Teaching Your Dachshund the House Rules

In This Chapter

^ Housebreaking your Dachsie ^ Nipping puppy biting and chewing in the bud ^ Dealing with that Dachshund bark, bark, bark ^ Teaching your puppy not to jump ^ Working with an old dog on new tricks

■# ou've been worrying about training your new Dachshund, haven't you? What new dog owner doesn't? Bad behavior is a major cause of puppy and dog abandonment to animal shelters, and the saddest part is that the puppies and dogs aren't even to blame. They pay the price for their owners' lack of knowledge and commitment to preventing and dealing with behavior problems in the first place.

But that won't happen to your Dachshund, because you're fully prepared to teach him how to behave himself in a human world. Right? Good. In this chapter, I review all the training tips that you and your Dachshund can really sink your teeth into. Good luck, and may your Dachshund soon be the best-behaved dog on the block.

How To Housetrain Any Dog

How To Housetrain Any Dog

Fundamentals of Dog and Puppy Training. Although dogs shouldn't be attributed with having human characteristics, they are intelligent enough to be able to understand the concept of, and execute, certain actions that their owners require of them - if these actions are asked in a way that dogs find rewarding.

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