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Secret Signal That Tells You Your Dog Is Ready And Eager To Learn
No one knows your dog better than you, and as such you will find your dog has ways of telling you, it’s time to play. This can occur by him bringing you the collar you use while training or he may run back and forth to the front dog around training time.
Different times of the day and evening, We find it’s best to Practice commands at different times of the day and evening as your dog gets better and more adapt at learning.
The best way to motivate your dog to learn
Your dog LOVES to please you, as such when your dog does what you want him to do praise him HEAVILY and use high tones a lot of rubbing and food reward. This will ensure that your dog will look forward to learning Different body positions while issuing command
Does your dog really fully understand a given command? Try giving the command when you're in a different position than usual. For instance, if you are sure your dog understands the command "Stand", try issuing the "Stand" command (from a sit or down):
Different levels of volumes and different tones of voice
Try issuing commands to your dog in several different volumes (whisper, quiet, moderate and loud) and different tones of voice (squeaky, in a low voice, grumbly, singing, etc.).
Disappearing after issuing command
Give a command your dog knows well, and then go out of sight for 3 minutes. Does your dog remain in position until you return and release him or her?
What 3 Things you should never do when training your dog
Who do dogs mind better, men or women?
Dogs do not have a preference they love their masters equally if male or female what they do respect however is consistency in commanding. It keeps them from getting confused.
Disappearing before issuing command
First, try standing behind your dog, facing away from him, when giving a command. Use a mirror when possible to watch your dog. Then give your dog a "Sit-Stay" command, and then go out of site for 1 minute (i.e.: into the next room where your dog can't see you). Then, while still out of your dog's sight (but within hearing distance), issue a command for your dog to "Down”.
The one mistake you mustn’t make
Never ever hit your dog.
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