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It's time to start training your dog. Training and socialization are very important for your dog. You can start teaching it to do things like sit, stay, and come right now. And, believe it or not, even a newbie can accomplish it. Dog training is a fun and rewarding experience for you and your pet. A simple obedience command is the first step, and it moves on to more complicated tricks. Training improves your relationship with your dog and the bond you build with him over time. When you learn how to talk to each other, you will get along much better.
How to Make Your Dog Come When You Call It
You might want to start with the come command instead of the more common sit command. Having your pet come to you is one of the best ways to keep your best friend safe. It's also one of the easiest.
Your dog should be praised as they come closer to you. You can say "come" as you catch them in the act of doing so. This command can also be practiced outside with a dog training lead. You can do this in your yard or a different outdoor area.
Getting Your Dog to Sit
Afterward, your dog should learn how to sit. This command is an essential part of what you need to do to teach good manners. Attention: A dog, for example, won't jump on people if told to sit down.
Hold a dog treat near your dog's nose and gently lift it over their head to show them how to sit. As soon as a dog sees or smells a reward, they are likely to sit down instinctively. Give him the treat as soon as he starts to sit and say "sit" to reward him for doing it. There's no better way to remember a command than to repeat it over and over again.
How to Teach a Dog to Lie Down and Stay in Place
After training your dog to sit, it's time to teach them to lay. Get your closest friend seated before you start. Drop the prize in front of them rather than slide it over. Your dog will intuitively lower himself to get the treat. When your dog is lying down, say "down" and treat them. Because one-syllable orders are easier for dogs to learn, avoid using "lay down."
Teach your dog to remain Stay Put.
Dogs who already know how to sit and lie down may be trained to stay there for longer periods. Combined with the down command, the stay command effectively calms an excited dog.
The first step is to sit with your dog. Then, with your palm extended, order them to stop. "Stay" until your dog's position is firm. After a few seconds, thank them for their help. Please don't give them their reward straight away; gradually lengthen their wait. Most dogs can learn to stay for a few minutes with minimal effort.
The Use of Positive Reinforcement
There are nearly as many dog training methods as there are dog breeds. The most crucial step is to praise and encourage. Reward your dog like a dog biscuit to help them understand what you want. If their owner is around, almost every dog will work hard for a reward.
During each training session, have a positive mindset. Avoid training your dog while you're sad since animals can read human emotions like an expert. They could think something is amiss, and the entire training session can go awry.
If your dog does not obey, do not yell at him or punish him in any manner. It makes training enjoyable for your pet. After all, a dog who likes training is more likely to keep learning. When his owner yells at him, a dog may become tough to train.
House Training Your Dogs
If your dog spends a lot of time inside, potty training is necessary. There are a lot of problems and difficulties that come with teaching your dog how to use the potty. But if you're patient and use the proper training methods, you'll get what you want if you work hard.
You should start training your puppy when they are between 3 and 4 months old. At this early age, your puppy may not be able to control their bowels and bladder well enough to keep them clean.
Keep the dog in a small area at first. If the lead is attached, this could be a whole room or just a tiny box. It doesn't matter. As your puppy learns that "business" is done outside, its freedom to roam will gradually grow.
Potty training tips for success:
Meal timings are fixed. Keep your puppy's feeding schedule constant while he learns to pee. No more snacking between meals for you! When it's not lunchtime, dogs shouldn't get food.
Make going to the bathroom a top priority. Allow your dog to go outside often. It's a good idea to go outside every 30 to 60 minutes to get some fresh air. Your puppy should play outside when it wakes up or eats.
Familiarity brings comfort. Always walk your dog in the same spot. It is more likely to go when your dog smells its scent.
Keep your dog with you when you go out. Stay outside with your dog until it is done peeing, or until you can tell that you don't need to. Dogs should not be left alone in the yard.
Praise your puppy when it performs! Give a treat or take the dog for a stroll.
How to Keep Your Dog from Behaving Badly
Puppies and young dogs often chew to discover new areas and objects. It's like a newborn infant teething to relieve the agony of adult teeth coming in. Adult dogs chew to maintain healthy teeth and jaws.
As many dog owners learn the hard way, chewing is not suitable for dogs that seek to relieve boredom, tension, or irritation. As soon as they are left alone, dogs with separation anxiety tend to chew. This tends to get worse when they are alone.
Supply Chew Toys
Ensure your pet has plenty of chew toys, edible bones, rawhides, and other appropriate-sized toys. Give your dog a few toys and store the rest. Too many toys on the floor may teach your dog or puppy that everything on the floor is fair game for chewing, including shoes and other objects left unattended. Change it up often to prevent your dog from becoming bored with the same old toy. To avoid your dog eating tiny fragments of damaged toys, inspect them often and discard any that are broken.
Use Repellents and sprays that taste bad
Suppose you want to keep puppies and adult dogs away from certain things. In that case, you can use "impersonal correction," where the "environment" is the one to correct.
Bitter Apple spray or another type of dog repellent can be used to keep your pet away from things. These things are safe for dogs, but they taste and smell bad.
If something is very unpleasant, the dog will most likely decide not to do that again.
Begin with the Basics
Keep training sessions brief and enjoyable. Finish each session on a positive note. If you believe your dog is having difficulty learning or is "stubborn," consider slowing down your training and enhancing the value of your rewards. Taking the time to teach your dog these commands is well worth the time and effort you put in. Remember that the training process takes time, take it slow, and enjoy the process.