You might have thought you had a good dog, but you may have a dog that acts more like Cujo! There is good news – you can train aggressive or naughty behaviors out of your dog so they are better behaved in a short time.
Make sure that you remain controlled when rewarding your dog’s good training behavior. If your pet successfully completes a task, then it is good to calmly reward your dog. If you get excited, the dog will become that way too.
Keep in mind that puppies get larger as they age. Choose a crate that works both for the adult dog you will eventually have. The dog should have plenty of room to turn around without getting crowded.
Try not to reinforce bad behavior in your dog. This means don’t give your dog treats and praise whenever it misbehaves. For example, do not rub its head when it comes and jumps at you when you get home when you do not want your dog to do this.
To improve the efficiency of your training routine, you should make sure that your dog follows a regular feeding and elimination schedule. This gives you the opportunity to understand when your dog needs to go to the bathroom. This schedule also teach your dog “hold it” until her next trip outside.
Remember to exercise patience when it comes to training your dog. This ensures that you not to be frustrated and angry with your dog during this process. Your dog wants to make you happy, but you have to give him the commands in a way in which he understands what is expected.
If your dog jumps when you don’t want him to, they will know that they shouldn’t do that. This will not hurt your dog if done lightly, but it will be an uncomfortable feeling. They should learn to avoid doing it in order to avoid the sensation.
Most dog owners are surprised at how simple it is to include dog training routines into their lifestyle and how fast they see results. So if the relationship with your dog is not as good as it should be, try a few of these suggestions.