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Dog Training Strategies – Two Main Approaches

Author: darrenbakergstraining In this blog post, we’ll collapse the methods of training into two very general classifications – positive and negative reinforcement training. Through this, you will be able to know which type of training dog professionals recommend and the arguments supporting it. Before we start, a big thank you

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Dog Obedience Training Exercises: Developing A Well-Trained Dog

Have you seen the movie “Marley and Me”? If you have, then you’ve seen how annoying Marley can be. He’s the type of dog that any dog trainer will not be too happy to meet. He pees everywhere, chews on the living room set, and jumps on people. Actually, his owner, portrayed by Owen Wilson, even brought him to a dog training class to turn him into a well-trained dog. Unfortunately, the dog trainer easily gave up on him because he was the worst dog she had ever seen. He made a total chaos in the class, so he was not allowed to finish the course. That was kind of frustrating on the part of his owners. Now, if you have a dog like Marley, what will you do? Why not try these dog obedience training exercises to develop a well-trained dog? Sit You have to note that your dog …

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Dog Training On Come Or Recall Command

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The arrival of a young dog is always an exciting moment for everyone in the family. Kids and adults alike take turns in playing and adoring him. The puppy is always fun to touch and play with and has the tendency to be the center of attention in the household. You have to realize though that his arrival means you have a lot of things to attend to. At the same time, he has a lot of new things to learn in line with his behavior and following orders. Do you want your dog to be responsive when you call on him? Well, unfortunately, some dogs fall short on this. To make a change, be sure to have your pet properly trained on this. Dog training training educates your dog to respond to the come or recall command given to him. The Significance of the Come or Recall Command Among …

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Dog Training And Socialization

It is fun to keep a pet at home but it also calls for a couple of obligations to fulfill. Take note that what your dog does is always out of habit. Thus, if you tolerate his bad habits, he will not be able to outgrow them. It will be you who will suffer in the end. So, it is best to start early with the dog training lessons. Puppies are but young and don't have a mind of their own. They are simply dependent on you so it is your task to assist them let go of their bad habits and develop the good ones. You and your leadership skills will therefore guide your dog towards the right path in terms of honing his behavior, habits, and temperament. This is the main reason why dog training and socialization trainings are very much necessary. Training Your Dog at Home Separation …

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Dog Obedience House Training How To Go about It

House training is a very important phase in a dog’s life. It secures the tight bond and good relationship between the master and the dog. Experts advice that house training must start while the dog is young. In this sense, your pet’s misbehavior will be corrected at such an early time. Therefore, the sooner that you start with dog obedience house training, the better. Here are the guidelines on how you should go about dog obedience house training. Let him have his own space. The untrained puppies or dogs should not be allowed wandering around the house without any supervision. You may not know it but your pet might already be chewing on things and worse, may get themselves injured or electrocuted. If you are at home, be sure to keep him in a place where you can see him easily. If there will be a time that he will …

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Can Speaking And Singing Stop A Nuisance Barker?

How do you stop a nuisance barker? Easy: Teach them how to "speak" and "sing". This might be more interesting for bothersome humans, but just way cuter for canines. All types of dogs, may it be size or breed, can be easily taught to speak. The way for it to go is to call your dog, show him a treat (which never disappoints), and say "Speak". The dog might probably not understand what you are trying to make him do, and probably would dart on the treat, jumps, and will eye it intently at first. Finally, he will sit down, gets impatient, and then utters a sharp bark which is what you have been waiting for, and for that instant when he does so, reward him with a treat.   Not all dogs love to bark. Just like humans, some are aggressive, and some are just plainly shy. For these …

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Basic Commands For Dog Training

Are you bored with your dog who knows only three commands? Don't fret, my friend! You could probably use a little jazz.  Specific command words are not that difficult and important. The thing here should be the consistency of its usage. My friend, Wiki, here can give you a bit of a blast. Some of these certain commands are accepted as standard, while others are commonly used. Here is a list you might find quite interesting: Let us start off with the basic commands 1.) Sit ?it is a mono-syllabic word that requires a bit of an authentic tone that would require for your dog to be in a sitting position. 2.) Down ?just like #1, this also requires an abrupt tone for the dog to be typically down when its elbows (front feet) and hocks (rear legs) are touching the ground or floor. 3.) Heel ?The dog's head or …

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Facts About Dog Adoption

So – you have been through the process of dog adoption and you’ve brought your new rescue dog home. What should you expect? Stress and the rescue dog. Bringing a rescue dog home can be scary for you and your family. You may have never had a dog before. You don’t know each other yet. You may wonder whether you’ve done the right thing. Don’t worry. Even experienced dog owners can feel like that – I certainly do. It’s not a bad thing because it means you’re taking your responsibility seriously. But if you’re anxious about it, think how worried your new rescue dog will be. You can’t explain what’s going on. He (or she) has no idea what you’re like. He may have been neglected or badly treated and wonder if he’s going to get more of the same. He may think this is yet another temporary home – …

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