Way to go! What is the first step that should be taken when introducing your dog to his new home? If you train your dog the right way he will be much happier. These suggestions will help you in your pet training efforts.
Don’t allow your dog to jump on you when you get home. You should make sure they are calm when you come into the house or in the room that they are in. Don’t acknowledge dogs the moment that you set foot in the house.
Keep in mind that you’ll have to do a lot of repetition in order to each your dog new commands. It isn’t uncommon for 25-50 repetitions of this same command to be used for the dog to understand it. Use the command over and over again until the dog gets the hint.
Regulate your dog’s feeding time if you want to regulate his “potty” times too. You can promote consistency and regularity by feeding your pet on a firm schedule two or three times daily with only the highest quality of food. You can then schedule your walks at the right times to prevent unwanted accidents.
To strengthen your training efforts, you can use a designated verbal command to help your animal understand what your expectations are and when they have been fulfilled. “Yes” works very well when said the same way time and time again.
Early on, always have a tasty treat on hand to immediately reward your dog for responding to a command. They need to know that the behavior they have done is exactly what you wanted them to do. This helps the dog understand what is right and what is wrong.
Try to get your dog’s attention when you are training him or her. Start all commands with the dog’s name. This gets his attention, then you can follow through with the command. Using your dog’s name lets him know you want his attention.
If your dog likes to bark you need to be aware of why they are doing so. Everything from a sound to a particular person could be a trigger. The key is teaching them that their triggers are nothing to fear.
Dogs that are well trained are normally happy. These tips can give you the info you will need to get on the right track to train your dog.