Whether you are just beginning the process of training your dog or a seasoned dog training professional with experience, this article will provide you with a variety of tips, suggestions and advice that you can apply to your situation to maximize results and achieve your dog training goals and objectives.
When you are training your new dog or puppy that will be living indoors a good thing to do is the crate training. The dogs first impressions of the crate are the most important. Try putting some dog treats around the crate and leading into it so that they can walk around and inside the crate. Make sure that you are positive and upbeat so that they know it’s a good thing.
When you are wanting to work on training you dog you should start of by making sure that he knows his name. At least 10 times a day use their name for things like playing, feeding and treats. Try not to use their name in a punishment so that way when something good happens they think of their name as a good thing, not bad.
Dogs mimic their owner’s behavior. Don’t be shocked if they decide they want to sleep in your bed and sit in your recliner. Don’t be shocked if they attempt to eat from your plate. Most of all, don’t be angry. Your dog has to be trained that this behavior is unacceptable. They need to be taught the acceptable options.
To conclude, remember that you can make use of the information, tips, advice and suggestions highlighted in this article to train your dog(s) regardless of whether you are just beginning the process, or looking for ways to enhance your existing process. Be patient and apply the information to your case and good luck with your dog training adventures.