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Hunting Dog Training Should Be Taken Very Seriously
By Roland Parris Jefferson III
Hunting dog training should be taken very seriously because it requires your dog being desensitized to gunfire that normally accompanies a hunt and still be able to keep its focus on the trainer’s Read more...

 

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3 Common Dog Training Mistakes
By James C
If you are in the process of training your dog you know that it can be a frustrating task. Will they ever get it? People often make many mistakes during the training process that can greatly extend Read more...

Golden Retriever Training To Develop A Responsible Guide Dog
By Richard Cussons
If not all, most golden retrievers are used as guide dogs and mobility assistance dogs because of their sociability towards people, calmness and willingness to learn. Young puppies that are Read more...

 
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Known as man's best friend, Dogs are the most loved domesticated animals in the world. Having a dog or puppy in a family is quite exciting for that family. But just having a dog or a puppy is not Read more...


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Dog Obedience Training Tips
By kausarkhan

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The key to having a dog pet that is enjoyable and fun is proper dog training. Most people think that is teaching it how to do dumb tricks and competition exercises. Dog obedience training is teaching a dog to understand and do what it is told to do. The most critical aspect in nurturing a dog-human relationship is training a dog to be obedient. Training a dog to conduct itself in an acceptable manner both at home and outside is also the best way to detect, prevent and get rid of any behavioral problems that most dog owners face. Make your doggy happy and well balanced socially by following these simple Dog obedience training tips.


Tip 1: Set the training rules and make sure that you repeat them frequent and long enough for the dog to comprehend. The greatest characteristic of a dog trainer is repetition. You should therefore not tell him a rule only once and expect him to grasp it automatically.

Tip 2: You are the boss at all times and you must make sure that the dog knows that. By nature, a dog will try to train you to accept its behavior and communication, the key to successfully train a dog is making it understand that it is the students and you the trainer not the other way round.

Tip 3: Give clear and consistent communication signs throughout its training. Make it clear which of its behaviors are acceptable and which are not tolerable. Doing this will set very distinct guidelines for him.

Tip 4: Constantly evaluate your progress to make sure that you are impacting positively on the dog's obedience. If you find some stubbornness, investigate and find the root cause of it and the proper way to handle it.

Tip 5: Reward the dog only at the right times during the training. If you reward the dog at the wrong time, it will understand the actions preceding the reward as the acceptable conduct which is not the case. If a dog takes an instruction and learns something new, you can choose to reward him either by playing with it its favorite game or giving it something it likes.

Tip 6: There should be only one trainer at a time during a training period. Having more than one trainer at a time will send confusing instructions and lessons to the dog. However, after the training session, different people can test the dog's grasp.

Tip 7: Patience when training a dog is a very vital virtue. If you are training a dog and it doesn't seem to respond, do not get angry or try underhand shortcut tactics because his will only worsen the situation. All dogs can learn it is just that each dog, just like humans, have different ways to understand things.

There are different flavors of dog obedience programs, ranging from basic "Sit" and "fetch" instructions to complex dog show behavior training. Dog obedience is not a science that should be left exclusively to the professionals. Follow these simple dog obedience training tips to train your dog well and not only will it strengthen your relationship, it will also be a lot of fun spending time with it.
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Florida Dog Training
By Jeffrey5 Andrews5
Training a dog is not just about making it follow all your commands and verbal instructions. It is also about increasing your interaction with your pet. Not only does the dog learn a lot of things in Read more...

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