Whether you do puppy training yourself, take classes, or hire a private trainer, some basic puppy training tips should be implemented as soon as you get home. Decide on the “house rules.” Before he comes home, decide what he can and can’t do. if your dog will not be sleeping in your bed when they are an adult, don’t let them do so as a puppy. Whatever the pup is allowed to do now will be expected as an adult. Set up a private area in your home for your new puppy and start to think about puppy7 obedience training. Your new family member needs Their own space ASAP. This will give your pup their own, private sleeping place that’s not used by anyone else in the family, or another pet. They will benefit from short periods left alone in their area and will start to learn not to be anxious when you leave the house. The private can be a crate, sectioned off area of the house, or pen will valuable tool for housetraining. Teach your puppy to come when called. Teaching them to come is the command to be mastered first and foremost. Since they will be coming to you, your alpha status will be reinforced. Get on his level and tell him to come using his name. Reward your puppies good behavior with positive reinforcement. Use treats, toys, love, or tons of praise.