New Dog Training Resource To Help Dog Owners Improve Their Dogs Behaviour

(PRWEB) January 12, 2006

Teaching a dog the basic commands will ensure that the dog becomes better behaved and more likely to respond positivity to future commands and training exercises that it is given.

Most dog owners want a calm and obedient dog. The reason being obedient dogs are often happier dogs and are less likely to cause any problems. Depending on the breed of the dog it can sometimes be even more important to have a well trained dog. For example dog breeds such as pit bulls and rottweilers are known to have behavior and aggression problems.

The basic commands which all dogs should know are:

Sit – Training a dog to sit is an important part of the training process

No – Teaching a dog the no command let’s the dog know instantly what it cannot do

Stay – By training a dog to stay always keeps the owner in control of the dog

Training a dog is not just about having an obedient pet. First of all the dog enjoys the training, it also strengthens the bond between owner and dog.

Include your dog in family activities and the dog will quickly become part of the family. Dogs enjoy to be trained and played with. Two Dog Townhouse They also enjoy being shown affection. Whenever your dog does something that pleases you remember to let it know.  Get great tips on what to do with dog poop here.

A properly trained dog will respond to all its owners commands and will not display anxiety or confusion. The best training program allows a dog to know what is expected of it and will reward the dog when the desired behavior is reached.

Ongoing training sessions help provide the dog with an exercise to perform. This is a great way for dogs to use up these excess energy while having fun at the same time.

Playing with a dog is another way to strengthen the bond between owner and pet. This will help to prevent both the owner and dog from becoming bored.

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