You can train your dog to the point where he will not bark excessively, growl or exhibit aggressive behavior. If you have not trained these traits out of your dog, use these tips to correct this behavior. With a good training program, any dog can be a trouble-free companion.
Your training sessions must be long enough for your dog to learn the desired behavior but no so long that he becomes bored. Begin with a training session that lasts a few minutes, and do it for a bit longer every day. See where your dog starts not paying attention to the training session.
You should not tie up multiple dogs where they can reach each other, no matter how friendly they are. This is due to the fact that they could become tangled in each others cords and end up injuring themselves when trying to get free. For example, a large dog could tangle the chain with a smaller dog, wrapping the chain around the neck of the small dog, causing it to die.
You need a commanding control if you are starting to train your dog. Your dog will neither obey nor respect you if he believes he is the leader of your household. Avoid allowing your dog to lead you during walks. Instead, walk in front of your dog to show that you are the leader of this pack.
Training a dog to roll over is a pretty simple task, just make sure to have a few treats handy! The first step is to teach your dog to lay. Then, position a treat near the floor to one side of him, raise it up and move it over to the opposite side. They should follow that treat with their nose, which should cause them to roll over. As he rolls, state the command “roll over” in a firm tone. Repeat the process until your dog associates the command with the action. Don’t get frustrated if it takes a few tries, once he learns this trick he’ll be the star of the dog park!
With the right techniques, training your dog is easy. With the right mindset and good information, the owner can accomplish successfully training their companion. Dogs are often trained better whenever it is their owners doing the training.