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Stage 1: Verbal Correction
No matter how careful you are, your  Maltese Puppy   (and you) will make mistakes. Try to catch him while he's still merely thinking about doing something wrong. From the start, discourage his potential trespasses as though you were a mother  Maltese Puppy  . Issue a low growl, or "No," with the warning message, "Don't you dare. Don't even think about it!" He'll probably reconsider. Be sure to give him verbal praise when he responds correctly.

The next best way to correct him is to catch him in the act. If puppies make a housebreaking mistake during the first week in the new home, don't scold. Just take the offender outside and praise him when he does his business in the right place. For older puppies, a good sharp scolding is in order when they make a mistake, whatever that mistake was. Surprise him so he's taken aback and links the reprimand to his action.

Scolding after the act is virtually useless, but we sometimes slip up and do it anyway, because it makes us feel better. The  Maltese Puppy  , however, rarely makes the connection between the punishment now and the great fun then.

Stage 2: Environmental Correction / The Set-Up
Environmental corrections can bring miraculous results. To the  Maltese Puppy  , it feels like someone's watching him all the time, so he'd better behave. It�s a great way to train him and instill  Maltese Puppy   discipline, as long as he doesn�t become skittish because of the technique, so proceed within reason. Environmental set-ups work particularly well against mischief. Many  Maltese Puppy  s are smart enough to figure out that they can get away with things when you're not home. But, luckily,  Maltese Puppy  s are predictable�they do what feels good and stop doing what doesn't feel good. So you can set up a situation where the environment makes the  Maltese Puppy   feel lousy.

Here are some examples of successful set-ups suggested by professional trainers for certain misbehaving pooches:

One  Maltese Puppy   got his kicks rummaging through the bathroom garbage and strewing the shredded contents everywhere, especially when his owner wasn't home. The owner cured him of this nasty habit by sprinkling a little hot pepper in the first few layers of miscellaneous tissues and papers in that garbage can and then left for work as usual. It took the  Maltese Puppy   exactly one experience with the peppered garbage to cure him for good.

A  Maltese Puppy   that liked to steal things off the kitchen table never did it again after his owner put a piece of linoleum on the table. About half of it hung over the edge. Then he put tin cans filled with pebbles and several other miscellaneous noisy but harmless items on the linoleum so that when the  Maltese Puppy   jumped up, the whole pile came tumbling down on him. That surprised  Maltese Puppy   did not risk another jump.

Set-ups are powerful medicine and can be very frightening, especially to submissive  Maltese Puppy  s. We highly recommend that if you are having a problem with your  Maltese Puppy  , you ask a professional trainer to evaluate your  Maltese Puppy  's personality and suggest the right type of set-up to use. Be sure that no real harm comes to the  Maltese Puppy  .

Stage 3: Time Out
Just like for kids, time-outs work for  Maltese Puppy  s, too. When your  Maltese Puppy   makes a big mistake, scold him and put him in his crate for 20 minutes. Ignore him while he is inside. After time is up, let him out and forgive him completely. Cheer him up with a little petting or play time.

Some trainers don't like to use crates this way. However, many owners find this technique invaluable as an aid in solving a  Maltese Puppy  's discipline problems. Try saving the time-out for serious mistakes, like biting too hard.

Stage 4: Physical Correction
We highly recommend that, except for collar corrections, you use physical corrections only with the guidance of a professional trainer. Physical corrections must be done properly to work, and even then, they aren't effective on all  Maltese Puppy  s. Some  Maltese Puppy  s only return violence with more violence. And for some  Maltese Puppy  s, physical correction is terribly frightening and can damage their confidence.

Don't ever hit your  Maltese Puppy  , not even with a rolled up newspaper. It does absolutely no good whatsoever to push his face into a pile of poop. The only thing that can accomplish is to make him a poop eater.