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Training Your Dog - Playing The Right Role
By Nick Luvera
In order for any dog training 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 Read more...

 

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Dog Training - Bad Dogma, How Harsh Training Methods Can Cause Aggression
By Eric Letendre
The dictionary defines the word dogma as: The established belief or doctrine held by a religion, ideology or any kind of organization, thought to be authoritative and not to be disputed, doubted or Read more...

Training Your Dog – Why It Is So Important To Train Your Dog
By jason bb han
I am not too sure if you are going to agree with me on this. Being a dog owner is just like having kids. It comes with a lot of responsibility. Just like you need to teach your kids the proper values Read more...

 
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Successful Dog Training Methods
By Wade Robins
A very good relationship between you and your pet consists of mutual understanding, but how can you achieve that? By means of dog training methods, of course, though you should not be alarmed if you Read more...
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Choosing Dog Training Equipment
By Razak
To train your dog you need some good equipment to do it! It's easy enough to find places that sell dog training equipment these days. You can find stores in your local phonebook or on the internet. Read more...
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Obedience Training And Your Dog
By Jack Munday
Forget the old wise tail about some dogs being slow when learning obedience; most dogs are not "slow." They can learn to follow directions, perform tricks like sit, stay, and fetch, and even work at Read more...


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Dog Potty Training Basics - Part 2
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Dog Potty Training Basics - Part 2: Training and Praise

As I educate a new puppy where to go potty, I ALWAYS use a leash. When dog potty training, leashes keep your pooch near to you, so you can watch and control everything that goes on. Dogs, especially, are easily distracted. A blowing bush, new smell, branch, another creature - all can take a dog's mind off the topic at hand. If you are nearby the dog with the leash in hand, a gentle yank will redirect away from the curiosity. Leashes are really good to assist educate an AREA to go potty. With a leash, you just take the pooch to the area every time.


I additionally teach terms for pottying when I'm dog potty training. This way, as the dog understands what the terms mean, he will comprehend WHAT I wish as well as what time I wish it to transpire. My terms are "go potty" for urination and "go poopoo" for defecation. Your pick can be ANY term or phrase you desire to exercise consistently. Don't forget when you pick your term or phrase that you will be repeating it A LOT!

When I take my pooch outside on a leash, I begin to educate him the word "OUTSIDE". "Let's go OUTSIDE!". "Do you need to go "OUTSIDE"? "OUTSIDE! OUTSIDE!" In time, the pooch will understand that the term OUTSIDE is associated with pottying. Eventually you will be able to ask the pooch "do you need to go OUTSIDE?" and receive a response like barking, running to the door or tail wagging. That is when you know that the dog potty training is taking effect.
Mike Scilly is an expert dog trainer. You can learn more at easy-dog-potty-training.info

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5 Ways To Stop Your Dog Jumping
By Michael Marsden
One of the most annoying habits a dog can have is to jump on their owners, or guests, when they enter the house. Jumping is usually a sign of great excitement on the dog’s part, but it can also cause Read more...

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