If you’re a beginner at training a dog, learning more about puppy training can really help your dog become more obedient. The tips below can help you and your dog.
Dogs have a tendency to zone in on one thing until something else unless that concentration is interrupted. With enough training, your dog will begin to focus on you and the signals you are giving him instead of other distractions.
Repetition is key to teaching your dog a new command. It isn’t uncommon for 25-50 repetitions of a particular command before your dog to understand it.
Keep in mind that your puppy will eventually grow big.Choose a crate that is sure to be the right proportions for the adult size. The dog must have enough room to rest and turn around without feeling cramped.
Give your dog a word that means “yes” to aid in training.
When you meet an unfamiliar dog, be sure to approach slowly and offer the dog the back of your hand to sniff. This gives the dog an opportunity to learn your smell and he will be more trusting towards you.
The first step in training a puppy is teach him to understand his name. Repeat his name regularly, and reward your puppy when he responds.These are the commands your dog need to know. Spend lots of time with your dog, so he will learn how to gain trust in you. This helps to build a relationship that will make it easier to train him as he gets older.
Continue training throughout its life to ensure positive results. You should not have to stop training your dog at the end of their puppy stage. If you provide positive reinforcement for desirable behaviors, your dog will continue to be obedient, and by continuing to discipline your dog, negative behaviors are …