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Dogs are definitely man's best friend. They could develop dog obedience to their master's instructions if the dog trainer or owner is able to communicate with them in a proper manner. Many pet owners become easily frustrated that at their first attempt, their pooch would not listen to them and just continue on its activities. Well you are not alone, many other dog owners and even experienced dog trainers have been through that situation! It is only a matter of mastery, time and proper tricks on how it is done.
Through collective advice from other trainers and owners, I have come up with a list of dog obedience tricks and tips that you might find valuable in disciplining your pooch.
You know that dogs and other animals have shorter attention spans that humans so put yourself into their situation and imagine just how frustrating dog obedience training for them could be. Most animals are easily trained when they are given treats prior to the training so you need to prepare some good treats prior to the giving him instructions.
Do not give too many instructions to your dog or simply give up on a trick because it did not get it at first. Be consistent in all your dog obedience training because eventually it will learn to follow every single command you will give him. It would take much more than time for them to realize and understand you since they communicate very differently than humans do. In addition, giving too many instructions will only confuse your dog and he will end up not following every single instruction you will give because you fail to help him recognize the urgency and importance of your command. Once he is able to learn a trick, be sure to reward him and let him register and retain the new trick by reviewing the tricks with him before proceeding to a new one.
Be the Boss
Make it clear to your dog that you are the boss and that it needs to follow your instructions. Being the boss means you have to be firm in giving the commands yet remember not to be harsh. Animals in general love to follow owners that are gentle to them.
Those are just some of the many things that you need to remember when you are looking to be successful in your dog obedience training. Remember that dogs will obey your commands once you are considerate, firm yet not harsh and reward them once they do things right.
Tom has been a dog lover since he got a German Shepherd puppy when he was a little boy. Now, he has two dogs, and he hopes to pass on his experience gained over the years. Click here for more information on dogs. www.mydogbasics.com
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