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Vital Dog Training Tips For Dog Owners

Whether you have a senior dog or a spunky new pup doesn’t really matter with regards to dog training. Every interaction you have with your pet is a learning experience. Remember that your dog does not understand you and the same way from you as well which is totally fine. Not only that, there are some dog behaviors that happen to be just natural but they can and needs to be corrected.

Following are tips that you have to be mindful about when doing dog training.

Tip number 1. Notice – you have to be aware of the body language that your dog is making if you’re really a responsible owner. Say that they can’t sit still or whining, these are some signs you must watch out. Probably, this means that they’re not comfortable with the situation so don’t force them to socialize if they’re uncomfortable. It can lead to poor habits and negative behavior if you insist on doing. At times, dogs are pacing or crying to be able to let their owners know that they need to go outside, which is a kind of behavior that must not be corrected or ignored.
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Tip number 2. Patience – this is crucial when doing dog training. When owners are being angry or yelling towards them is something that dogs can’t understand and will never be. Say that you are already losing your patience, try to cool it down and walk away from the situation. Showing signs of impatience with your dog will only make your training time to be unfavorable to the both of you.
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Tip number 3. Apply positive reinforcement – don’t forget to praise your dog for good behaviors they have shown and not just on correcting their wrongdoings. Praise your pet for doing what you wanted them to do and this is going to instill positive behavior that you want.

Tip number 4. Redirecting – rather than telling your pet no, you have to redirect them to the behavior or action you want. A quick example, instead of swatting or yelling at them, give them a toy if they’re chewing on your furniture or hands.

Tip number 5. Leash training – canines pulling on their leash is all natural but you can easily correct this. As soon as they begin to pull it, you must stop on walking and you have to redo this process until the time comes that they understood that they cannot walk if they are pulling their leash. Keep in mind that you are walking your dog and your dog doesn’t walk you.

Apply some patience and due diligence while doing these dog training tips as it will surely be a long ride for the two of you.