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Dog Obedience Training - How To
By Allen McDaniel
Obedience training is also an easy way to establish the social hierarchy. The most important thing to remember about dog obedience training is that dogs are generally easy to teach and eager to Read more...


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Training Your Dog – Ready-to-use Strategies
By Melissa Wayan
Training your dog; what fun this can be. Have you ever watch a person try to train their dog? It is quite comical I assure. When I was a young child and my mom and dad were training my dog, I always Read more...

Training Aggressive Dog – How To Train Your Aggressive Dog
By Davion Wong
Training aggressive dog is a thorny issue and has gotten many dog owners vexed over it. Dog aggression can be a serious problem as there are laws and by-laws in different states that demand the Read more...


Learning About The Various Yoga Shoulder Stretches
By Yogi Ashanti
Yoga is comprised of a series of yoga shoulder stretches and postures that help you become more aware of your mind, body, and environment. While starting in yoga it is important that you experiment Read more...

3 Dog Training Commands That You Should Teach Your Dog First
By N.Richards
Whether you are getting a new dog or beginning to work with an old dog, obedience training is a must! There are a number of dog training commands that are important to teach your dog. What dog Read more...

House Training Puppies. Recognizing, Preventing, And Handling Dog Aggression
By Max Pow
A dog is an instinctively aggressive creature. In the wild, aggression came in very handy: dogs needed aggression to hunt, to defend themselves from other creatures, and to defend resources such as Read more...

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Tips On Training Your Dog
By kateyounge

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When it comes to training dogs, you have to keep in mind that may just not be the same procedure for each and every dog as there are a few who may simply enjoy the session but others may not. There are a number of pet animals who may in fact sit quietly for longer sessions but others may simply be impatient. You can always try referring to a guide so that you can make better informed, brief and simple sessions for your pet animal. You just have to ensure that your dog is in fact interested in the session and at the same time also follows everything that you are teaching him.

You just have to keep in mind that a dog may have a much shorter attention span, as compared to humans. Always ensure that dog obedience training session is very interesting, especially when both of you have just been together for a short time of the day. Whenever you are having sessions with your dog, you have to be sure that you never organize it after meals as your dog may not get motivated by food rewards and may in fact be very tired, so he may never pay attention to your dog obedience training sessions.

When training your dog you have to be sure that you are in fact very patient with him so that you avoid pushing him too hard and forcing him to just lose all interest in the session. You can also read more of this when purchasing some of the best guides that you can easily find in a number of book stores in the market and online. You can also try to go through various guides that are in fact available over the internet as most websites may also allow you to download the eBook format online. Always ensure that you make your session short and quick and try taking one lesson at a time so that you don't over burden your dog with too much information.

You may just have to try to end a particular session the moment your dog has learned one task and the best thing is that you may have to try to reward him for his work so he might be more interested in his dog obedience training session next day too. You always have to ensure that you and your dog together are in fact enjoying your sessions so both need to co-operate well with each other and have better understanding. You can always be sure that your dog certainly needs to be motivated at every step of his session so you have to keep stocks of dog treats, so that he is motivated continuously.

Provide him with cheese or meat pieces or even frankfurter slices in stead of dog biscuits. Dogs always like to be praised by their owner so you have to be sure that you do praise him for his good work and performance at the time of the session. You can always try to praise him by treats and pats or even verbally. You can also try to categorize these praises like a nice dog treat for excellent job, pats for good and verbal praise for not so fine job. This may always help to motivate your dog to perform much better every time.
Kate younge is a professional dog trainer and has written a number of dog training books. You can read more of her at her Dog Training website

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Dog Obedience Training - Professional Or Diy?
By Rebecca Prescott
Having a new puppy as an addition to the household can be very exciting. Although it is easy to get caught up with this excitement, it is important as a responsible dog owner to ensure that your dog Read more...

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