Training A Dog Can Be Simple Once You Know What You’re Doing
You adore your dog, but you also like the items you own. Unfortunately, your dog may not value the things you have and it may chew anything that may look like a tasty chew toy. Reading this article can help in dealing with unwanted behavior.
Spend just the right amount of time training your dog, and do not wear it out. Begin by implementing brief training sessions, then make each session progressively longer. Pay attention to the point when your dog starts to get restless.
Put yourself in your dog’s proverbial shoes, or paws, rather. You may feel burnt out if your dog does not seem to be responding to their training. Don’t do yourself and your pet an injustice by simply giving up. Thinking like a dog can make it easier for you to do what is needed to train him. Looking at the world through their eyes could give you new insights about training them.
It is easy to train a roll with treats. The first step is to teach your dog to lay. The next step is to hold a treat close to the floor by the dog’s head then continue to move the treat over his head until you reach the other side. His nose will track that treat and his body will roll over. Be sure to say ROLL OVER as your dog is rolling. Eventually, he will learn to perform the trick upon command. Don’t get frustrated if it takes a few tries, once he learns this trick he’ll be the star of the dog park!
In conclusion, put a stop to your dog chewing on your items. This stops the dog from getting sick and will keep you from getting frustrated and annoyed. Use the advice in this piece and you will have what it takes to curtail excessive chewing.