Dog Obedience Training by lilychurch

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Lily Church




          DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING
                             Easy Tips even for Children!!
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                    Dog Obedience Training



What is the best time to training your dog? It should be the moment

you bring her home. Most dogs live with people who want them to

behave in ways that make them pleasant to be around, keep them safe,

and provides for the safety of other humans and pets. Training simply

means educating your dog in a safe and loving environment. The hardest

part of training is communicating with the dog in a human way that the

dog understands. The underlying principle of all communication is

simple: reward desired behavior while ignoring or correcting undesired

behavior.


Successful training depends on your skills as well as your dog’s health,

history, daily routine, diet, age, sleep and exercise patterns, and breed

predispositions. Remember that her health is your first concern. As

soon as you adopt your new canine bundle of joy, make an appointment

with your vet to make sure she has a clean bill of health. Then you can

begin the training process.




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There are some tips for training your pet


Planning


      Prepare everything you and your dog will need, such as highly

      valued treats, a bed, a proper buckle or Martingale-style collar, a

      six-foot nylon leash, wire tethers. Create an environment that will

      promote success by puppy-proofing your house and appropriately

      using tethers, kennels, baby gates and exercise pens.


Make a list


      Positive training isn't about teaching your dog to stop doing

      something. It’s about teaching him what you want him to do

      instead. If you don’t know what you want him to do, he won’t be

      able to figure it out either, and both of you will end up barking at

      one another in frustration.


Maintain expectations


      Older or larger dogs can’t always do what younger or smaller ones

      can do – and vice versa. Train at your dog’s individual learning rate

      and also take her physical and emotional abilities into account.




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Make it easy and fun


      If it’s not fun for you, it’s not fun for your dog. Physical

      punishment and aversive training methods are not necessary and

      do nothing to promote or foster safety, patience, kindness and

      compassion. If you find you getting angry or frustrated, stop the

      training session and try again later.


Rewards and Punishment


      Positive reinforcement adds something to the situation to

      increase the chance of the behavior being exhibited again.

      Negative reinforcement removes something from the situation to

      increase the chance of the behavior being exhibited again.

      Positive punishment adds something to the situation to decrease

      the chance of the behavior being exhibited again. Negative

      punishment removes something from the situation to decrease

      the chance of the behavior being exhibited again.


Short timing


      Training sessions can last from ten seconds to five minutes.

      That’s all you need. In fact, several two- or three-minute sessions

      a day are better than one or two lengthy ones.



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Job for dog


      Become your dog's employer. Employment is important because it

      not only provides the stimulation that your dog needs but it also

      promotes and develops a sense of self, purpose, and pride. The

      objective of giving your dog a job is not to stop her from doing

      any of these behaviors but to make you the boss.


There are many methods and tips for training dog whether your dog is

only two-weeks-puppy or the old rescue dogs, they are also need to be

trained to be an obedience and good boy or good girl for you and your

family. The understanding between you and your dog also important and

effect to the action of your dog. If your dog can do the action that you

ordered and she appreciated to do that, it does not only reflect the

understanding between you and your pet but also showing the

relationship between you and her too. Training dog is not difficult as

you are thinking; even your children can do the easy basic

action…GET THE EASY AND BASIC TIPS FOR TRAINING YOUR

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