Dog Training

Irwin, PA (PRWEB) June 16, 2006

Dog training is an art, and like any artist you must pick your tools carefully in order to properly train your dog. Each dog is different, and thus you must be able to decide which collar is most appropriate for your dog based on its temperament, personality, and strength.

When you’re trying to train your dog, one of the most important parts of training is getting the dog to come to you when you call them. This is a basic form of training and is one of the first things you want to teach your dog before moving on to more advanced techniques.

The first thing you need to figure out is what your dog likes. Figure out which treats they like the most. Whatever treat gets the most positive reaction is the treat you want to use. Once you’ve figured this out, invest in purchasing a supply of these treats so that they are handy at all times.

Start by going into the house, and calling the dog by his name. Once he or she arrives at your feet, give them the treat. Consistently repeat this process periodically. It will teach the dog that if they listen to you, and come to you when you call them, they will be rewarded for doing so.

Whether you train your dog yourself or find a professional, teaching your dog commands and socializing it is important. Areas to cover in training include:

1. Learning the sit command. Normally this is the first thing that new dog owners teach their puppies and dogs.

2. Interacting with other dogs. Helping your dog socialize with other dogs is great at dog parks and also in a dog training class.

3. Socializing to strangers. Dogs love humans and getting them acquainted with more humans makes it easier to interact with strangers.

4. Dog Leash walking at your pace. This is important that your dog learns who is the boss by you regulating the speed of the do walks.

5. Learning the stay command: This command is important for your dog to master in different environment obstacles.

There are many benefits to having a well-trained dog. But it doesn’t necessarily mean the dog will not develop behavioral problems down the road. Being around a well-trained dog is a joy and it strengthens the human-animal bond.

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