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American Pit Bull Dog Obedience Training
By Tim Amherst
The Pit Bull terrier is an amazing dog and is extremely energetic and can certainly prove to be a handful if not properly trained. American Pit Bulls are extremely loyal and when a relationship is Read more...


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Dog Obedience Training Equipment
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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...


How To Start Training A Dog For Agility
By profitweaver
Introduction and HistoryDog agility training began as a sport in the UK in the 1970s, and involves successful completion of an obstacle course. It’s a great way to develop a strong bond between Read more...

Tips For House Training Your Dog
By Neil Teasdale
The first thing you must have when attempting to house train your dog is "patience." Keep in mind that when we were young, we too had to learn where and when we could go. Bad news is, we don't have Read more...

Horrible Dog Behaviour Problems
By Kristin Blount
If you find that you are not being successful in training your own dog, or maybe you don't have the time or the skill, then you may wish to consider the use of a professional dog trainer. Read more...

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I'm Having Trouble House Training My Dog
By Andrew Bicknell

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Getting a new dog or puppy can be a very exciting time for any person or family until the first time he goes to the bathroom on your carpet. House training your new dog can present something of a challenge, particularly if you are a first time dog owner. Fortunately most dogs are relatively easy to potty train if you have a positive outlook and some general knowledge.

The first thing you need to do if you are having troubles is choose a potty training plan and stick to it. One of the best and quickest ways to accomplish your goal is a method called crate or kennel training. To do this you will need to purchase a small indoor kennel that will become your dogs sleeping area.

Dogs instinctively do not like to make a mess where they sleep and by restricting your dog to its sleeping area he will learn to wait to go potty until he is let out of the crate. You do have to make sure that you properly size the crate otherwise if it is to big your dog will sleep at one end and do its business at the other.

For an adult dog it needs to be big enough to stand up in, turn around, and stretch out comfortably. A new puppy will need a kennel that it can grow into, so the type of breed you have will determine how big the crate needs to be.

Consistency is the key to making crate training work. Your puppy or dog will need to stay in the crate except for eating, going outside for potty breaks, or is being played with. You can't give an un-house broken dog unsupervised freedom to roam the house. Dogs that learn to relieve themselves in the house find it easier to do it again.

Using the crate to house break your dog will take a month or two. During this time it can be helpful to have a written schedule to help you remember when to let your dog out, when he needs to be fed, and most importantly when you spend time playing and bonding. You will find that as your dog gets more used to this method he will probably spend more time outside the crate, but he must be supervised at all times. You don't want to give him his freedom before he is completely potty trained.

Here's a few more things that you need to keep in mind:

The first time you put your dog or puppy in his kennel he's probably not going to like it. There will be whining and crying because dogs are social creatures who want lots of attention. If you make it an inviting place with soft blankets, toys, and maybe a chewy your dog will soon get used to it.

Do not put the crate in some remote corner of the house where your dog will feel alone and isolated. Keep it in the living room or kitchen so even when he's in it he feels like he's part of your family. Before long you will no longer have to ask the question, "Why am I having trouble house training my dog?"
There is an excellent resource available for house training your dog called SitStayFetch. To learn more about this training method please Click Here for a Review of SitStayFetch.

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Is Dog Training Necessary Part 1
By Jeff Pettit
A question many people ask me is should I train my dog or how much training is necessary for my puppy. Dog obedience training is more then just telling your dog what to do or telling him to stop Read more...

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