How dogs learn and how to effectively teach them
Dog training doesn’t need to be complicated or frustrating if you understand the concepts of how a dog learns. In fact, it can be rather enjoyable when you use common sense and follow the practice of consistency, repetition and timing when training your dog.
How setting boundaries and teaching self-control can make a well-mannered dog
Self-control in dogs is the ability to override instinct in order to obtain a delayed reward. It is significant because it allows the dog to alter their behavior to follow rules, maintain social bonds and cooperate with others. It is the foundation of good behavior and the reason why so many dogs who don’t have it, exhibit bad behaviors.
Consequence; the “evil word” of Canine Accountability
Your dog isn’t jumping on your friend because he’s afraid of the doorbell. Nor is he pulling you to the ground while lunging after the cat that just passed for the same reason. Your dog has no manners because you’ve allowed him to practice bad behavior time and time again with zero accountability.
What can you do about this? Learn how to use praise and proper correction.
How to Keep Your Dogs Interested With the Training
The most rewarding part of being a dog owner is training your dog successfully. Training provides an excellent opportunity for you to bond with your dog and establish a good relationship with him or her. Young or old, big or small, it is important that you train your dog and help him learn at least a few basic commands.
5 steps to stop your pets from fighting like cats and dogs
Thinking of introducing a dog or cat into your current canine or feline family? Here are 5 steps to stop them from fighting like cats and dogs.
The next 5 things you should do to successfully use physical praise with your dog
Using physical praise is a great way to improve your bond with your dog By Dog Blogger, Miss Moneypenny, Using physical praise is a great way to improve your bond…