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Beagle Puppy Training

how to train a beagleBeagles do not lack anything in intelligence but can be a little stubborn during Beagle puppy training sessions. As hounds, bred and trained to hunt by smell and chase down anything that moves, Beagles are notorious roamers and should not be allowed to walk off-leash unless they are in an enclosed space.

If you are planning to train a Beagle puppy yourself at home, I would strongly recommend that you follow the comprehensive training guide for Beagles from Secrets To Dog Training.

Beagle puppies are unbelievably cute with their lovely soft expression, floppy ears, big dark eyes, plus a tail that's constantly in motion. Beagle puppies tend to be born black and white with the other colors developing over the first few months. Beagles are on average 13-16 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh about 25-30 pounds. Together with their obvious good looks, it is the Beagle's lovely sweet temperament that wins over dog lovers throughout the world. Beagle owners also know them to be cheeky, mischievous but, most importantly, friendly.

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If you and your family need to be away from home for extended periods of time then a Beagle puppy is probably not the best breed for you. Purchasing your dog from a reputable Beagle breeder provides you with the best chance of adopting a well balanced, physically and mentally sound dog into your home.

Beagles who are left alone and bored stiff every day generally suffer from separation anxiety which can lead to many different destructive behaviors such as digging, barking and even self mutilation. These dogs respond best to positive, non violent Beagle puppy training methods which are based on consistency, repetition and rewards - food is an effective motivator to Beagles although care must be taken not to let your dog gain too much weight. Beagles are really keen to please their owners because of their placid nature.

It is crucial to get started on your Beagle puppy training as soon as possible. This will make sure that your Beagle puppy establishes good habits right from the start and will stop most undesirable behaviors from ever developing. You will find your Beagle puppy to be a capable and eager training collaborator as well as a quick learner. One option is to carry out the Beagle puppy training yourself. If you really focus on your Beagle puppy training, you will find it inspiring and you'll be proud to show off your pet to any of your family members or friends who come to visit.

As a rule, breeders recommend crate training during the Beagle puppy house training phase. If you have a hectic life style and cannot undertake the Beagle puppy training yourself, there are several great professional dog trainers available. Whichever method you choose, it is important that your Beagle puppy training is not put on the back burner.

For more information on training your Beagle dog, see How to Train a Beagle  (page 2).

 

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