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People often receive conflicting advice on what they should be doing with a young Labrador puppy, when to start training a puppy and what can be accomplished.

Many authoritative working dog trainers and authors of books recommend not starting training until 6 months of age. But then many respectable trainers and books state you should or can start training your Labrador Training my lad soon as you get them home at just 8 weeks of age.

This is a very big difference and inevitably leads to questions such as: When should I start training my Labrador puppy? What can a Labrador learn at such a young age? Is my Labrador puppy too young to train? According to an article from the Association of Professional Dog Trainers: The main reason for holding off from formal training:. The use of physical aversives and corrections such as this was universally agreed to be too hard on a young puppy.

A puppy younger than 8 weeks old should be spending nearly all of its time with its mother and litter-mates because it learns so much about being a dog: Bite inhibition, canine communication, pack order, Training my lad, how to accept discipline and more Training my lad. So taking a puppy any earlier is wrong and detrimental to their development.

Every waking minute, of every single day, whether you mean to or not, you are training your Labrador puppy!

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Know that once you have your puppy, everything you do, everything they see, every good experience, bad experience, taste, smell, sight, reward and punishment Training my lad them in some way.

All of these experiences are granted to them by you and they will be looking to you for guidance through these experiences. Puppies are exactly like children. They take their cues from you to learn where they can go, where they should not, what they should be scared of, what they should not, what they can play with, what they can not…and on and on.

You may as well take advantage of this innocence, when they have no idea of what life is with no preconceived ideas, no habits formed or needing to be broken, to start training them to fit into the life that they will lead Training my lad the skills that they will need.

I believe you should start to train your Labrador puppy as soon as you get them home, from 8 weeks of age.


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