Training Your Dog

The first factor you should think of before is the learning environment. should be trained in an environment that is familiar such as your home. In case, you have a yard, it is ideal to use the same training method both inside your house as well as in your yard. Your pet dog will have a very short attention span and if you will train him in an unfamiliar place, the new scents and objects will surely distract your pet.

The next consideration is the number of people who are there during dog training. It is recommended to have only a single family member to train a dog. This should be done one on one to avoid anything that will distract your dog. Once your dog has learned to obey your commands or instructions, the first trainer should show or pass on the steps on how to teach the dog to every family member.

The most important consideration when training your dog is the tone of your voice. The commands you give your pets should come across as firm and clear. On the other hand verbal praises should be affectionate, encouraging and eager. You can mimic the way you speak to a small child when he has accomplished great things. After that you can gently pat the on the head or scratch the back of your pet.

These are the basics on how you can train your dog there are other styles and techniques but it will all depend on how your pet responds on the training.


The article written by Zarqoo Zaimoo. Please visit Training Your Dog for more information and other Cat Info visit http://www.puppyanddoginfo.com


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