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Helpful Tips For Responsible Dog Ownership

The golden rule by the great Chinese philosopher Confucius can be applied to practically every single aspect of life. Dog ownership and dog training are no exceptions to this rule. So being a responsible dog owners entails you to make sure that your furry best friend does not cause any harm or trouble to your neighbors as much as you would not want your neighbor's pets to disturb or bother you. Read on and find out how to make things easier for you as a dog owner:1. Have your dog trained. Teach your do the basics. You can start by teaching him where his personal space, where he can sleep, where he is supposed to poop and pee, and other little things such as not barking at just anyone he sees. This simple manners will surely make him behave and not make him a nuisance in your house and in the neighborhood as well.2. Get your dog to familiarize himself with the neighbors and his surroundings. Introduce him to your neighbors as well as to your neighbors' dogs so he will be able to identify them as familiar faces...

 


Dog Supplies - Train Your Pup Right

So you have a new dog and you would love if he were to learn a trick or two. But how do you teach him? It's a pretty easy process. Most dogs want to learn, because they want to please you. You just need to make sure you have the right dog supplies to encourage the learning process. The first dog supplies you need are some treats. You are going to use these all the time when training your dog to do what you want him to do. He wants the treats and as soon as he makes the connection that doing what you say means he gets them, he will be much more attentive. For your first trick, try teaching your dog to sit. You will need to say the word sit, and then put his body in the position and help him stay that way. When he does, pet him and tell him he was good. Now walk a step or two away. This should be enough to get him to stand up to follow you. Look at him and tell him to sit. Give him a second to take in the word, but if he still looks confused repeat the word, pushing his backside down at the same time. Try it ...

 


Tips on How to Utilize Proper Dog Training Techniques

As most pet parents can attest, dogs are both amiable and feisty. These two seemingly incompatible traits are what dog training so difficult, especially in the early years. Luckily, experts abound that can give us helpful hints on how to get our treasures pooches to mind their manners and behave in public and in the home.Below are the things you should know to train a puppy and a full grown canine. You can modify these approaches to fit the personality of your dog as these are guidelines, not hard and fast rules.Puppy trainingPuppy training can be engaging, rewarding and fun with the mind set. Remember, puppies are playful, so getting and keeping their attention is the key to success.1. Train early - young pups are very enthusiastic and alert, in fact, you can start training a puppy that is only a week old. The best way to do this is to set boundaries and rules and enforce them strictly. Don't let the puppy jump up on you and be sure to have treats handy to point out behaviors that are good.2. Reward -...

 




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