Training Tips For Happy Dogs And Happy Owners!

Every dog needs to be trained to behave how you would have it behave. The capabilities to work are already there in the remote but a person needs to manipulate it to get it to work with the TV. Dogs are inborn to learn training, but need the help of their owner.

When you’re working on training you dog, you must always try to teach it how to know that it’s their home. You should put their food in the crate when they eat, but leave the door open. This will help him associate good things with his crate.

There are a few tricks you can try when attempting to crate train a puppy or dog. If your dog doesn’t want to enter the crate, put a chew bone inside the crate, then close to door. Temptation wins with this exercise; your dog will be eager to enter the crate when a treat is waiting for him. Once they enter the crate, be sure to praise them to show that what they did was good.

Whenever you’re rewarding your dog for good behavior, make sure you stay calm and in control. If your dog is responding to your commands and is not overly excited, give him a treat. Though you may be happy with the accomplishment, excitement on your part leads to excitement on their part and diminishes control of the situation. Therefore, remain calm and expect your dog to act calm. Once this is accomplished, reward your dog.

Maintain consistent volume and voice tone over time when giving your dog commands. This helps your dog to understand when you are in training mode. It can also help the dog realize the distinction between disciplinary tones and other types of commands.

Your dog must learn that there is no need for it to respond to your utterance of the word ‘no.’ Use positive reinforcement to encourage good behavior. It takes more than a single syllable to elicit the desired response from your dog. No two animals and trainers are alike, so choose an approach that meets both your needs.

Positive reinforcement is the best way to train a dog. Use a soft tone to let your dog know you are satisfied and give it some small treats too. Never hit or shout at your dog. This doesn’t work well and only succeeds in teaching your dog that its master is out of control. Always be firm, be consistent and use positive reinforcement to make your dog understand what you want from it.

Once someone knows what to do to get their dog to learn obedience, they just need to put these methods to use. Dogs want to please their masters. With proper training, both parties will be happier.