You might compare a dog to a TV remote control that must be programmed in order to work properly with a television. They already have the correct abilities, but they aren’t synced correctly out of the box. This article can help bring out the innate ability to be trained in every dog.
As you work to crate train your dog, it is important to convey the notion that the crate is their home. All meals and water bowls should be placed within the crate. This will create a good association between the crate and their food.
Make sure your dog stays calm as you enter a space that he is in. Your pet needs play time (and you might too), but your pet needs to be calm when you step into rooms most of the time. If you do not recognize them right away, they will be more calm.
Are you house training your dog? If so, then understand that the food and water they consume must come out at some point. Make sure that you feed your dog at least three times per day with good food. Doing so allows you to gain a clearer picture of when your puppy might need to relieve himself outdoors.
The first step in dog training is commanding control. Your dog must understand that you’re in control, so that he knows to obey and respect you. Don’t let your dog control the direction or pace of your walks.
Teaching dogs to roll over can be easy, provided some treats are on hand. First, make sure the dog is in a laying position. Hold a treat between your forefingers near the left side of your dog’s head, and then slowly pass the treat in front of his face and to the opposite side. This will cause your dog to use their nose to follow the treat. As a result, your dog will roll over. Whenever you dog does roll over, actually say the words, “roll over.” Continue to do this until your dog actually rolls over whenever you say the words without using the treat. Have patience since your dog may not get the trick quickly. However, once he does, he’ll be the center of attention at the dog park.
Now that you have a few strategies for training your dog, it’s all about properly applying them. The training process can be instructional and gratifying for both the dog and its owner.