Saturday, October 24, 2009

Best Training Tips For Dog Owners

By Richard Winson

The dog should be trained to eat at every place. He should be told how to eat indoors or outdoors. This is necessary in case you need to take the dog to any event or show.

An important part of dog training is to train him to use the crate. Then you can carry the crate anywhere. The puppy should be trained to sit in the crate. As far as potty training is concerned, you should buy a flexi leash and train the dog to go potty there.

The dog should be trained to stay quiet when you are driving the vehicle. He should sit quietly. You can then reward him by giving him his favorite thing to eat. So he will follow your order every time and not make a lot of noise when you are driving.

You can use the dog training session to establish a good and respectful relationship with your dog. If the dog is trained well, you will be confident of controlling him in any situation.

It is highly recommended that you should not use any violence with your puppy. You can warn him by saying just "No". You can carry him to the toilet place. If he does not use the toilet sometimes, the place should be cleaned immediately.

Dogs often chew furniture and other things. You can stop them from doing so by giving them nice chewing toys that they can chew. This will also prevent them from getting bored and you will be able to remove their habit of chewing furniture.

You can also paint some objects with substances that taste foul. Such substances are available at pet stores but you should make sure that these are not toxic. You can also use the Aversion therapy.

Obedience training has to be done carefully. Do not use complex commands that will only confuse your dog. The training sessions must not be very long and boring. You should also not use force on your puppy.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

My suggestion is for the author to give his pets to someone who cares.
He seems to be one of those people who live in the city where pet ownership is an abuse to any pet.
How unfortunate.