Congratulations on your new dog owner.What will the first step that should be taken when introducing your dog to his new home? Proper training will benefit both you and your pet. These tips will give you all the help you need when training your pet.
This creates a positive with being in the crate.
A dog will look at one thing for quite a while until its attention is broken. If you are consistent and use repetition, it will help his behavior.
The first thing your dog is to establish that you are in control. Your dog must understand that you’re in control, unless you let him know that you are the boss. Always walk in front of the dog when you go on walks, as this establishes that you hold a position of leadership.
Do not use a shock collars and similar training devices. They may not work very well and are a lot more expensive as opposed to conventional methods of training. They can also discourage good behaviors as they inhibit your dog to be confused about all their behaviors.
One command that should be taught early to a puppy is “leave it.” This teaches them to drop something and step away from things you do not want him to touch.This basic command teaches them to cease chewing on something he shouldn’t and it keeps them safe from dangerous items.
Changing your tone depending on what you want to communicate will help train your dog. Be firm with your command, but vary your tone depending on what you are trying to get the dog to do.
A good training tip is to be aware of the special grooming needs that your dog’s breed. Some dogs require a small amount of grooming, whereas other breeds need meticulous grooming weekly. Grooming keeps your pet clean and happy, reducing the chances of getting a disease.
Anxiety in dogs often leads to destructive chewing behavior. If you give the dog a chew toy and put him in the safety of a dog crate, your dog and your house will stay safe.
Consistency is one of the key to canine training. Make sure everyone knows what to do in terms of rewarding the whole household is being consistent with training cues.Different cues from different people will only confuse your dog and delay training.
Consistency is key in the process of training your dog. Being consistent applies to the words you use for the commands you are looking for the dog to obey, to the words’s tone, and to rewards you provide the dog if he completes the command you teach him successfully.
Make sure your dog goes for his or her check-up when the time comes.If you see that your dog has trouble with certain parts of training, or you notice that he has started to backslide, make sure he is in good health. Dogs hide pain for a long time. Behavioral changes may be the only cue you will know if there is an issue with your dog’s health. For example, aggression can be a sign of pain, while regression concerning house training may be suggestive of urinary tract infections.
A well trained dog is a happy dog, and owners of well trained dogs are pretty happy too. This article has hopefully laid a foundation for success as you start training your pet.