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How to Train Your Dog Well?

Below are some tips that can help you effectively train your dog. Should you plan to get help from the expert dog trainers, then feel free to visit our site to book a schedule and to consult them about anything about training dogs. 

 

  • Recognize that a puppy is a baby dog and not a small adult. Meaning, you have to adjust your anticipations accordingly and consider your new pal’s mental and physical limitations. Don’t worry because they will soon grow up even before you realize it.  
  • Make sure to make your house puppy-proof with a crate, baby gates, and/or a pen. Whenever the puppy isn’t supervised directly, he must be in a safe place where he cannot get into trouble. Also, give them safe and appropriate toys that your puppy can chew. Just like no one would consider providing a human baby total freedom inside a house, your pup requires similar careful supervision as well. Removing opportunities for destructive behavior and accidents goes a long way especially during the puppy phase with most of your things intact. This can help guarantee that you won’t allow any bad habits in your home.  
  • Dogs do the things that we support. If you have behaviors of your dog that you don’t like, then you can have yourself to blame. Pup owners unintentionally support all types of undesirable things, from counter surfing to barking at the doorbell a lot and more. To improve this, consider always leave your food within reach on the counter, and your dog will know that they will be rewarded once they check.  
  • Know more about the body language of your dog. Though your dog obviously cannot talk, he can let you know about how he feels through their body language. To understand your dog better, it would be best if you start learning about it. 
  • Dogs don’t have natural abilities to know and comprehend the English language. Know that the new puppy you took home a couple of days ago doesn’t have any clue what the word “no” means. Rather than anticipating your pup to stop whatever he does now, you can let him see what you want him to do instead.  
  • Understand that your dog is not a human. It is their “dogginess” and own quirks are that makes them extremely lovable. But human and dogs don’t think alike nor they don’t plan on doing revenge, dogs simply try to do what makes them feel safe or happy.  
  • Reward and acknowledge your dog for doing a good job. We easily become caught up in scolding our puppies whenever they get into trouble. However, you can let him feel that he is doing a good thing by rewarding them for being a good dog.  
  • Be happy every time your dog reaches you, regardless if you call him or not. Also, you shouldn’t punish your dog once he comes to you. Instead, call him in a playful, happy tone and reward them with praise, toy, or treats once he gets to you.