Try a few of the following suggestions. You may find something that will do wonders for the relationship between you and your dog becomes less stressful this way.
This will let them associate good things with being in the crate.
Make sure that you remain controlled when rewarding your dog. If your pet successfully completes a task, give him a treat. Though you might be satisfied with this type of accomplishment, excitement on your part leads to excitement on their part and diminishes control of the situation.
Dogs tend to concentrate on one thing until you break the exclusion of it. If you do it enough times, it will help his behavior.
Repetition is the key to success when teaching your dog a new command. It isn’t uncommon for 25-50 repetitions of times before the dog to understand it.
The first step of training is commanding control. Your dog must see you as a leader, unless you let him know that you are the boss. When you walk with your dog, walk in front of him to establish leadership.
A lot of owners thing training is a one time event.
It is very easy to teach a roll with treats. Start by getting the animal to lie down.Next, hold the treat close to the floor near its head, slowly bring the treat up and over the dogs head to the other side. He should then roll his body over while following the treat.
You should train your dog to walk correctly when the leash is attached. This helps keep both you safe when going on walks.
Remember to have patience whenever training your dog. This will make it less likely that you both do not get frustrated. Keep in mind that they wish to please you; however, but cannot always understand what is desired of them.
One command that should be taught early to a puppy is “leave it.” This teaches them to drop something and step away from it. This command is extremely helpful when your dog is chewing on something he shouldn’t and also helps to keep him away from dangerous things.