Basic Obedience Training For Dogs

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Training for dogs should be a fun experience that can last the rest of your life. As much as possible, it should be done in a positive environment. The first step is to understand why dogs are the way they are and what makes them tick. After you have done this, you can choose the most effective method of training for dogs.

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Basic Obedience Training For Dogs

Training for dogs should be a fun experience that can last the rest of your life. As much as possible, it should be done in a positive environment. The first step is to understand why dogs are the way they are and what makes them tick. After you have done this, you can choose the most effective method of training for dogs.

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Basic training for dogs consists of learning how to control their body language and learning the basics of leash training. This usually takes longer than some other training methods. Behavioral training is any sort of training which teaches dogs to behave properly around both humans and other dogs. It can involve any number of basic commands such as sit, stay, come, and more.

 

There are many different reasons why dogs misbehave. Some of these are simply bad training techniques and they cannot be changed, such as jumping up on visitors or snoozing in the corner of the room. Other behaviors can stem from personality issues and poor training, such as being afraid of strange men in the neighborhood or not knowing when to stop playing with your young puppy. In most cases, though, the reason dogs misbehave is due to miscommunication between the owner and the dog.

 

Many people training dogs believe that obedience training alone will solve all behavioral problems. Unfortunately, it rarely does, if ever. Most often, it is a combination of behavior modification techniques, such as socialization and reinforcement, along with professional trainer training. The most effective technique used by professional dog trainers is positive reinforcement training, or simply training with treats.

 

Positive reinforcement works by teaching your dog that the best way to get his attention is by performing a specific command. For example, you could use “come” as a command when your puppy arrives home from a walk, and “put down” as a punishment for bad behavior. When your puppy responds to your commands, he gets a treat and feels better about himself. This helps to create a positive relationship between you and your pet, and it gives him a firm foundation for house training.

 

As a final thought, please remember that it takes patience to properly house train your dog. Positive reinforcement and basic obedience commands are important, but they are not the only tools necessary. Any dog owner should consult with a veterinarian before starting any obedience training program with their new canine. A well-trained dog is a happy dog!

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