Dogs want more than anything to make their owner happy – that’s why they are easily trained. According to the most popular dog training classes, you should:
- Make a list of basic commands you want to teach them: “Sit.”
- “Come,” “down,” or “no” (one that is always useful).
You may also want to control his barking, teach him not to order food, and avoid the house’s accidents. All this can be done – it just takes consistency, praise, occasional rewards, loads of tolerance, and inspiration. Peruse on for more dog training tips and exhortation.
There isn’t anything more disappointing and risky than a dog that doesn’t obey. Here’s a situation: you look at your watch and realize you’ve been walking for an hour. Your puppy has run after its ball a lot, played with other furry friends, and is now lying on the ground with its tongue out. You think it’s time to go home, you call out, but the puppy doesn’t move. It rests its head on the ground while keeping eyes on you. Could it be that the puppy didn’t hear you? What’s the deal?
I’m not going to tell you the end of this story because you’ve probably suffered through it yourself. That’s why it’s so important to train a dog. Not only you won’t waste hours in a park calling for its name, but prevent your dog from real danger. It is essential for your safety, other animals’ safety, and people’s safety.
We will begin to teach him things from the four months, but very little by little, without hurry, and always using positive reinforcement. Fundamentally, we do it this way so that the puppy learns well. A well-mannered dog is paramount to enjoy life with your pup.
When your pup is one year old (yes, 12 months!!) is when we can start to get a little more serious about his training and get him into dog training classes. In the meantime, you have to enjoy him. When the time comes, keep in mind the following:
- Ask yourself inquiries about how you need to instruct your pet.
- The entire family should prepare the dog in a similar way.
- Instruct your dog to figure out how to perceive his name.
- Teach your dog to figure out how to be with others.
- It would be best if you showed your pet how to nibble.
- Instructions to prepare your doggy in certain.
- Don’t have contradictory training.
- Teach your dog to stay alone
- Short, multi-site training sessions
- Learn to scold him properly
When toilet training your puppy, be prepared for accidents, be patient and positive. This is one of the most important things to teach your dog, so start by doing a program. Dogs are creatures of habit, so take the dog potty after it eats, after playtime, right after a nap, and before it goes to sleep or when the sniffs around looking for a place to pee; put these moments in your program. When the dog does in the right place, praise your pup a lot. Even a treat will motivate it the next time. In time, your puppy will know where and when to do it. Just remember, not all puppies are perfect. You’ll have to clean up once in a while.