You thought you were bringing home Lassie from the pound, but sometimes it feels as if he is more like a hell-hound. There is good news – you can train aggressive or naughty behaviors out of your dog so they are better behaved in a short time.
Rewarding dogs properly and generously is important when it comes to training them. Giving them treats at the proper time and with the proper amount is important. This is because a dog does not always understand what it is being rewarded for when they do not receive their treat at the proper time.
Make sure your dog is up and active. Dogs can easily bored. A bored dog without interest in what you’re doing is more difficult to train. Your dog is going to be a lot more relaxed and willing to listen if he is exercised frequently. Go for a long walks and runs with your dog.
Give your puppy his own toys that he can chew to remove pain due to teething, otherwise he might alleviate his teething pain on your nice furniture. Give the dog one of his toys right away.
It takes many repetitions before a dog learns a new commands. It isn’t uncommon for 25-50 repetitions of this same command to be used for the dog understands it.
A lot of times owners will train their dogs once and not conduct any refreshers.
To house train your dog, get him on a set feeding and potty schedule every day. This will give you important forehand knowledge to prevent accidents and your dog needs to go to the bathroom. A schedule is a great way to train a dog to know when he will get to go out.
Start your dog’s training with something simple. This will give them instant success and your dog learns to love training sessions. This will give you greater results from the onset.
Your training sessions should be kept short. If you want to train them more, let the dog have a play break for stretching and relaxing before continuing with their training.
You must be firm with your puppy training. This consistent interaction will lend toward a strong bond during your training session.
To reduce your dog’s barking, try to desensitize them to the cause of their barking. It might be a noise or it could be the experience of being in front of other animals or people. Your dog will eventually come to realize that barking is unnecessary in these triggers.
Use your dog’s name as much as you have its attention. By using his name all the time in the first month of having our dog, your puppy will learn that this sound is in reference to him. Choose a shorter name that sounds differently than other terms.
Use the appropriate tone when you are correcting your pet. Dogs can easily sense how their trainer feels. A disciplinary command is best delivered in a stern tone means that he is being disciplined.
Most dog owners are surprised at how simple it is to include puppy training routines into their lifestyle and how fast they see results. If your dog is getting on your nerves, it’s time to put the above tips to use.