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Easy to follow methods on training your dog, whether they are puppies, adolescents, or old aged dogs. These are basic concepts and idea that are proven to work pretty well.
- The little animal you love dearly and opened your home and heart to
- Then there's the dopey demon running circles around you. He has already swallowed the wife's engagement ring and you swear he has his eye on your iphone. Something must be done now.
Interesting enough, we as people are not born well behaved and polite, it's behavior that we were taught at some point. In the absence of training, we learn our own social skills and sometimes we end up with horrible consequences.
It is the same with dogs, but since they have a different social structure their behavior seems worse. If we sniffed someone's read end to find out about them, we would get whacked upside the head or maybe arrested for harassment. Equally, a dog can't just ask his neighbor Butch if he likes chasing cars or collecting bones. Dogs and humans learn to live side by side with a little training. We learn to understand each other as best we can. We teach them what is acceptable and reap the rewards that come with a well behaved and happy pup.
Sit boy sit!
It all starts with the bare basics. You have to walk before you can run! In the beginning, the word 'sit' is the magical word that solves many a canine problem. Many dog trainers agree that treat training is one of the best methods of training there is.
So how do you get that furry butt to hit the floor on command? Well, here is the story of Butch:
"Butch was very hyper for such a small dog; he used to nose dive on visitors and does the 'doggie trampoline' every time you did anything. It became a real problem when he darted after other dogs, jumped all over complete strangers and ruined the neighbors flower beds. If he had been a Labrador people, would have been terrified. So I took him aside and dangled a treat at him. I held it above his head until his bottom hit the floor and I immediately said 'sit.... GOOD BOY!' and gave him the treat. When he started to associate the command with the action, I slowly replaced treats with praise, giving him the odd treat to reinforce the good behavior. He sits when told now and guests are not terrified of sitting on the couch for fear of being pounced upon."
Lie down boy!
Right, we have 'sit' in the bag, what about 'lie down'?
"Leo is your average big dog, a boisterous canine with unknown parentage, otherwise known as a mutt. The main problem with him was his sheer size. We travel a lot and he bounced around the car excitedly, anything he saw out the window could potentially send him into frenzy. He just loved the car - dividers, straps and restraints never really worked for him, he needed to calm down. He would sit on command but he was still very excitable from a sitting position. Then we realized 'bingo!' the only time he is really calm is when he is lying down! We used the treat training method, getting him to sit then pulling the treat from him across the floor, forcing him to lie down, giving him the command and praise. Over time he got used to doing this in the car without treats. I can drive without fear of him causing a crash now. It's wonderful that we are able to drive safely with him in the car now
Once he is down, it's getting him to stay that is the prize.
"Brutus was a terrible abuser of his training! He figured out that I gave him a treat as soon as he followed my command, so he felt he need not bother 'staying'. He would take his treat and his praise and then wandered off to do whatever it is he did. So I had to trick him. I started giving him treats to 'stay' and I would give the command. If he complied, I would give him a treat and praise straight away. If he started to get up I would repeat this, we would keep this up for a few minutes each day, gradually increasing the times. Then I started to give praise without the treats. He seems to live in hope of these odd 'reinforcement' treats."
Many dogs can be coaxed with a treat; the key is to get them to link the command with the action. The treat is just a prize. Gradually you replace the treat with praise, giving the odd treat to reinforce this good behavior.
- Training means consistency; don't give in to puppy dog eyes or a persistent dog. They learn patience and persistence pays off.
- Remember, nearly all 'behavior problems' are perfectly normal canine behavior. You need to redirect their natural behavior to a suitable outlet.
- A dog ages approx 7 years for every 1 human year so their behavior is ever changing, this is why dog training is lifelong.
- Start training in an area with few visual and sound distractions, gradually introducing distractions to help your dog adjust.
- Dogs bore easily so keeping training to 20-30 minutes a day and/or incorporating it into your daily routine will help you both stay sane!
- We often let good behavior go un-rewarded and go bananas when pooch misbehaves. Dogs love attention even if it is negative. Praising good behavior, even if he sits quietly chewing on his own toy, will help pooch understand that good behavior is more rewarding.
- Following on from the last point, most dogs are so used to 'NO' 'stop that!' and 'bad dog!' that it becomes background noise, reprimands cease to have meaning. Balance praising your dog and yelling at him.