First Three Rules Of Dog Training

The first rule of dog training is that you must have control over your dog at all times. Without this, it will be very difficult to train him or her. You should always stand up and make sure that your dog is in your way if you are in front of your dog. After standing up you should walk back and forth slowly before making a turn. Your dog should follow you around, not be able to get ahead of you.

The second rule of dog training is that you must reward your dog every time he or she does something correctly. Do not do a single thing unless you reward the dog. Praise is very important for the dog to understand that it is being good and good things happen when he or she does good things. If you do a single thing all day long and do not reward the dog, he or she will not know why they are being good.

The third rule of dog training is that you must never make a command when your dog is moving away from you. For instance if you are in front of your dog and he or she is running away from you, do not make a command that “fetch me”, this is not a command, it is a request. Say “fetch me”, when the dog is quite close to you, the dog should not be able to fetch you. When you have been given your command, simply let your dog finish his or her business. The dog should stop, then just walk on.

You must never punish your dog for making a mistake. Your dog will not understand that it is being bad and will then do something else, when you want to make them stop. When you are playing with your dog and he or she makes a mistake, then do not use any dog training methods at all. Just stop playing with your dog.

It can be difficult to do dog training, however by following the three rules, you should be able to train your dog fairly easily. By following these rules, your dog should get trained in no time, if you just give the command “fetch me” every time he or she has done what they should.

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