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Getting Started With Dog Training
Are you ready to start training your dog or puppy? Proper training and socialization are among your dog's basic needs. It's important to start training your dog as soon as possible.
At first, dog training can seem pretty overwhelming, especially if this is your first dog. The truth is that training your dog is a very big project. If you take it step by step, you will find the task to be far less daunting. Here is some information to help get you started:
Start a Dog Obedience Program: Learn how to set a basic foundation before you begin to train your dog.
Positive Reinforcement: There are many different ways to train a dog, but most dog professionals agree that the positive way is the best for both the dog and trainer.
Train Your Dog Using Games: Training your dog should be fun! Everyone knows it's easier to learn when you are having a good time, so try implementing some games into your dog training regimen.
Six Weeks to a Well-Trained Dog: Using this schedule as a guide, you can teach your dog the basics in about six weeks.
Need help with dog training? Consider getting help from a dog trainer. Try group classes and/or private lessons.
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The World To Train Your Dog
The dog training methods I explore, discuss and review on this site all meet or exceed the above criteria. I have successfully used these home based, cutting edge dog training techniques to:
1. Get my puppies off to the best possible start in life.
2. Correct numerous behavioral problems in my older dogs.
3. Apply basic and advanced dog obedience training.
Please browse through my site, hopefully you'll discover how to train a dog yourself in an effective, positive and non violent manner.
You'll find lots of articles, tips and training advice, as well as my reviews of various popular dog training techniques including - dog whispering, clicker training, puppy house training and dog obedience training.
This website has come about through years of research, reading, watching and most importantly real life hands on experience with my own dogs (and also my family's dogs).
After-all simply understanding the proper dog training techniques doesn't help out our eager dogs. The important thing is to actually get out there with our ever willing dogs and apply the lessons with consistency, persistence, compassion and common sense.
It's the best thing I've ever done with my dogs, and I'd recommend it to any dog lover.
Basic Obedience Training For Your Dog
Finding an obedience trainer for your dog seems simple. Google the nearest dog training school, call and sign up, right? Not so fast . . .
There are many factors that go into choosing the right training school for you and your dog. Certainly distance is a consideration; however, convenience shouldn’t be the only factor that influences your decision. Other things like training methods, appropriate classes for your needs, compatibility of the instructor’s personality with yours, and certifications of the instructor should also play a role.
Not Just "Dog Training" But A Complete Guide To Responsible Dog Ownership
Read on and you'll discover a huge collection of scientifically proven dog training information and tips used by professional dog trainers worldwide.
Having a dog in your life should provide you with great joy and companionship - not extra burden or an endless source of frustration, as is so often the case.
This is what I personally consider to be crucial, and always strive for when training my own dogs:
To raise a well respected canine citizen. I want happy, involved, outgoing dogs who are valued and trusted members of the community.
To build a genuinely strong owner-dog relationship based on trust, co-operation and well defined roles.
To have confidence in, and control of my dogs in any situation - including around kids and other animals.
To work with my dog's natural drives and instincts, not against them.
Absolutely no cruelty or harsh "old school" dog training techniques. I certainly don't believe you have to "break a dog's spirit" in the training process.