Dog Training, Explained


There are many reasons to train your dog. A well-trained dog is more likely to be a good companion and is less likely to develop behavior problems.


Dog training is the process of teaching your dog how to behave in a way that is desirable to you. It is important to start training your dog early, as puppies are more receptive to training than adult dogs.


You can teach your dog these commands using a variety of methods, such as positive reinforcement, clicker training, or luring.


Dogs need to know what to expect from you in order to learn new commands. Be consistent with your commands and rewards, so your dog knows what you want.


Dogs don't understand human language, so keep your commands short and simple.

Getting angry

If you get angry with your dog during training, it will only make them less likely to learn. Be patient and positive, and reward your dog for good behavior.

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