Κυριακή, 24 Αυγούστου 2014

Proven Methods Of Effective Dog Training




Your dog will have a happier life if you put it through dog training, and you will be happier too. By being trained, you and your dog can relate to each other and where the other one is coming from. Once your dog is trained, you'll feel more comfortable leaving him inside the house alone, having visitors over with him around and taking him with you out in public. It will not always be easy to train your dog. It takes a lot of time and effort to properly train a dog.





There are few effective ways to approach the matter of crate training your puppy or dog. A yummy treat can help to entice a hesitant dog into the crate. The puppy will want to enter the kennel to retrieve the treat. Praise your dog once he gets into the crate.





Give your puppy with lots of chewable toys, otherwise he might alleviate his teething pain on your nice furniture. Instead of allowing it to continue chewing on your important furniture or toys, provide a well-loved chew toy. Try a frozen washcloth to alleviate the pain of teething for your puppy.





Try to mistakenly avoid reinforcing any behaviors that are unwanted when doing dog training. Essentially, you must not give your dog something positive, like attention or a treat, when it behaves in a way you want to classify as negative. Don't scratch the dogs back, give it a snack or reward it in any way if it jumps, barks or does anything you don't approve of.





It takes many repetitions before a dog learns a new command. It may take as many as fifty repetitions before your dog learns the command. Firmly and steadily repeat the command. Remain patient and eventually the command will be learned.





It is important to leash-train your dog. Doing so is a matter of safety for both you and the dog when you take him for a walk.





While training your dog, make sure both of you are having fun. When you engage in play with your pet, your relationship becomes stronger; your dog will often respond better to you while training because of this enhanced bond. Training can be a fun experience, however, getting some enjoyment for yourself and the dog through play is a good thing.





Remember, each action you perform around your dog affects who he is. For this reason, you may be causing unwanted behaviors by playing rough with your dog or teasing. Take care to only reward positive behavior.





Maintain short training sessions. Dogs can't concentrate for long periods of time, so long training sessions are pointless. Allow you dog a break every fifteen and then resume training if desired.





Make training fun for you and your dog. Remember that dogs have short attention spans, and keep your sessions short accordingly. Keep your rewards coming and vary what you give them. Dogs get a kick of compliments and praise. When the dog enjoys their training, they will listen better.





Dogs tend to chew as a reaction to feeling anxious. If you keep him in a crate and give him toys that are safe for him to chew on, your dog and your house will stay safe.





Dogs will always be dogs, so expect his wild side to emerge if you do not give him proper care. It is important to provide dogs with the right type of food, space in which to exercise and a wide array of exciting pastimes.





Does your dog like to pull on his leash during a walk? This problem is a very common one for dog owners. Thankfully, resolving it is very simple. Trade your leash for a dog harness. Harnesses can be more comfortable, and allow you to enjoy a walk without your dog pulling on its leash.





Your dog is relying on you to signal when he is right and wrong. If you are amused when he does something wrong, your dog will see the behavior as acceptable. That is counterproductive. Always correct him when the situation calls for it.





In conclusion, it's not impossible to have a well-behaved dog. In order to achieve this, you must give your dog love and train it correctly. Use the tips above to turn your dog into a member of the family.


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