6 Mistakes To Avoid When You’re Training Your Dogs For The First Time
Everyone hopes to have the perfect and most obedient pet, and you may be no different. Fortunately for you, it’s very possible to train your pet to be the best version of itself.
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.
Top 10 things a dog owner should understand about dogs
As much as we feel our dogs are our family, they react and think differently than we do. Here are some things to think about if you own a dog….
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.
Knowing these 5 techniques on how to pet your dog should improve your relationship with him
Types of physical praise, OR how to pet your dog By Dog Blogger, Autumn For me, there’s nothing better than a bellyrub, but when using physical praise every dog has…
15 Facts Everyone Should Know About Dog Training Part 3
Be fair and firm, but always have fun when dog training By Laura Pakis, Certified Professional Dog Trainer and Blogger, continued… If you and your dog are not having fun…