December 14, 2017

More Dog Training Tips That Many People Don’t Know Of

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It takes a whole lot of common sense to create obedient commands for both puppies and older dogs. One of the examples of this common sense is the ability to understand what dog trainers call “dog pack behavior”. Dogs have the natural inclination to move in packs with a pack leader, so:

• Walk your puppy or an older dog on a leash, prior to commencing each training session.
• Naturally establish yourself as the pack leader for the puppy or older dog by being in the lead as you walk.
• Walk the dog or puppy for a few minutes to establish the above scenario.

Begin an impromptu training session by telling the dog: “Good sit” each time he affectionately sits by you. And say “Good down” when he lies at your feet.

It is an appropriate Command action to direct the dog with your hands, or both hand and voice simultaneously. Hand signs and directions make him to see your hand as an important communication gadget. Familiarize yourself with your dog by touching all parts of its body. Do it often to create closeness between you two.

The issue of obedience in dog training is so cardinal that you cannot but ensure that it is achieved. Without obedience your dog will learn nothing. Make him to stay in a particular spot for a while without moving. Say to him, “Stay” while you move back a little, and then a couple of steps further back. If your dog obeys without following you, you are getting it.

It is not okay for your dog to be able to predict your actions, because then he will able to take advantage of his knowledge and cheat during training sessions. Dog training can be a simple matter if you know the basic points to keep in mind.

Tips You Should Know

• It is your dog’s utmost desire to understand you!
• So make it easy for it by being consistent
• Do not confuse your dog with inconsistent Commands.
• Ensure that all Command sessions end conclusively
• Remember that your dog remembers
• Let your training commands be sequential
• Stop each session as soon as the dog or you begin to lose commitment.

If after you follow all the above tips and you still find it difficult to give your dog the basic dog training, then it is time to look for a professional dog trainer to help you out.

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