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45  quick dog training tips

45  quick dog training tips

 

Dog training is a science and an art, and it is also hard and fun. We have put in this article some quick tips for dog training. These are some of the important things you should keep in mind before you start dog training.

 

1) Never treat your dog harshly.

 

2) While walking the dog we must put a harness around the neck so that the dog can be led through it before it is well trained.

 

3) Keep plenty of treats on hand to use as an incentive to train your dog.

 

4) Tell the dog what you want him to do.

 

5) If the dog is afraid of your bad mood, he will not learn anything new, just because he does not trust you.

 

6) If your dog is out of control, a good way to correct him is to isolate him from the rest of the "herd". Put it in the box and discard it. Solitude is the language of dogs: "Your behavior is unacceptable and we don't like it." The dog will understand the message and may cry or howl, but you should ignore it. After it cools down and calms down, take it out of the box.

 

7) Playing ball is a great way to tire your dog out.

 

8) If your dog is on someone else's property or a public place, clean up the dirt. This way, others will love your pet just as much as you.

 

9) If you use gestures, they will need to be unique and distinct for your dog to be able to tell them apart. There are standard dog training tags used for basic commands. If you're not sure, look online, talk to a coach, or watch a book to learn more clearly which body language to use.

 

10) Use emotion in handling your dog.

 

11) Use the steering wheel properly.

 

12) Use a puppy-sized collar and guide. Collars that are too loose or too tight can hurt.

 

13) Take your dog to the vet frequently and keep vaccinations up to date.

 

14) Rely on the theory of substitution of things.

 

15) Praise the dog often.

 

16) Prevent the dog from biting.

 

17) Listen to your dog.

 

18) Make sure to schedule a few dog training sessions per week.

 

19) Be patient while training dogs.

 

20) Obedience training is not only for the dog, but for you as well, because it teaches you to communicate everything the dog does in a way that he understands. If you send your dog to train with someone else, he will learn to communicate with that person, not you. Take the time to learn how to train your dog and don't shift the responsibility to others. In some cases, it may be necessary to take the dog to learn the basics with another person, but you must be present and work with the trainer to be able to continue training at home. Do some "alignment" sections with the trainer again to keep you and your dog on track.

 

21) Remember that every dog ​​is different, and some may take longer than others to learn. No dog is impossible to train.

 

22) Regular exercise will prevent the dog from becoming destructive. Dogs get bored, and when they do, they find ways to entertain themselves which can include chewing on their favorite shoes, destroying furniture, or nonstop barking. Avoid these problems by taking them out for a walk.

 

23) Try to have a training session between 15 to 20 minutes several times a day instead of long training sessions.

 

24) Beware of training in the wrong way.

 

25) Use a firm voice for voice commands. You want the dog to feel, so talk willingly. Don't keep repeating while the dog is waiting for you to obey. Reinforce between two and three seconds if the command is not carried out and then praise the dog. You don't want to be one of those people who needs to repeat 20 times for the dog to feel it, but you do it the first time.

 

26) Keep in mind that dogs don't communicate the same way humans do, so it's up to you to learn their "language," not the other way around.

 

27) Before starting a training session, make sure your dog is properly warmed up.

 

28) Be assertive and confident in yourself.

 

29) Be consistent. The command and gesture used should be the same every time.

 

30) Do not let the animal bite you, even as a joke, because this will create a bad precedent and you will have difficulties in getting him out of this habit. Dangerous and aggressive dogs will need special training from an experienced trainer, sometimes also including a behavior vet. Never attempt to train an aggressive dog without the proper experience, as it would be very dangerous.

 

31) Do not let your dog lean on you, this is not a sign of affection but rather of dominance. You are the leader and the dog enters your space. Stand up and take his paw away from you. Praise the dog for standing up and instruct it to lie down or go to the crate if you need to take care of your personal space more efficiently.

 

32) Don't let your dog do a bad thing too often because it will create a bad habit.

 

33) Punish the dog in the wrong place. To know the reason for the punishment.

 

34) Do not give your dog a full-sized meal a few hours before his training. The more a dog desires a reward, the more focused he will be on the task he needs to perform.

 

35) Don't be hard on or hit your dog. If you remove his frustration in this way, he will only learn to be afraid of you.

 

36) Do not give the dog too much freedom.

 

37) A dog requires the same amount of responsibility as a child. If you're not ready, don't adopt one until you've researched and made adjustments to be able to have such an animal in your life.

 

38) Dog training takes a lot of patience. Choosing the wrong breed for your skill level or lifestyle can be frustrating, so if you think you made a bad decision, seek help from the professionals. You may get to find a replacement home for your pet. In this case, contact a local rescue organization or a vet. Don't wait for you and your dog to suffer: If you're not patient, train with a reputable dog trainer. No one is “born” a dog trainer without the proper education.

 

39) Training sessions should be kept short and should end on a positive note.

 

40) Training should be fun for you and the dog. If you're not having fun, stop for today.

 

41) Everyone should use the same commands your dog learns in training. He doesn't speak your language and doesn't know the difference between "stay" and "stay there," so using the two terms will only confuse your dog.

 

42) The dog needs exercise continuously in order to use its lungs and muscles to the fullest extent.

 

43) Some want their dog when training to be strong, aggressive, and lethal. And these are dangerous traits in the dog. In addition to training him, his aggressiveness should be controlled or controlled because it is in fact dangerous to others. It is necessary that he be trained on the basis of a dog of defense and service, and not a dog of fighting and crime like the ferocious wolf.

 

44) Remember that training is not about controlling the animal, it is about communicating well with it.

 

45) Get some help from some specialists when needed.

 

These were some quick tips for dog training. We hope it helps you, dear reader, and if you have other basic dog training tips you want to share, we'd love to see it. Just please leave your dog training tips by leaving a comment below.

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