100 Dog Training Tips
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*TIPS TO TRAIN YOUR PUPPY OR DOG*
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Do you want a dog or puppy and have no clue how to train him? This eBook will give you 100 tips on how to properly train your new dog!
Remember, do not get a puppy or a dog for a pet if you are not fully committed in caring for it. Without commitment, you can never train your pet effectively. By being committed, as well as by loving your pet, you would have the necessary drive to do what needs to be done, in order to train him well.
Dog Training Tips Overview:
Never give up.
Do not forget about your dog’s health.
Take your dog for a walk.
Play with your dog.
Train your dog in a place free from distractions.
Get to know your dog better.
Time your training sessions.
Be the leader.
Reward your dog’s good behavior.
Use your pet’s name.
Be serious in giving a command.
Timing is the key.
Never reinforce undesirable behavior.
Do not punish desirable behavior.
Never punish your dog after calling him.
Do not blame your dog for misbehaving if he is not well.
Training your dog with a leash and a collar.
Positive social interaction.
Let your dog feel secure and safe.
Provide proper food and water.
Give proper shelter.
Give your dog proper exercise.
Training your dog is a day to day activity.
Use one syllable word commands at the beginning.
Rewards encourages behavior.
Punishing your dog.
Punishment suppresses a behavior.
Having a single goal on each training session.
Start with the basics first.
Be aware of your dog’s feelings.
Awareness of your actions is important.
What to do when you feel frustrated.
Do not punish your dog whenever he fails to follow your command.
Walking the dog.
Groom your dog.
Focus on one command at a time.
Use the words “Good” and “No” on a daily basis.
Nagging your dog should not be practiced.
Only one person should give a command at a time.
Consistency is key.
Preventing aggression problems.
Do not get a dog if your family is not at the same page as you are.
Make your new puppy relax in his new environment.
Be with your puppy as much as you can.
Taking your puppy to the veterinarian.
Put a stop to your puppy’s nipping and biting.
Your family is your team.
Train your dog in accordance to what is acceptable in your house.
Your puppy’s jumping up behavior.
Reward your puppy in spending time with you.
What to do when your dog is confused.
Learn from your mistakes.
There is no need to compete for dominance.
Make it a point to integrate training into your dog’s daily routine.
The importance of repetition.
Practice fairness in treating your dog.
Using the word No as a command.
Know what your dog is telling you.
Paying attention to your dog at times when he misbehaves.
Fixing your puppy’s chewing problem.
Using the tone inflection of your voice.
The right time to start.
Make dog training a fun activity for your dog.
How to start the next training sessions effectively.
Make sure that your dog has motivation in learning new tricks.
Reward your dog after every training session.
Wear the right clothes and footwear.
Choose the right time to train your dog.
Making sure that your dog is comfortable in going through training.
Avoid games that encourage undesirable behavior.
Effective crate training.
Taking note of important elements in training your dog.
When to start training at a different place.
Effective house training practices.
The importance of crate training.
Gaining better control over your dog.
Calming your overly energetic dog.
How to properly train your dog for tricks.
Recognize the fact that all dogs are different.
Tools to use for teaching your dogs some tricks.
It is you who should make the decision in putting a stop to a certain exercise.
Learn more about your dog.
Invest time and effort.
Building trust with your dog.
Watch expert trainers do their work.
The fun of teaching your dog some tricks.
How to tell if your dog does not trust you.
Handling dog problems.
Do the opposite of your dogs activity level.
Look at your dog’s eyes.
Don’t flick your dog’s nose.
List down your goals.
What to do when things get out of control.
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