So you want to know how to train a dog? It’s a long process involving lots of effort on your part, but also a lot of rewards for your dog. However, the first steps should be taken before your dog comes to you, such as the walk and also sitting when his name is called.
One of the most important parts of dog training is getting your dog used to seeing you as the master. Only once your dog senses your authority can he start accepting commands from you.
The next stage is to control the environment. You can’t just give your dog commands, or you’ll get confusing commands from your dog. You have to create an environment where your dog will see you as the owner. First you have to gain your dog’s trust. The most effective way is by gradually introducing commands that you want your dog to recognize.
When you start dog training you should gradually teach commands that you want your dog to recognize. You can do this by getting your dog to do the task that you want him to do, and if he does it correctly, praise him. Then you will give a command that he should follow, and if he does so, praise him. Always use a high tone and make sure that your commands are short. Your dog should get the message that you are the master and not him, and it should be obvious that he is expected to do the task after he is given the command. The whole process should be practiced for some time until you can call his name, and then he will be conditioned to obey commands. You should also praise your dog when he does what you want him to do.
In the next part of dog training we will talk about how to get your dog to recognize your name and behave. You should give commands and get your dog to obey and praise him when he does what you want him to do. There are a lot of different techniques when you train a dog. For this one you need to make sure that you use commands that are short and easy to understand, and if he hears it, he should obey it. If the commands are too long it will be confusing for him and when he obeys you, praise him.
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