My dog training articles will help you train your Beagle to be well-mannered and well-behaved. I’ve been working with dogs for 35+ years, as a dog trainer, canine psychologist, breed advisor, and author of 15 books about dogs.
Last updated: Oct 06, 2018
Crate Training. Select a crate to use in potty training your beagle. The crate should be just large enough to accommodate your beagle’s bed, and he should be able to sit, stand up and lie down comfortably in the crate. Place the crate in an out-of-the-way location that your dog can access easily.
Beagles weigh around 30 lbs and are short . Therefore, considering the weight and height, select a crate for your pup. Select an appropriate place for the crate. It can be kept either outside or inside, in an appropriate place. In the beginning, place the pup inside the crate about 15-20 minutes after it has eaten.
How to Train a Beagle Puppy: The Early Years. Start feeding your beagle puppy only once a day and remove food between meals. Make a time for walks at the same time every day and also put them in their crate at certain times. During these first eight weeks you won’t be able to teach your beagle puppy the completed commands (sit, stay,
Move the training outside when your Beagle seems to understand and enjoy doing recall drills and has had at least 5 sessions of practicing indoors. If your yard is not fenced, use the long line to make sure you can retrieve him if he tries to run after a scent trail.
Another Beagle training issue which needs to be addressed is to train your Beagle to walk nicely on a loose leash. Beagles are strong and will pull very hard on the leash if allowed to get away with it.
Beagle Training. Beagles are wonderful companions, loyal friends and amazing pets. However you still need to remember that deep down they are still dogs that need proper training. Just like you would teach a child how to behave properly, you have to train your Beagle to follow your house rules if you want to own a predictable and obedient dog.