Monday, November 2, 2009

Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks—How To Train Your Dog

Who says you can not teach an old dog new tricks, must not have a dog. If dogs are anything, they are very intelligent and learns many new things given the chance to show. When training your dog, keep in mind that yelling, hitting, cursing or punishment is not, as dogs will retreat behind the more she cried. In addition, you do not behave like children and dogs are essentially just little children with the tail and four legs!

The first thing to learn when training your dog to do something new is to never change your verbal expression, tone or volume. If you say: "Come here, boy" do not pass "Fido, come here. In doing so, your dog will become confused and give rise to unnecessary frustration for both of you.

Some tips to consider when training your dog to reward it with treats for good behavior, but also much praise to give to ensure that it is not completely knocked trafficking when they are good . You can also enter your dog into a class thinking obedience. Even if training is going well at home, he will pursue further the interaction between humans and other animals.

When training your dog not to cram in a day and hope he can remember. Dogs have a very short and quickly become boring, so try to keep training times lower for short sessions throughout the day. Some of the most popular and easy commands to teach Fido.
  • Rendez-Use a toy or a treatment to encourage them to come to you. Say "Fido, come." As it makes its way to you, reward him. Once it is for you, take his collar for 30 seconds then release.
  • Sit Press gently on her back and say "sit." You can hold a treat above his head. When a dog has to look up, he will automatically sit on his hind legs. As he leans over to the sitting position, say "Fido, sit." Forget not to praise and reward.
  • Down-Get your dog in a sitting position. Slowly guide his legs straight down to him until he was flat. As you do this, repeat "Fido, down." Keep in this position for 30 seconds and praise and treat.
  • Always-Have Fido sit. If you slow down a few steps backward, say "Fido, stay. Keep your hands if you do so, palm facing him. As he moves from the position, tell him" no "and he is returned to the point departure. If he stays, praise and treat. Remember as a command "liberation" ok "find or do." This would say it is good to move.
Using the persistence, perseverance and patience when training your dog you will almost effortless ability to learn new commands and tricks. The 'trick' for you is to always praise and treat. Start with these simple commands, and before long you would have done somersaults!


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