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Nine Ways To Prevent When Teaching Your Dog

By Angelica Joye

Here are nine ways you should invariably prevent when you are going through the training process:

Don’t give a punishment the dog when you’re angry. This can scare your dog and eventually create deficiencies in trust. You don’t want your dog to respond to you from fear, due to the fact fearful dogs can be aggressive.

Don’t end your training session in a wrong way. If your dog engages in a wrong behavior, correct it and keep on until it can something positive. Then end the session on a good note, with lots of support.

Don’t order the dog many times or nag it. Taking your dog to respond involves timing and patience. Repetition of words doesn’t make your dog understand much better. Screaming words doesn’t help the dog either. It’s a matter of waiting until your dog is able to perform the action.

Don’t coax your dog and after that quickly punish it. You will connect your coaxing with a negative response. Your dog will learn not to rely on you and it’s harmful to future tries at training.

Don’t chase your dog to get it. It’ll can be found after training. There are clear conditions, such as when your dog is loose in the area. Whether it’s indoors, enable your dog understand that it are required to follow you, not have you come have it.

Don’t reduce your cool when you’re training the dog. There’s plenty of patience required for training, and if you are not patient, it is best to discover an individual who can endure it. Again, the dog can be fearful of you and this is never good.

Don’t punish the dog for a disappointment to obey. Instead, punish for bad behaviors. The dog won’t understand why you are hitting it if you’re punishing something which this didn’t do right. Instead show a neutral reaction to a failed behavior.

Don’t confuse your dog by praising it for a behavior during one session, then punishing the same behavior during another session. Make sure you’re clear in regards to what behaviors you would like to reward and/or punish.

Don’t allow others to confuse the dog by giving different commands. Make sure that everyone in the house is interested in training the dog by teaching them your training techniques. This is a common way that training becomes fruitless.

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