Now that you’ve finally brought your new pug home, the time has come to properly train them. If you do not begin the process immediately, you could be left with a major cleanup project that you do not wish to complete or even a shredded piece of furniture or two. With that in mind, be sure to read on and learn more about the top ten training tips for pugs, so that you can avoid the most common pitfalls.
10Choose a Name Early and Stick to it
First and foremost, you’ll want to choose a name that is short, sweet and to the point. While “Nigel Featherbottom the Third” might sound hilariously adorable, the dog is not likely to recognize it or respect it. Once you have chosen a suitable name for your pug, the next step is to associate it with happy and pleasurable things. During the early stages, it is important to use your dog’s name in a way that will make them remember it and respond to it when they are called.