If you just adopted a Labrador puppy, an early training is mandatory to build a good behavior of the dog. If you train the dog a bit late, then it will develop some bad behaviors that are hard to get rid of. A good age to train your puppy is when it hits 8 weeks.
Some direct instructions that you need to train your Labrador puppy with are: to sit, to come, to stay, and to stop. These training are not that hard, and can be done with daily training and rewards.
You also need to understand some of the basic fundamentals in training a puppy. If your dog does something right, you should give him a reward, and if your dog does something wrong then you should punish it in some way. In that way, your dog will know what to do and what not to do. You need to make sure that your dog completely understands what you want.
Some training that could come in handy but hard to learn are potty training, stop barking, and not to bite.
If you find it a bit difficult to train your Labrador Retriever puppy, you could always hire a professional to do the job for you.
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