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Bringing Home Your New Pet: Dog Behavior Training Tips
By David Harding
Everyone knows what it is like to get a puppy for the first time, especially when you were a child. If you're looking to get a new puppy it's likely now one for your children and although there is Read more...


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Crate Training A Dog In Easy Steps
By Marty Moore
Crate training a dog is a way of training your dog and also keeps him secure while you are out. There are good ways to go about the process, and there are better ways to crate train a dog. With a Read more...

Dog Obedience Training Equipment
By Joe Lava
To properly train your dog, you're going to need the right dog training tools. These sorts of tools are designed with improving the learning process for your dog. Dog training tools are something Read more...


Dog Training - Dogs And Parks
By Emma Jane
If you’re not yet convinced that serious training can only be done with the guidance of a professional, then here are some reasons why that it should, to help you Read more...

Buying And Using An Electronic Dog Training Collar
By Andrew Bicknell
If you currently own a dog that seems a bit hard to train then you might be considering buying an electronic dog training collar. While the idea of using an electronic collar may be appealing it is Read more...

Choosing A Dog Training Course
By Todd Nelson -
You've got a dog with behavior problems, or you just plain want your dog to listen to you, but you don't know where to begin. You need help and answers badly, but you don't want to spend hundreds or Read more...

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Training Your New Dog To Sit - 5 Simple Steps
By Katie Mills

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Training your new dog to sit should be fun, and a positive experience so your dog wants to continue learning. Sessions should be short, lasting no more than 15 minutes and should be undertaken several times a day.

The sit command is very important; being a skill on which more advanced training is based. Sitting when told prevents unwanted behaviors (for example jumping up), improves your relationship with your dog, and reinforces your position as pack leader.

There are different methods of training your new dog to sit. Some people train by holding the collar and pushing the dog into a sitting position. This may work, but may also be a problem if your dog has a painful back or hips. It is also not a positive way to train; luring and capturing are much more positive methods.

When capturing you start informally; if you see your dog sit, say "sit" at the moment they do and give them a reward. Luring is as it sounds, you use something of value that the dog will follow until it achieves the position that you want.

To train the sit:

1. Find a quiet place to train. Have a reward (treats or a toy) close at hand.

2. With your dog standing, hold the treat in front of, and just above their nose and move it up and over their head. As they follow it, they will sit (canine anatomy makes it impossible for them not to sit or lift their front legs when they lift their head up and back). Be careful not to hold the treat too high above the nose or your dog may jump up or back off.

3. At the exact moment the dog sits, say "sit" (so they will associate the action with the word) and give him the treat followed by praising in an upbeat manner.

4. Repeat several times but do not overdo it. Have a break and come back later.

5. As your dog becomes more reliable, train in different areas and with different levels of distraction.

Training your new dog to sit may take some time, especially if they have come from a stressful environment such as a shelter. Be persistent, and reward any progress that is made, even if it is not the complete skill. With perseverance you will succeed and in the process will develop a bond with your dog who will be eager to learn other behaviors.
Congratulations on training your new dog to sit. Don't stop now or wait until you are frustrated with your dog's behavior, visit www.trainyournewdog.info for more tips and advice on effectively training your dog.

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Simple Yet Powerful Principles For Dog Obedience Training
Obedience training is necessary for your dog. It works as a way for you to communicate your wishes to your dog and allows the both of you to bond better. With training, your relationship will be Read more...

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