Dog Training Tip #1
Do not get a puppy or a dog for a pet if you are not fully
committed in caring for it.
Without commitment, you can never train your dog
effectively. By being committed, you would have the
necessary drive to do what needs to be done, in order to
train your dog well.
Dog Training Tip #2
Never Give Up
Whether you are trying to train a dog or a puppy, you need
to be aware that it requires time and a lot of patience, in
order to get your dog to perform the things you want. In
other words, you need to be patient about it.
Aside from that, you should never give up, so that he would
be able to understand what you want and do it.
Dog Training Tip #3
Be positive at all times when it comes to training your dog.
A positive attitude will mean a lot for your dog, since it can
feel when you become frustrated or angry.
Being positive means you have to praise your dog whenever
it does something good. You should believe that your dog
can do it, so as to encourage a more positive atmosphere.
Dog Training Tip #4
Dogs love treats like dog biscuits and such. You should
prepare treats as rewards for your dog, whenever it is able
to follow your command.
Make sure that the kind of treats you have prepared is
something that he really likes much, so that he would really
know that he has done something right.
Dog Training Tip #5
Do Not Forget Your Dog’s Health
Before training your dog, you have to make sure that it is in
top condition. A dog that does not feel a hundred percent
well would not have the focus that you want him to have.
Your dog should be a happy and healthy one to begin with.
Hence, you should make sure your dog eats nutritious foods
and taken to a veterinarian for regular checkups.
Dog Training Tip #6
Take Your Dog For a Walk
Walking your dog can make it happy. It also ensures that
your dog gets enough exercise, which would promote his
Walking your dog on a regular basis would make your dog
see it as a routine, and this would make positive results in
your training program (on a regular basis).
Dog Training Tip #7
Play With Your Dog
Dog training should just be one of the things that you do in
a particular day. In other words, do not do it for all the time
that you spend with your dog.
Play with him whenever you can, so that he can feel that
being with you is not just all about learning new things, but
having fun as well.
Dog Training Tip #8
Train Your Dog in a
Distraction Free Place
Training your dog requires its full attention on the trick or
task that you ask to perform. Therefore, make sure that you
are doing it in a place free from distractions, as dogs can get
easily distracted by other animals or people.
Dog Training Tip #9
Get To Know Your Dog Better
There are certain times of the day when your dog is more
active. For example, some dogs like to take naps in the
afternoon. If that is the case with yours, then you may want
to train your dog in the morning or after his afternoon nap.
It is best to train your dog when it has full of energy, so it
can pay attention to you more.
Dog Training Tip #10
Time Your Training Sessions
Dogs can put their full attention to their masters for a
period of 15 minutes only. Thus, there is no point if you are
going to go beyond that time period in training your dog,
since it may already lose his focus.
It is best to schedule short training sessions within the day,
to make it more effective.