Environment - Start with a distraction-free environment. You want the dogs to focus on you. As your dogs improve, train in new environments and with more distractions.
Dog's behavior could put you in great humiliation, especially if your dog starts to annoy other people and other dogs. How your dog behaves is a reflection of your relationship with your dog. A home training for dogs can help you solve the behavior problems of your dog.
Flyball is a dog sport that involves having your Jack Russell race against other dogs along a course that includes a line of hurdles that leads to a box that releases a ball or Frisbee. Your Jack Russel's goal is to retrieve and bring that ball or Frisbee back to you as fast as possible. The same method of Jack Russell training is used in this activity, except that some trainers opt to do it in a backward sequential manner. Meaning, your concern should be getting your dog to retrieve the ball or Frisbee first then having it return to you while passing through the hurdles. Later on, it will be almost second nature to your Jack Russell to go through all those hurdles in order to get to the ball or Frisbee.
One example is when the owner comes home and the puppy is torn between excitement and displaying shamed actions. Most people realize and appreciate that their puppy is happy to see them instead of quickly reacting to a pair of shoes that have been chewed up. The result of physical punishment often means the puppy will not come to the owner when the owner calls. This makes sense. If you were being called to someone and didn't know if you were going to be hit or petted, wouldn't you hesitate as well? When puppies know that their owner will not hit them, but instead pet and provide pleasure, they are less likely to exhibit hand shyness, aggression, or submissive urination.
What about the water you give it? Potty training for your puppy may prove a little difficult since young dogs need lots of liquid for their growing process. Leave a bowl with fresh water all day long for it to drink but remove it two hours before bedtime. This is part of the potty training for your puppy, as there will be less peeing over night. Taking the puppy out should be the first thing you do in the morning and the last one in the evening.
Thoroughly clean up the mess inside. Make sure to use ammonia based cleaner to eliminate the smell completely - any left over scent in the house will only encourage future accidents. Dogs have a natural instinct to keep their living space clean and will not go potty when confined to a small space, especially near their sleeping area.