Monthly Archives: March 2021
Monthly Archives: March 2021
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Here are a few Real Keys that you will find helpful when training your dog, whether you are trying to train your dog to stop barking, come when they are called, sit, or other behavior that you're not happy with...
If you want to create a deep bond with your dog and get long lasting, rapid results, here are some crucial tips...
The first thing you must do is win your dogs mind. You will struggle all the way with your training if you don't start with this.
Winning your dogs mind means that your dog looks to you for all the decisions. I would recommend that before you do anything else, watch one of the amazing video on line that show you the 5 Golden rules to establishing yourself as the pack leader. You don't want to set yourself and your dog up to fail, so make sure you put these things in place before you begin.
You need to know that your dog will listen at the crucial point, this could save their lives, you don't want them running off and doing their own thing. Your dog may play ball occasionally and even do what you ask 99% of the time. But if you want your dog to always listens to you and do as you ask every time, then you need to win your dogs mind.
Motivation is the second Key to Success
You must discover what your dog enjoys doing, whether it's chasing a ball or a toy for exercise, or you throwing a frizby, or just a simple walk, it is really important in terms of a reward. If you can make the experience enjoyable for both of you, you'll find you will achieve more and they will look forward to training with you.
Every breed is different, some like to chase a ball or a stick, others love agility, others love the water and retrieving things, or simply just following their obedience training and pleasing you.
So start with what your dog loves and this will help them develop their skills, work with them, make their training a fun and enjoyable reward for your dog.
Here are the 3 Main Rewards:
Food- This could be a liver treat, dog biscuit or even small pieces of meat.
Affection- Lots of Strong Verbal Praise, Pats and Cuddles
Toys- Games, throwing whatever it is they love to play with, it could be a stick or a ball, or chasing your dog, they just love the interaction from you.
Remember that your dog is always going to work hard to please you, so be fair, if you don't want to use food, then give plenty of affection and praise when your dog does well. That way you'll gain their trust and respect.
Here are some tips when using food rewards:
Do not give food rewards every time
Always vary food rewards
Never let your dog know what the reward is
If your dog doesn’t obey you and come first time then do not give them the food reward.
Achieving perfection is the third key and that takes practice!
The key to success is learning how to encourage behavior that is closer to what you want than the last time. This is where rewards come in handy to motivate them and show your dog what it is that you want.
Don't break your dogs trust in you by using any negative training!
One of the best sites I've found that shows you all of this and more is The Online Dog Trainer, put together by Top Dog Trainer, Doggy Dan.
I love that Dan is so gentle with the dogs that he trains, this is the way to get your dogs love and respect. Remember, YOU are their World.
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“How do I become the Pack Leader?” is one of the most frequent questions I get asked.
You need to convince your dog that you are the person in charge.
The pack leader is the decision maker who decides - where you should go on your walk, how you should behave in different situations and how to respond to all the strange and unfamiliar things that are out there.
Once you understand how dog packs work you soon see the importance of the pack leader and understand that the pack leader makes all the decisions.
You can't leave it up to your dog because there's always the chance that your dog will get it wrong and make a big mistake!
You need to understand that the following means nothing to a dog in order to become the pack leader….
They don't care what car you drive, how much money you earn, what language you speak! or the size of the house they live in...
Understand that your dog would happily swap all of that for a nice snack!
Being a pack leader is more than just asking your dog to sit before they eat their dinner!
Lastly - Using physical strength to train your dog or trying to dominate your dog is certainly not the way to become the pack leader in fact this can back fire badly on you later on if you teach your dog that physical strength is what it is all about. You may be able to force your dog into submission, however, this will not convince your dog that you are worthy of being the pack leader... the only thing that this kind of training will do is convince your dog that you are a bully.
Read on if you'd like to know how to become the pack leader the gentle and respectful way...
Regardless of breed or size, all dogs worldwide establish who is the pack leader the same way. The best way to learn how to put it into practice is to watch it being done on video and you can do this through watching on of the on line dog training videos The important areas to take control in are the following:
The pack leader must be in control and totally calm when your dog barks and alerts you to danger. Including anything that your dog may perceive as dangerous and causes your dog to bark at in and around your property
To be the pack leader on a walk, your dog should not pull you at any stage throughout the walk, especially not at the beginning.
Learning to walk your dog properly is best seen on video, this is the best way to really learn the technique, watch and use the same method on your next walk.
Being a real pack leader means that your dog should be able to relax and switch off completely when inside the house.
If your dog is nearly always on guard and unable to relax then he is performing the duty of a pack leader! And he'll be a very anxious dog.
Your dog should be able to relax switch off, but that is directly connected to how you meet and greet your dog after your return home.
You'll notice the subtle difference when you see it on video, between being the pack leader or the follower.
Lastly, Feed time... There is a lot more to feeding your dog correctly that will establish who is the pack leader than just asking your dog to sit!
If your dog is “not food motivated” then you may be in for a surprise!
I've found a site that shows you, on video - exactly how to become the pack leader and how absolutely important it is to changing any behavioral issues your dog may have.
If you'd like to know more and get a better understanding about what makes you the Pack Leader and other topics, see the videos that explain everything, they're easy to follow.
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