First, you must know exactly what you want your dog to learn. Do you want your dog to sit, stay, fetch, bark, and rollover? Or do you want your dog to walk the tight rope and do back flips? Remember that dogs are pets, not our amusement. They can do so much and no more. You have to be specific about the dog training and stick to a set pattern for a specific time period.
Specific Dog Training Tips
One of the biggest motivation for dog training is rewards or basically treats. When you feed you dog treats for correct behavior it is effectively communication with the dog letting him or her know that what he did was right.
About what you want your dog to do rather than what you don't want him to do. Then prevent him doing what you don’t want and reward him doing what you
do want. Get it? Teach him some words to help communicate what you want such as “leave it”, and “drop it”.
Know Your Dog Type
You have to understand your dog breed and better yet, understand your own dog and know what the animal is really capable of. Once you know this you should begin to tailor your training schedule and training type.
You can't begin training your dog today and expect the poor pooch to be fully trained the next day. Training is a consistent repetitive process which should always be reinforced by always giving the animal the commands to do.
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