By Kausar Khan
Your dog is probably your best pet friend in and outside your home. You definitely want your dog to be very obedient and respected in front of your friends and relatives. Also, you want to show up the learning and obedience of your dog in get-togethers and parties. But, if your dog becomes a little bit weird or harsh in public or with your friends and relatives, you will feel a very bad embarrassment. Therefore, if you own a dog, you should make sure that you have done his/her proper training regarding obedience. Otherwise, you will have to feel ashamed in front of different people.
Many people misunderstand that they can train almost any type of dog they keep. This is a very wrong perception. You should understand that you might not be happy or comfortable with certain breeds of dogs. You might like a specific type of dogs. You may have a specific nature and response to your dogs’ activities and his training. Therefore, your mindset also plays a very important role in determining the dog or puppy as your pet. You can again learn about different breeds of dogs and their behaviors over internet.
You should never threaten your dog at any place of his life. This can spoil his rest of the career. You should teach your dogs with charm, happiness and friendliness. You should try to tell them that you are their friends and not enemy. Use interesting and friendly approaches to make your dog learn a specific chapter. In order to train your dog about obedience, you should give him some treat or feasts as a reward. Similarly, if your dog does not respond to your action or respond against your action, you should either not talk to him or should not give him typical feasts that you use to give him.
Warning your dog is a really healthy habit for dog obedience training. You should not give the regular rewards to your dog as you usually used to give when your dog obeys you. This will alarm your dog that he has done something wrong. The dog will consequently try to avoid those actions in future hence becoming obeying. You can simply not give him a food for one time or may not talk to him for few hours. This will definitely alarm an intelligent dog that he has done something wrong. But, your behavior towards dog should be consistent and it should be understandable by your dog. This is necessary in order to perceive consistent responses from your dog too.
You should also understand that dogs are very keen to learn about the postures and gestures of your body. They recognize to your hand movements very well. They also recognize your mouth and lip movements very keenly and also respond to it according to your teachings. You should have a particular signal gesture for your dog to stand still – no matter where he is. This will allow your dog to be obedient in front of public and in general get-togethers.
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