Train your dog

Dogs have rational thinking processes. Dogs have emotions. Dogs also have conscience. Dogs learn to love. Dogs have linguistic skills and can understand about five hundred human concepts with words. None of these things in a puppy when you get them, are the behaviors learned.

It can be frustrating to try to teach a dog an advanced concept. If you find yourself yelling at or frustrated with the dog simply undo. Stop. The problem is too complicated for her current state of understanding and she does not know what she wants. The solution is to break the problem into smaller steps. You do not learn algebra before you learned to count, combine, subtract, divide and multiply. You do not learn to double until you have learned to add the same number three times to herself. Dogs have similar minds on humans, but they are somewhat limited in potential. But if you are granting a dog credit for being able to think with the ability of a three year old child, you will be surprised at what they will learn.

Binary style

What is a binary method? I mean two binary. There are two things that the dog has to know who you are. That's it, just two. Everything else follows from there. Once they learned these two things, you've got it made in the shade. The dog will become the most obedient, happy little fur creature in the street. She will be willing to learn more. Once a dog has picked up a binary method, there is no back back, she now believes like human.

Enough time for training - Often training courses can be too long or too short. It will take several sessions to get the desired behavior of your dog. Some breeds learn faster than others, so you need to know where your dog is classified in mental stamina. If you force your dog to be bored to train, you will likely cause your dog to lose interest in training and become bratty and sedentary. Remember this - 10 sessions are one minute more effective than a 1 minute session.

Do not repeat orders seconds apart - we are all guilty of this at some point. Being inside the hospital asks the dog to do something like "sit", often by the dog following the work ahead. What happens when we use the word "sit" 7 times before the dog actually sits, is that we are training the dog to wait until 7TH "sitting" driving 7 times before you follow through. Yes, smart dogs or manipulations if you allow them. What you want is an immediate response to the word "sit-in" after she's only once

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