How To Train Your Dog
HOW TO LEASH TRAIN YOUR DOG
Remember the old cowboy movies’ scenes when the cowboy falls from his horse, and his boot gets caught in the stirrup? His horse then takes off across the prairie dragging the cowboy in the dust. That’s how I sometimes felt when I took my two miniature schnauzers for a walk! After following Doggy Dan’s tips, I no longer have that problem. Doggy Dan has a comprehensive online training course covering just about every possible dog training subject.
You should keep your dog on its leash when out of the house unless they are in a fenced-in yard. Keeping your dog on a leash is important for its safety and for the safety of others.
A dog off its leash may decide to cross the road without regard to traffic. It may also chase other pets or animals. It may even threaten or attack other people. None of these outcomes is good.
Puppies can start leash training as early as 8 weeks old. It is better to start training them as soon as possible. In our video, we offer several tips to help you leash train your dog.
Now if you’ve ever had trouble with your dog pulling on the leash, then you’re going to really enjoy this particular video. Because what makes this whole method so effective is that it doesn’t rely on forcing dogs to obey you, but by convincing them that they should be following YOU.
As you’re going to see in this first video… it works very quickly, even on the most determined dogs. Enjoy the video…
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HOW TO HOUSE TRAIN YOU PUPPY
Puppies need to go often, and when they need to go, they go. They will choose a place themselves, which is unlikely to be a place you want them to use as a bathroom. You will have to train them to know where and where not to pee.
The best way to show your puppy where you want them to potty is to show them the correct place. To do this, take them out before they need to go, then praise them when they do go.
You will be amazed at how quickly they will learn if you give them praise and a treat for going in the right place. Your puppy soon learns that peeing in the right place means it gets a treat.
After a few successes, your puppy will expect a reward saying, “Hey, where’s the dog cookie. I just pooped!”
After eating, puppies will often need to go within a couple of minutes, so always take them outside as soon as they finish eating. It would help if you also took them outside as soon as they wake up.
Use a word or phrase that your puppy can associate with the trip outside. You could say, “go outside” or “do your business.” Your puppy will soon recognize the words and know what they mean. Everyone in the family should use the same word or phrase.
If you take your puppy outside and it does not go, then be aware that they may still need to relieve themselves. You may want to restrict them to a smaller area that is easy to clean.
It is best never to punish a puppy to teach it a lesson. The next time it may do it out of sight, such as behind the couch!
There are lots more puppy tips and tricks, but these are the real basics. Visit The Online Dog Trainer for more fantastic advice about any puppy issue.
HOW TO STOP DOG AGGRESSION
If your dog thinks it is the pack leader, it may attack other dogs to protect you and himself. Dominant dogs may attack even when they have the option of running away. If you want to stop dog aggression, you must train your dog to look to you as the pack leader.
And as you’ll see in the following video, it all starts with convincing your dog that you are the decision-maker. When you understand the secret of how to get this part right, the rest becomes easy.
Let’s face it. Dog aggression is one of the most stressful issues for so many owners. Yet when you convince your dog that you are in charge, it’s easy to show your dog there’s nothing to worry about. In this video, Dan shows us an example of exactly how he communicates to his dog…
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HOW TO STOP PEOPLE AGGRESSION
Any dog that shows aggression toward people can be a potential threat to the public. Dogs, especially large dogs, can do serious injury to humans. If you have a dog that shows aggression towards people, you have a duty to change the dog’s behavior or you risk not only harm to another person but also potential legal and possibly criminal liability yourself.
Of course, it can’t be emphasized enough how important this is. If you really want your dog to take notice of anything that you say or do, you first have to establish yourself as the Pack Leader.
Convincing your dog that you are the pack leader does not mean you have to shout or be aggressive. It’s all about giving your dog the right messages so that it understands you make the decisions, and it should pay attention to everything you say!
In this video, Dan demonstrates how to control an aggressive dog.
This video is something completely different from our other training videos. We show you how easy it is to work and train dogs who listen and respect you as the pack leader. So Doggy Dan will be taking you on holiday with him, his family, and 6 large dogs, and you’ll see what I mean.
One of my favorite quotes regarding dog training is this:
“First, you need to win your dog’s mind. Then you can train the body” (My friend Doggy Dan said that actually!)
You just need the know-how.