Part of training your dog is learning to train yourself as well. This is so because a person must train their own self on how to train a dog before they can in fact train a dog. You have to train yourself before you train your dog. The advice below will help move that learning process along.
Correcting a dog should be done quickly and concisely. Avoid going on a rant about the dog’s “badness”. Just say no and show them the behavior you expect. Pitch your voice in such a way that your dog will recognize your vocalizations as commands.
Avoid restraining two dogs too closely together. The restraints for each dog can become tangled and in an effort to free themselves, they can be injured. If a large dog becomes tangled with a smaller one they could wrap up to the point the airway of the latter is closed off and the dog would die.
As you train your dog, be sure to create verbal cues to make your pet know that he is doing what you want it to do. Even a simple monosyllabic spoken ‘yes’ can help the dog to connect the desired behavior with the imminent reward.
Always have a treat for rewarding your dog. Your dog should realize why you are happy with him. Your dog will become able to realize the difference between what you consider as good and bad behavior.
Teaching a dog to walk correctly while on its leash is important. This will make your walks together a pleasure and not a source of frustration.
Keep your sessions short to accommodate a short attention span. Spending too much time just on one aspect of training will bore your dog and waste your efforts. Try to keep the initial sessions limited to about 10 minutes.
Your training sessons should be kept short. Dogs don’t have long attention spans so keeping training short and concise keeps it from becoming something that they dread. If you want to continue, then give dogs a quick free play break.
Get your dog’s attention the same way every time. First, say his name, then the command. Get his attention with his name and then follow that with what you want him to do. Dogs know their name and will be attentive when you speak it.
Make sure your dog knows how to obey, to reduce the frequency of their barks. When he barks, show him his favorite treat, and repeat the command. “Quiet” works well. Once your dog has stopped barking, you can award it with a treat. Repetition will ensure the dogs learns that quiet is a good thing.
Now that the people who are interested in training their new pet dog have, hopefully, learned some new tricks, they can proceed to pass them along to their pets. Once a dog is on its way to learning, the owner will begin to appreciate the dedication that he or she has shown for doing the right thing for man’s best friend.
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