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How to House Train a Beagle Puppy

Max. D Gray
By Max. D Gray. Updated: January 16, 2017
How to House Train a Beagle Puppy

The Beagle is a dog with hunter ancestory, but which has become a perfect breed and coveted as a pet, both due to activity and play and for its friendly bark. If you plan to have a Pet beagle or already have one at home, you will certainly be interested in how to educate them for an even better coexistence. So at we want to give you these tips on how to house train a Beagle puppy.

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Steps to follow:


First, you must understand its nature. Find out everything you can about this breed, because to raise a Beagle you must first understand what this breed is like as it was a hunting animal with herds and hierarchy.


Apply positive discipline. It will learn with firmness, safety, consistency and rewards. When it shows good behavior, you must reward him with the word "good" or a positive word you prefer so that he understands what you expect of him. A pat or a treat can also be considered rewards.

Make sure you learn when your dog is ready to do its business so you can identify the signals and prepare for a walk. This will prevent it from getting into the bad habit of doing it inside. Also make sure you always take it to the same place so the dog relates the place to going to the toilet.


Take your Beagle for walks and take the time to play with him. This breed loves to run and play because they are very active. Also playing with him will help establish a good bond of friendship. Also at this time it is easier for the dog to learn what you approve and disapprove of.

The recommended amount of walks for your beagle puppy is quite frequent, every two to three hours, especially before meals. After eight months it can be taken for a walk every 8 hours. Take into account beagles feel better outside than in closed areas, so if you have a garden, it will prefer this environment than being locked indoors.

How to House Train a Beagle Puppy - Step 3

So that your dog Beagle is receptive, he must be well cared for and have the basic care covered. Food, fresh water, vaccines, good health, lots and lots of love are essential to keeping your dog happy.


Say a clear 'no'. When he behaves properly, reward this behavior with affection. But if he does something that is wrong, never be aggressive with him, simply show your disapproval with a resounding no. Firm and forceful.

It's vitally important to show your dog not to bite, though during their first year of life they'll be biting because their teeth are growing it's important to also train your puppy not to bite.


You should bear in mind that the dog is a pack dog and it must understand that you're the boss. For that you must develop friendly relations and authority at the same time.


Because of its great instinctive smell, it is a dog that is easily distracted, but that does not deter your education with him. Be patient because they are intelligent, but its hunting instincts distract it frequently.

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jamie turner jenkins
I feel bad for my older beagle because we are getting a puppy and she might be jelous
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