2. Praise & Reward
Always praise your dog or offer him when he learned new commands.
3. Be Patient
Patience is the key when you are training your dog. Focus on a single command a session and end it on a positive note. Dog’s are incredibly smart and will pick up all your commands. After each session, spend some time playing. He will associate the time with you as positive and anticipate his training again.
4. Use the correct dog training equipments
If you have a well-behaved dog, a lead and a buckle will do on your obedience training. However, if your dog is uncontrollable with undesirable and distracting behaviors, you should use a training collar. You don’t have to worry about the size as most electronic training collar now clearly indicate what size of dog the training collar is intended for.
5. No Distractions
Try to pick a quiet area when training your dog to do tricks or commands. A secluded back yard works best if you want to train your dog for basic obedience commands only.
Do not hit your dog! Any time your dog has undesirable behavior, be firm and friendly. Remember, dogs are man’s best friend.
7. Be Positive
It is necessary to use positive reinforcement when training your dog by offering some dog treats and a lot of praise if he performs correctly and learn new commands.
8. Play with your dog
Dogs which are trained are a pleasure to take for a walk and a pleasure to own.
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