Cut Training Time In Half With Clicker Dog Training
By Andrew Bicknell
Using a clicker to train your dog is relatively new in the dog obedience world. The clicker itself is a simple piece of equipment, nothing more than a small rectangular box with a metal button that Read more...
Benefits Of Yoga - Why Yoga Exercise Is Good For You
By Satrajit Majumdar
Yoga books tell us that Yoga, as we all know, is aimed to unite the mind, the body, and the spirit. Yogis view that the mind and the body are one and that if it is given the right yoga kit and tools Read more...
How To Use Dog Training Treats To Make Him Learn
By Sam Nichols
There are a number of methods that you can use to do dog training. Some ways need for the dog's owner to be able to use harmful treatments, while other methods ask for their patience and commitment. Read more...
Important Guide To Training Your Dog
By John Singleson
Before starting dog training, it is best that you know your options well. These days you can find many types of dog training, in many different places. These trainings vary in price and each one them Read more...
House Training Tips - Where To Place Your Dog If You Have Limited Space Inside Your House
By Jason Phillips
A lot of people that buy a dog, don't think about where they will place him first. This leads to a variety of problems after the purchase is made, and it seems like there isn't a right place for the Read more...
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Training Your Dog - Playing The Right Role
By Nick Luvera
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In order for any to work for any dog, you have to play the right role in his life. Most dog trainers and professionals gain this by teaching the dog from the beginning that the trainer is the boss.
Doing this simple thing, you can teach your animal anything else. Because dogs react in pack like instincts, you'll gain the benefit of being able to be the pack leader, and everything else will fall right in line with that for you.
Once your dog respects you, it will make your training sessions much easier and more fun too. I hope this tip helps you get ready to train you dog to be the best that they can be.
Patience And Repetition While Training Your Dog
One of the most difficult things for people to do is to have patience when it comes to training a puppy or a dog to behave in a specific way. Repetition will be the key to any type of and ultimately this will define what the dog's behavior is over the long haul. In other words, it is important for you, as the dog owner, to invest the patience and the time in repeating actions over and over again until your puppy learns them.
After a while, your dog will learn what you are teaching them and you won't have to repeat yourself so much. It can be frustrating when you are starting out but try to be patient and remember that it will get much easier in the near future if you stick with it. The more time you put into training your dog, the faster they will learn new things too.
Remember that the hand that trains is the hand that feeds. Typically, your dog will start bonding at feeding times. Although others in the family may want to share in the feeding, at first it is best for one person to do the feeding.
While all dogs have some level of dog behavior problems, it is essential for the owner to notice and address these problems as they arise. Using things like rewards as well as discipline can help to stop the poor behavior and instill better behaviors in your dog or puppy that you can be proud of.
Be patient, gentle, speak soft, soothing, one word assurances. Speak "NO" more strongly for unacceptable behavior.
If you do not want the dog in certain rooms use your hand as a traffic cop and say firmly but gently "NO," and stay that way until the dog gets the message. Consistency, repetition and softness are the keys to successful training.
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Dogs Training Series Nursing A Sick Dog
By Alex Rocklane
Occasionally, dogs require extra attention when they are sick. If they have acquired an illness, an injury or have been through surgery, nursing will help his recovery. There are certain methods to Read more...