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Old 08-25-2017, 07:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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10 week timid bully.

Ok so I currently have a 10 week old pup who recently fought for her life. She's now resting and building up her strength. My question is when should I start training her since he's still a lil weak from everything. Her personality is timid though and she loves to cuddle and basically just sleep lol. Will that also make it harder to teach her or easier?

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Old 08-25-2017, 09:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Tyler,

Give Harley some time. You can start basic commands anytime, things like come, stay, sit, down etc. If you're talking about physical training you need to wait until she is older and her bones are formed. Get her good and healthy.

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Tyler,

Give Harley some time. You can start basic commands anytime, things like come, stay, sit, down etc. If you're talking about physical training you need to wait until she is older and her bones are formed. Get her good and healthy.

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Yea I was talking about obedience training lol sorry. I should've been more specific. I was planning on putting real exercise on hold until she is stronger
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At 10 weeks, she is a baby. If timid, you want to help her build confidence. Play learning games with her that she can win and don't overdo it. Baby tug games that she wins or impulse control (choose to leave it) are great puppy games.

She can start learning about the clicker if you're interested in a variety of training tools. Click and reward for "bravery" once she makes the connection: walking on odd textures or climb into a box.

Look up Puppy Culture (puppyculture.com), Jane Killion. She wrote "When Pigs Fly" about training unbiddable dogs some years ago. The materials are sold as either DVDs or video on demand, and/or books.
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At 10 weeks, she is a baby. If timid, you want to help her build confidence. Play learning games with her that she can win and don't overdo it. Baby tug games that she wins or impulse control (choose to leave it) are great puppy games.

She can start learning about the clicker if you're interested in a variety of training tools. Click and reward for "bravery" once she makes the connection: walking on odd textures or climb into a box.

Look up Puppy Culture (puppyculture.com), Jane Killion. She wrote "When Pigs Fly" about training unbiddable dogs some years ago. The materials are sold as either DVDs or video on demand, and/or books.
Perhaps this might help someone in the future but if you check the date on the OP, that 10 week old puppy is now 10 months old.


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