits you can show your love.

13. Proper Handling:



Handling a puppy can be easier than an older dog. When you first get your puppy, get them used to being touched over their entire body. Roll your puppy over, rub his belly, feel his face, stick your finger in his mouth to feel teeth and gum, and handle his feet and tail. Having your puppy or dog conditioned to this touch establishes you as alpha, but importantly it allows you to groom and inspect your dog without any uneasiness or fear on their part. These actions are also bonding actions that show you care.

Your older dog may not take kindly to the intrusions of touch if they have not previously experienced this type of handling. Go slowly and gradually increase your handling until your puppy or adult dog is used to it. They should trust you as the Número Uno, kind loving person that you are.

14. Everyone Gets R E S P E C T:

If your dog cannot overtake the alpha position from you, sometimes the dog will try to dominate other family members. Because of this potential, it is important that the entire family is capable of issuing the “Sit,” “No” and “Come” commands, and that they receive obedience from your dog. If there is a power struggle with your dog and a family member, then have the family member take turns with the feeding and walking routines. This will show your dog that your family (humans) is also in control and are superior in ranking. Your family will need to be instructed on issuing commands that require obedience from your dog. Do not tolerate any insurrection toward your family and friends.

15. Sorry, NO Roughhousing:

Wrestling, grappling and roughhousing is outlawed in your house. Children and adults must refrain from contests of strength with dogs. If they are engaged, dogs will try their hardest to win, and if they do, they will think themselves the victor and that they have wrestled the alpha crown from your head. If this happens with children, it can have some negative outcomes. You certainly do not want your dog to go around bullying your children. Explain to your family and friends that physical grappling with your dogs is off limits. You are not on a movie set where there are no consequences. Common sense can be used here because casual playing involves some grappling.

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16. Fight Any Challengers:

Unwittingly, you have brought your cute little puppy home only to find out that he is an alpha. Alpha dogs make great companions. Alphas tend to be smarter, and once they have accepted you as the alpha, they are easier to train. You may notice that he does not listen to your commands, enjoys hopping up onto your bed and couches, and tries to enter doorways in front of you. Do not panic. What you have is a challenger on your hands, so keep your wits about you and enforce your will over his. As mentioned above, feed him and walk him on your schedule, and enforce the “you first rule” through doorways and in all other things. Stay firm, calm, confident, consistent, and enforce the rules, eventually you shall prevail, ending with you as the owner of a tremendous dog.

17. Keep a Keen Eye Out for Silent Takeovers:

Crafty, sneaky, dogs can sometimes gradually nudge you out of your alpha position without your realizing it. Be on guard for signs and symptoms that your pal is gradually pushing the boundaries and taking advantage when possible. For example, you find your dog is more often on your bed and couch, and is trying to change schedules to suite him. If you remain alert you will not lose control, and it is a lot easier to keep it than to win it back.




 

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