Potty Training Puppies ? The Sure-Fire Process of Potty Training Puppies
Some folks claim that potty training puppies can be a real chore, but I beg to differ. In my experience, potty training puppies are so my much easier than potty training an adult dog. Have you ever tried potty training a grown dog?
Now that’s a real chore!
So we have to start training them early on. Listen, I’m going to share with you my ‘sure-fire’ process of potty training puppies. I also use a clicker as a training tool to further reinforce good habits in all my puppies.
See, I discovered a comprehensive list of dog behavior training tactics from a clicker guide which I downloaded to my computer a few months ago. The guide mostly focuses on positive behavior shaping tactics with the aid of a clicker.
It a very handy reference and you can check it out here: Clicker Training Guide with Exercise Videos
Okay look, if you’re having some slight trouble potty training puppies, then try following the process below:
Establish ‘relief zone’ for your dog. This zone can be a small room where your puppies are allowed to relief without being reprimanded. Now whenever you bring the puppy to this section, please remember to enter via the same room access.
Introduce your puppy to the clicker. The aim here is to help your puppy connect the clicker with something positive (treat, praise, etc). So here’s what you should do: offer your puppy a treat. When he eats, you click.
Conduct the treat and click process a few more times. Try experimenting with the placement of treats e.g. put a treat on the floor; also try putting one on a target stick or on a crate. And make sure you click accurately.
Now whenever you see your puppy attempting to relieve himself in an inappropriate spot, promptly bring him to the relief zone and give him the potty phrase.
When he potties in his relief zone, take out the clicker and click. Praise your puppy for a job well done or if you have a treat in your pocket — give it to him!
There you go! Potty training puppies are quite easy. If you need more help training your puppies, have a look at this clicker guide. It contains lots of easy-to-follow instructions and examples for 30 different behaviors.
Videos are included with this course and they can be viewed online. Please make sure you have a broadband internet connection.
Waiting the videos to load on a dial-up connection can be a real chore. All in all, a very useful dog training material.
Just follow this link for download details – -> Complete Clicker Academy Course with Videos
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Originally posted 2011-10-15 05:46:40. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Solana Beach Pedestrian Accident Lawyer?s Top Ten Possible Reasons Why Some Drivers Aren?t Cited for Causing Pedestrian Accidents
1. The pedestrian wasn’t in a crosswalk.
2. The area was dark.
3. The pedestrian was wearing all dark clothes and dark shoes.
4. The pedestrian was drunk.
5. The pedestrian was moronic.
6. The pedestrian ran out into traffic.
7. The pedestrian walked slowly across a busy road.
8. The pedestrian didn’t look where he was going.
9. The pedestrian didn’t judge the distance of the cars correctly.
10. The pedestrian was at fault.
Here are ten useful tips of advice from a pedestrian accident lawyer to follow if you have been in an accident. You can also learn more about how to handle a pedestrian accident in Solana Beach, or any city, by calling the Law Offices of R. Sebastian Gibson at any of the numbers which can be found on our website at http://www.SebastianGibsonLaw.com and learning how we can assist you.
Obviously, if you have had an accident, and you are reading all of this advice, it may have been a few hours since the accident. However, if you ever have another accident, or if it’s only been a few hours since you were hurt, here’s what you should do from the start.
First, take a look around and determine if you or anyone, are hurt. If so, taking steps like trying to prevent further injury or loss of blood are the most important thing you can do. Even if some other driver caused you to be injured, it’s just good manners to help the other driver if they are hurt. They may even be so thankful that they admit their fault to you. The worst thing you can do is get angry or start a fight.
Second, make sure everyone is safe from being injured further. If you are in the middle of traffic, and you are dizzy, sit down away from traffic. If your vehicle is a traffic hazard and you have accident warning devices like flares or triangles, put them out on the road to warn other drivers and get away from the car. Let the police an other emergency personnel investigate the scene with the vehicles in place and move them more safely at a later point.
Third, call the police. Accident reports are extremely helpful if the police will do such a report. Let the police know you are injured immediately. Answer the police questions honestly. But if you are dazed or confused, let them know you need medical treatment and answer only what you feel sure about. Remember, your statements can and will be used against you if you admit fault, and it will be too late and too fishy to later say you didn’t know what you were saying at the scene. Police know that your best recollection is immediately after an accident.
Fourth, get the other driver’s information including their names, addresses, driver’s license numbers, make and model of their vehicles, license plate numbers, and their insurance company name and policy number. If there are witnesses, get their names, addresses and telephone numbers as well. If the other driver makes any admissions of fault, write those down as well.
Fifth, if you have a camera on your cell phone or in the car and you aren’t too injured, take some photos of the vehicles and the scene. If you can’t do it right away, do it after you are released from the hospital.
Sixth, if you are hurt, obtain medical treatment. Don’t decline the ambulance or hospital examination to save your insurance company money or to be stoic. Take your valuables out of your car if you can and get checked out at the hospital. If you are not hurt, don’t get treatment you don’t need. However, remember, after an accident, you may feel a rush of adrenaline that causes you to only start feeling symptoms of pain a few hours later. If you have a health plan that requires you to obtain permission first, call them and find out where you are allowed to seek treatment.
Seventh, call a good pedestrian accident lawyer as soon as you have had your initial treatment, so the attorney can gather other important evidence and prevent the insurance company from taking advantage of you and obtaining such things as recorded statements that you feel fine, when many of your symptoms have yet to manifest themselves. A good pedestrian accident lawyer can save you from making a great deal of mistakes and can shoulder much of the hassle of knowing what to do about car repairs, car rentals, medical treatment, witness statements and the like. If you think you will save money by not having an attorney, think again. A good pedestrian accident lawyer can almost always obtain much higher settlements, obtain reductions of medical bills and insurance liens and prevent you from making costly mistakes. Also, most pedestrian accident attorneys advance costs of obtaining police reports, medical records and the like and are paid and reimbursed for these costs only out of any settlement.
Eight, you will need to report the accident to your insurance company, but since they will want to take a recorded statement from you, just like any other driver’s insurance company, it’s good advice to retain an attorney first. And if the other driver did not have insurance, remember that it is your own insurance company that will be your adversary. You will also need to report the accident to the Department of Motor Vehicles and your lawyer can give you the form for this.
Ninth, do not agree to settle your claim privately with the person at fault for the accident. This almost never works out to your advantage. Don’t agree not to call the police. Police reports that determine the fault for an accident are golden. Your agreement to not involve the police only affords an opportunity for the other driver to change his story and blame you when the police will no longer investigate the accident.
Tenth, don’t pay a traffic ticket without a fight if you weren’t at fault or agree to accept a small payment for your vehicle repairs without knowing that the amount will in fact cover the cost of all the repairs.
If you’ve had a pedestrian accident in Solana Beach, San Diego, Carlsbad, Oceanside, La Jolla, Del Mar, Escondido, Chula Vista, El Cajon, Vista, San Marcos, Encinitas, Pacific Beach, or anywhere in Southern California, we have the knowledge and resources to be your San Diego Pedestrian Accident Lawyer and your Solana Beach Pedestrian Accident Attorney. Be sure to hire a California law firm with auto, motorcycle, truck, bicycle, pedestrian, car, bus, train, boat and airplane accident experience, wrongful death experience and insurance law expertise who can ensure you are properly represented and get the compensation you deserve.
If you have a personal injury legal matter, a dog bite or if you’ve lost a loved one in a wrongful death accident, call the Law Offices of R. Sebastian Gibson, or visit our website at http://www.SebastianGibsonLaw.com and learn how we can assist you.
The Sebastian Gibson Law Firm serves auto accident victims in Solana Beach, truck and motorcycle accident victims in San Diego, Carlsbad, Oceanside, La Jolla, Del Mar, Escondido, Chula Vista, El Cajon, Vista, San Marcos, Encinitas, and Pacific Beach. We also serve bicycle, pedestrian and car accident clients from Orange County to Palm Springs, Palm Desert and Indio, Long Beach and Santa Monica, from Newport Beach to Anaheim Hills, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Oxnard and San Luis Obispo, Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga, from Palmdale to Victorville and Hesperia, and all of Southern California.
Visit our website at http://www.sebastiangibsonlaw.com if you have a personal injury legal matter of any kind. We have the knowledge and resources to represent you as your San Diego Pedestrian Accident Lawyer and Solana Beach Pedestrian Accident Attorney or your attorney in and around the cities of Corona del Mar, Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Anaheim, and Santa Ana. We also serve Orange, Fullerton, Costa Mesa, Corona, Temecula, Murrieta, Westminster, Buena Park, Mission Viejo, Garden Grove, Riverside, San Bernardino, Moreno Valley, Fontana, Laguna Niguel, Chino Hills, San Clemente, and Newport Coast.
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Originally posted 2011-10-16 16:15:05. Republished by Blog Post Promoter