You should ensure that you are training your pup within a calm space that is clear of all distractions.
You should practice your marker and commands without your puppy being present at first. This will ensure that you are clear when you are issuing your commands and avoid causing confusion for your dog.
Keep your composure and consistency throughout the training procedure.
You should ensure that your puppy has eaten properly and urinated prior to starting training.
You should show your puppy what you would like them to do without physically forcing them to enact the behavior.
It is crucial that you only use positive reinforcement when training your puppy. Rewarding them with praise or a treat will ensure that the training process remains interesting and engaging for your dog.
During the training process, be patient. Avoid getting unduly frustrated with your puppy, and if necessary, move more slowly.
You should ensure that your training sessions are short and succinct. Focusing on training one behavior at a time is the best course of action.
You should document your training process progress by taking notes in a journal or video it.
You should try to have as much fun as possible during the training process, if your or your puppy becomes stressed, then you should try again another day.