Jack Russell Puppies 101
When you bring a puppy home, it’s easy to get lost in all of the great parts, that sometimes seem to overshadow the harder bits that are coming. It’s normal of course because we think he’s so cute and such a good puppy. But having a puppy in our lives as actually a lot of work. This is mostly because of the fact that Jack Russell requires a lot of training. So that you can have a happy life and he can – so here’s all the information on training your brand new bundle of furry joy. Before we move on, you need to grab the free dog training secrets guide in which I have disclosed the deepest dog training secrets that professional dog trainers don’t want you to know about. These training secrets would help you have a well-behaved, super-intelligent, smart, and obedient dog without spending hours in training him her. When should I start? Training your puppy begins the same hour you bring him home. While an 8-week old puppy isn’t going to understand much at first, he is going to be confused and not listen. But he will get the hang of it eventually and he’ll learn faster than you would have thought. Remember your dog as a sponge especially with a Jack Russell breed. So he learned quickly even if you start his training early. If you get a dog that is older than a typical puppy, say 6 months old you need to test, to see what he already knows, and then add to it as much as you can immediately.