Training your puppy takes a huge part of a puppy. Use the tricks written here and you will see a trained dog easily.
Make sure you remain controlled when rewarding your dog’s good training behavior. If your dog follows a training command properly, then reward him only if he/she is calm. While you may be overjoyed with headway you are making, your excitement plus theirs can cause this situation to get out of control.
Dogs have a tendency to zone in on one particular thing to the exclusion of all else. If you get your dog to focus on you, your dog will wait for your signals instead of focusing on other things.
It takes many repetitions before a dog learns a new commands. It may take as many as 50 repetitions before your dog learns it.
Try not to reinforce bad behavior in your dog. This means don’t give your dog with attention or treats for doing something you don’t want it to do. For example, avoid rubbing the dog’s head every time they jump up when you get home.
It is easy to teach a pooch to roll over as long as you have some tasty treats on hand. The dog has to lay down. Next, hold the treat close to the floor on one side of the dog’s head, slowly bring the treat up and over the dogs head to the other side. He should then roll his body over while following the treat.
As training progresses, you can start giving it more freedom. The balance between freedom and obedience will give dogs a great life. Just make sure your training your dog efforts back.
Begin your training regimen with something that your dog. This will give them instant success comes quickly and serve as a building block for your dog learns to love training regimen. This gives you positive results throughout the training.
Always get your dog’s attention the same thing. Start your commands with the dog’s name. Get his attention with his name and then follow what you want it to do. Dogs often respond to names immediately and they know you need them to pay attention.
Now you are armed with the knowledge of how to train your puppy. Stay patient and reward your dog when they act properly. It will take a lot of work, but eventually all of your hard work will pay off.