How To Properly Train Your Dog
Your dog can be trained and programmed like a remote control. The television remote has all the functionality needed to control your television, but the human hand is needed to actually manipulate it. This article can help bring out the innate ability to be trained in every dog.
It takes many repetitions before a dog is able to learn new commands. It isn’t unusual to have to repeat a trick dozens of times before the dog understands. Continue trying the same command and be patient, your dog will get it.
Think of a word you can use as a command during training. “Yes” is the perfect word to show dogs approval before giving a treat.
Dogs need an hour or more of exercise each day, aside from their potty breaks. A dog that is physically active and has the chance to exercise regularly is more capable of learning during training sessions. An exercised dog leads to having a responsive and happy dog.
When toilet training your dog, try to avoid accidents! Sometimes, your dog will have triggers for when its that time. Pacing, sniffing and whining are common signs. The moment your pet begins to do any of these things, don’t waste a single moment. Head outdoors to the assigned potty spot right away. Whenever he relieves himself in an appropriate time and place, he should be praised immediately. Do this consistently and he will always let you know when he needs to go outside.
Use your dog’s name as many times as you can, this will keep his attention on you. Use it as often as possible when you have your puppy during the first weeks, the puppy will make the connection. Pick a name that is distinguished and no longer than two syllables.
Once someone knows how to train their dog, all they need to do is practice. A well-trained pooch is a wonderful addition to any family, and your soon-to-be-trained dog is soon to be a joy to have around the house.