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What are the effective ways to train a dog?

Why is it important to train a dog or puppy?

The most important part of a dog ownership is to train your dog. Having a trained dog will help with protecting him. Arriving at an exit that allows you to walk off the chain, or if he is looking for a shock from the house at the entrance, it is easy to get him back on the call. Getting your dog away from high traffic or strong energy can save his life.

Dogs with great habits are acceptable neighbors too. You do not want to offend a child who is worried about dogs, or an impatient adult.

The right age for starting to train a dog

When is the best time to start exercising? For a puppy to be one month old, you should start showing the lights right away. Start with teaching potty and family tips, like his slide, where to be in your dinner time, the room where he is allowed to enter, if he has the time to stay love table, etc. When the dog is about three or four months old, he can listen enough to learn important commands. While you can persuade new practices when old people are very healthy, it’s easier to teach order than to forget an old habit.   The training communicates some special things that you are the rest of the pack. It is also a way to get good results. Before you begin, list the tools you need.


Your veterinarian can be a great help to accurately tell collars and leashes that bring your dog size and weight into a number. You also need some junk food that you can keep in your pocket. Rarely occurs if the dog has not been infected by something healthy. There are some basic commands that every one of you should teach your dogs.

Train your dog to sit

Encouraging your dog to sit down is the best place to start. This is often an important learning attribute. For example, if you are teaching your dog to sit by the side of the road, it would be safe to walk along the side of the road, and you can ask the dog to sit down while greeting people who do not want them to like to jump.  

  • Take a treat and show it to your dog.
  • If your dog is excited about this, he will follow his head and try to get to it.
  • Hold the treat above your dog's head so that he can look inside. At this point, just take him by the nose so he has to turn his head in the opposite direction. The main way for your dog to get the treat is to put his base on the floor.
  • Next, if you are training with a clicker, click the clicker and give it a reward and lots of attention.
  • In just a few tries, your dog will know how to deserve a click and treatment and his sit reaction will get faster.
  • When he fully understands what is expected of him, imagine a gesture that your dog will learn. Use a gesture such as a hand movement. Your hand, held vertically in front of you, is the same for everyone who trains your dog.
  • Say "sit down" while your dog is sitting to learn how to associate words with action. You have now added a keyword. With practice, you can ask them to sit down instead of curling them up with the treat. 


 Train your dog to come back

  • Let your dog sit on the floor or in the yard with a friend or a family member. They will keep your dog's leash tight. They will be a few meters away from you. Keep a range of snacks and a whistle in your hand.
  • By the time you are prepared, let your friend unload your dog as you sign and call his name enthusiastically. At this point, if your dog comes to you, treat and praise him.
  • After many repetitions, whistle when your dog is free. Make sure you keep moving and see your dog if he needs to come over to you. Treat and applaud enough if they adhere to it.
  • Heat the whistle with signs on different occasions until your dog has figured out how to connect the two.
  • Please practice whistling in a variety of settings. Eliminate your friend as an obstacle. Make sure you incorporate the order into the daily routine. Whistle, for example,   when he is playing outside or in different room of the house.
  • Practice several times at the start and then three times a day. Just do this exercise one to three consecutive days a week.


Train your dog to heel

  •  Choose which side you want the dog to run on and keep some treats on that side of your body. For example, if you want your dog to walk on the left side, hold the treat in your left hand.
  •   Hold the chain to turn the dog. For example, if your dog is on your left, hold the end of the chain in your right hand. Let the rest of it hang freely. Take a step and stop at that point. Give him a treat from your hand although he is not in the heel position. This will help your dog to find the correct position. 
  • Take a step and stop at that point. Give him a treat from your hand although he is not in the heel position. This will help your dog to find the correct position
  • Once again. Get on, stop, and feed a treat next to you along the crease of your jeans.
  • Once the dog is excitedly staring at you for extra treats, take two steps instead of one before stopping to groom the dog.
  •  If the dog pulls forward, stop walking immediately. Go back to your dog or use the treats in your hand to draw the dog back to you, but don't treat him yet, step forward before taking care of him.  We need them to find out that when they walk past a loose leash near you, treats come in, not by dragging.
  • Take more and more steps between each deal.
  • You can talk to your dog to be considerate of you. If the dog walks well on a cheap rope, give this type of walk a name. 



 People who take the time to train their dogs will usually live very satisfying lives with their fellow dogs. The healthy equality of learning practices, the revitalization of friendliness, and the provision of suitable shops for your dog guarantee its well-being. Positive training helps individuals develop relationships with even problematic dogs by changing their understanding and behavior of the problem without the use of violence or fear. This progress is made without affecting the trust between the dog and the owner.



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