Training your dog can be difficult if you’re attempting to do it for the first time, or the dog hasn’t experienced any proper training before. However with a kind manner, and a lot of patience, anyone is capable of training their dog. It will take a long time, as you need to do it in small sessions. The usual recommended thought is to have sessions that don’t last longer than fifteen minutes.
You don’t want to have the dog that you’re training getting bored, and distracted during a longer session. You can have sessions two or three times a day though, making the dog training about repetition. Start with something rather basic, such as ‘sit’. When the dog manages that task, and sits for you then move on to other commands like ‘stay’ or ‘lie down’.
Distractions are something that you should avoid as much as possible. Take the dog that you are training somewhere quiet, and try to remove anything that might distract you. It’s not good to have to take business calls, when you’re in the middle of the training session. It’s best to not have the first few sessions at a location where a lot of other dogs and owners go.
Remove Problems during the Sessions
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Training a dog is as important as feeding it. The fact that having a dog is a responsibility cannot be overemphasized. The pet owner must establish a good relationship with his or her dog. And the best way to establish this desired good relationship is to conduct dog training. Training a dog must become a regular activity. In order to get the best out of any dog training, the owner, who is also the trainer, must know the basics of different kinds of training.
Dog training must be a consistent and ongoing effort for both the dog trainer and the dog. Reinforcing desirable attitude must be done on a regular basis for successful dog training. Here are other dog training success methods to ensure a good and rewarding training program.
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Dogs are truly a man’s or a woman’s best friend. There are a lots of people in the world who will tell you that their pooch is much more reliable than any human that they have ever met, and this includes their spouses. Dogs can add so much to your life, and if you have managed to adopt a diva dog, you will certainly never be bored, but you had better beware.
A diva dog is one that believes that she or he has complete authority over you and your home. He honestly believes that he calls the shots, and if you are not careful, you might find yourself being completely beholden to your dog. Other characteristics that define the diva dog include, but are not limited to:
- Dictating where he wants to be, when he wants to be there and for how long
- Positioning himself so that he is the first to walk through the door after a walk or outing
- Preventing you from having a conversation on the phone without interruption
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