Author: Charles Edwin
Have you noticed that being around a dog that is trained is
lovely to be around?
Dogs that are trained are less likely to jump up on people, and
are less at risk of biting someone. Their manners are very calm
in nature and don't get distracted in most environments.
It is important to train your dog with the goal to teach them
limitations, thus making them more relaxed around humans. On
the internet there are so many hundreds of dog training
programs and as many professional dog trainers. However, it is
hard to tell which are professional and which give real value
to training your dog.
The best way to find a good trainer is to ask your friends and
family if they know a good dog trainer. Once you have found a
trainer, ask them what method of training they teach and how
long they have been instructing. There are tons of training
methods for dogs that do not apply to the times of today. Ask
the trainer what method they use, why they use it, and what the
benefits of it are. No question is stupid because you are
thinking of your dogs best interest.
Whether you train your dog yourself or find a professional,
teaching your dog commands and socializing it is important.
Areas to cover in training include:
1. Learning the sit command. Normally this is the first thing
that new dog owners teach their puppies and dogs.
2. Interacting with other dogs. Helping your dog socialize with
other dogs is great at dog parks and also in a dog training
3. Socializing to strangers. Dogs love humans and getting them
acquainted with more humans makes it easier to interact with
4. Dog Leash walking at your pace. This is important that your
dog learns who is the boss by you regulating the speed of the
5. Learning the stay command: This command is important for
your dog to master in different environment obstacles.
There are many benefits to having a well-trained dog. But it
doesn't necessarily mean the dog will not develop behavioral
problems down the road. Being around a well-trained dog is a
joy and it strengthens the human-animal bond.
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