Dog Training Tips

by Nishant Baxi (Author)
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So You Want To Train Your Dog
Dogs are among the most popular family pets around the globe. They have been known for their sense of loyalty, compassion, and most of all their ability to be trained more than any other popular pet. Dogs can be taught a myriad of tricks and behaviors ranging from very basic ones like sitting, begging, and going outside to do their business to extremely complex tricks like acrobatics and scent recognition.

Every dog is different so training is never a guaranteed experience but just about any canine can be trained if you have the will and the desire. In this book, I'm going to explore the most basic training methods that can be used on all or most dogs, usually without fail. I'm going to emphasize positive reinforcement training as it is not only effective but much safer than alternative methods that have been used throughout the years. Due to the short nature of this book, we will probably not venture into theatrical tricks or acrobatics; it's always smart to start with a good foundation and that begins with obedience training.

Obedience training is a general term that can be achieved through the many various dog training techniques. Regardless of which training technique you choose to employ, your techniques should build or strengthen a healthy and appropriate relationship between you and your dog.

Training opens up a clear line of communication between you and your dog. This includes you knowing what to expect of your dog in all circumstances, and your dog understanding and respecting what is expected of him/her. Dog Training for Obedience lays down a set of rules or boundaries which educates your dog to become a responsible member of society. Including how to relate to other dogs, animals, and people, basic manners, and how to behave in any situation. Lastly, it establishes the groundwork which assists in preventing the development of unacceptable problem behavior - such as jumping up, barking, chewing, digging, etc.

Publication date
July 16, 2022
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