Are you looking for the dog training?
You’ll be agree with me that dog training is not an easy task.
But here, I am discussing the most basic but important points
Which must be keep in mind while giving training to your pet.
“Seat!” And “Place!” are only two of the commands any dog should master.
Most are very intelligent. Some, however, are already too intelligent, because they first weigh whether it is worthwhile for them to learn something (“What do I get for it?”).
Other dogs are somewhat lazy and need more time, more patience and more repetitions to memorize a command.
The right amount of mental challenge, playful approach, and rewards are important.
Apart from the normal commandos, dogs also like to learn tricks, some are even very fond of it and love agility (a dog sport). The dogs listed below are also gifted Agility breeds at the same time.
What Are The Dog Trainings?
- Basic commands (seat, place, comm, stay, at foot, off, into the baskets)
- Fun commands (Give paws, roll, shame, hatch, gyros, dead)
- Agility (run slalom, run through a tunnel, jump over hurdles)
- Frisbee / catch and catch ball
- Dog Dance (yes, there is!)
What Is Important During Dog Training?
Hundreds of books have been published on dog training and there are many television broadcasts on the subject. Therefore, at this point only a few of the most basic tips I am discussing with you:
If a dog is allowed to sit on the sofa in one day and not on the other, he is rightly confused. You have to be consistent.
Who said that? The dog or dog owner? This must be clear from the outset and commands are self-assured.
Reward Your Dog
If your dog has followed a new command, give him a little treat. So he learns commands more easily and makes them feel better.
Do Not Punish Him
Unwanted behavior should not be punished but stopped. For example by a calm, determined “No”. Sometimes it also helps to avoid the dog in this situation. If the attention of the master is missing, he does not feel encouraged in it and changes his behavior with a little luck of his own accord. It is best to promote what one wants from his dog. Then there is no reason for him to maintain negative behavior.