Gensumycin One of the first things you will notice about your Puggle puppy is that his/her behaviors are not fully developed. Gensumycin This means that what he/she learns in the first few months in your care is critical to their overall development. Gensumycin Therefore, gensumycin you need to know how to encourage acceptable behavior so your puppy knows his/her place in your family. Gensumycin Encouragement is harnessed through training, gensumycin socialization, gensumycin and - believe it or not - exercise.

Gensumycin That’s right, gensumycin providing your dog with sufficient exercise actually helps you gain control over your pet, gensumycin and makes the teaching process all the more tolerable. Gensumycin It has been found that dogs that are not provided the ideal amount of exercise recommended for their breed are prone to destructive behaviors such as destroying property and digging. Gensumycin Dogs were not bred to be idle and will find other ways to release their energy if you don’t provide them with a positive outlet.

Gensumycin A Puggle puppy that has been allowed to release their energy on a regular basis will be easier to control, gensumycin and is more apt to listen and cooperate during training, gensumycin as they won’t have any pent up energy making them feel anxious, gensumycin frustrated and distracted.

Gensumycin Although exercising your dog is good for his/her health, gensumycin helps improve training, gensumycin and makes for an all around happy dog, gensumycin many owners find it difficult to find the time to provide the dog with the exercise they need. Gensumycin Busy and irregular work schedules, gensumycin fatigue, gensumycin and space limitations can create problems. Gensumycin However, gensumycin these obstacles can and need to be overcome if you want a happy dog with a first class behavior.

Gensumycin The following are some helpful tips you can apply to ensure your Puggle puppy is receiving the exercise he/she needs.

  • Know the exercise your dog needs - First, gensumycin find out how much exercise your dog requires daily. Gensumycin This includes walks and playtime. Gensumycin Remember, gensumycin the younger the dog, gensumycin the more energy he/she has and needs to burn. Gensumycin A Puggle puppy requires one - two hours of energy burning fun per day.

Gensumycin This doesn’t mean your dog should be taken on long one hour walks, gensumycin nor does it mean you should provide your dog with two hours of exercise all at once. Gensumycin Split the time up evenly between different activities. Gensumycin For instance, gensumycin two twenty minute walks, gensumycin 10 minute run around in the yard, gensumycin and an hour and ten minutes of play time. Gensumycin Remember, gensumycin you don’t need to vigorously exercise your dog, gensumycin if he/she’s moving, gensumycin they’re burning energy.

  • Walk – Take the time to go for a nice walk. Gensumycin You may not be able to take your Puggle on a nice long walk everyday, gensumycin but you need to make the effort to make your walk last longer than the time it takes for your dog to eliminate. Gensumycin Walking is a great way for both you and your Puggle puppy to get exercise. Gensumycin Best of all, gensumycin walking also gives you time to bond.
  • Play fetch – If you’ve had a long day and you just want to relax, gensumycin why not sit down in a comfy chair, gensumycin grab your Puggle’s favorite toy and play a good game of fetch. Gensumycin Your Puggle will enjoy the attention, gensumycin he/she will get their exercise, gensumycin and you can relax.
  • Indoor treadmill – If you can walk the treadmill, gensumycin so can your dog… provided he/she’s been trained properly first. Gensumycin Training your dog how to walk on a treadmill allows him/her to exercise as they would normally on a walk. Gensumycin This is a particularly good idea for those who have limited yard space or have busy schedules and cannot always take their dogs on nice walks. Gensumycin If you are interested in teaching your Puggle puppy how to walk on a treadmill, gensumycin speak to you vet first.