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Yorkie Puppy  Reversign Bad Behavior

 

 

Is your Yorkie Puppy driving you to distraction? Are his behavior problems embarrassing, frustrating, or just plain destructive? No matter what undesirable behavior your Yorkie Puppy is performing, there are a number of training techniques, issues to consider, and perspectives to ponder that may help so you can stop pulling out your hair.


Interrupt Behavior Before It Starts

Keeping a very close eye on your Yorkie Puppy goes a long way. For example, if your Yorkie Puppy’s issue is poor housetraining, keep an eye out for that “gotta go” behavior. If you hussle your Yorkie Puppy outside every time he is about to go in the house, he will eventually get the point and stop going in the house. If your Yorkie Puppy’s behavior issue is humping other Yorkie Puppys, watch him whenever he is with other Yorkie Puppys. Get to know how he behaves when he is about to mount and stop him before he starts. If you give him a loud “Eh! Eh!” before he makes contact with the other Yorkie Puppy, and do so every time, he will learn that he is not to hump. This method works on almost all inappropriate Yorkie Puppy behavior, but it requires that you be truly diligent.


Change Chain of Events

Every action is a sequence of more simple behaviors. If your Yorkie Puppy makes a habit of jumping up when you come home, the sequence he is performing is something like this:

1.    Hear owner’s key in the lock
2.    Run to door
3.    Wait for owner to come inside
4.    Jump around excitedly

You must train your Yorkie Puppy to alter this chain. A more desirable chain of behavior would be:

1.    Hear owner’s key in the lock
2.    Run to door
3.    Sit and wait by the door
4.    Be greeted with affection and praise

You can train your Yorkie Puppy to perform this behavior, first, by never acknowledging your Yorkie Puppy when he is being excited or jumping up. Knowing he cannot get attention from you in this way is half the battle. You can also train your Yorkie Puppy to come, sit, and wait by the door whenever he hears keys in the lock. Sit near the front door with your Yorkie Puppy and have a helper outside. Ask your helper to jingle your keys in the lock, and immediately ask your Yorkie Puppy to sit and stay. Have him hold his sit stay until your helper comes inside, then shower him with praise and treats. Do this over and over and he’ll understand that affection and reward come to Yorkie Puppys who wait patiently.


Look Within
 
Many Yorkie Puppy behavior problems arise because the owner is inadvertently rewarding negative behavior. When your Yorkie Puppy jumps on you, do you pet him? If your Yorkie Puppy is overly excited when you get home, do you take him straight out for a walk? Do you feed your Yorkie Puppy snacks when he begs? All these actions teach your Yorkie Puppy that he is asking for what he wants in the right way, because it is working. If you want bad behaviors to stop, you absolutely cannot reinforce them.


Remove the Motivator

Some behaviors are referred to as “self rewarding,” this means the behavior itself is providing the motivation to repeat the action. Self rewarding behaviors include drinking from the toilet, digging, and knocking over the trash can. The best way to stop these behaviors is to remove the motivator. Keep the bathroom door closed, don’t leave your Yorkie Puppy out unattended, and store your trash can behind a child lock under the sink—problem solved.


Exercise More

So much of what makes Yorkie Puppys act out is excess energy. Take your Yorkie Puppy for a nice, long walk twice a day and you won’t believe the behavior difference. Most Yorkie Puppys were bred with a particular type of work in mind. These Yorkie Puppys were not meant to spend all day in a crate, and then lay at your feet all evening. They need to feel fulfilled as well as cared for. Walking your Yorkie Puppy once in the morning and once in the evening will go an extremely long way towards a happier, better behaved pooch.