Dogs Don’t Speak English, So How Do We Reach Them?

Dogs Don’t Speak English, So How Do We Reach Them?

When it comes to dog training, you really have to put in the effort to get the results you really want. There are so many different techniques that can be used to

 

generate success, but you have to learn what it takes to get the success you want. To start training your loyal pal, you can start with these great dog training tips.

 

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Dogs can get bored easily. If you are training a young dog, keep your training sessions short as his attention span is short. To keep older dogs from getting bored, vary their training routines and change up his rewards and treats. If you notice your dog is bored during training, take a break and resume at a later time.

 

Your dog is the product of many generations of domestication and breeding. If you have a purebred or mixed dog, tailor your training efforts to your dog’s personality. For example, herding dogs may need more work to release energy that would otherwise go to herding efforts to make something like taking leashed walks easier.

 

 

Keep some of your dog’s favorite treats with you when you are training him to obey a new command. Dogs thrive on positive reinforcement. When you have his treat on hand, you can reward him as soon as he successfully obeys this new command. Before long, he will be able to respond to this command efficiently.

 

Training a dog can be frustrating, however if a person uses a different language than is normally heard by the dog while teaching it commands, it can be quite effective. Have you heard about the police dogs who were trained using the Irish language? If not, you should check it out! The dog can then easily differentiate between people talking normally and when it is being given a command by someone who wants it to do something.

 

To break your dog of bad habits such as jumping, the best technique is to ignore him, for just a short period! Dogs don’t really understand yelling in a situation like that. But if you turn your back and avoid further interaction, he’ll get the idea that he’s done something that breaks contact with you and dogs want to be our friends!

 

The main reason for crate training is to housebreak your dog. The concept of crate training is that dogs feel secure in this environment and will not soil the area in which they sleep. In this case, the crate, or den, is their sleeping area and they will not soil it, so it’s the best choice for housebreaking your dog.

 

 

Some dogs have enormous reserves of energy that can cause the dog to act crazy through out the day. For dogs like this a fenced in yard or electric collar fence can be a useful tool to allow the dog to run around in a contained area. The dog will have more exercise and be more relaxed when it comes inside.

 

Don’t forget that dog training takes a bit of knowledge and even skill to get right. If you aren’t giving it all you got, you are lessening the effect that you could have on your dog’s obedience. Regardless if your pet is new or old, you could start training your dog today with these tips in mind.

 

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