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Beginner's Guide to Obedient Dog Training


If the following rules are not followed when raising a young dog, then the following difficulties will arise during training:

All family members should take part in the upbringing (read "packs").

Whoever deals with the puppy, everyone should train him according to the same rules.

Training a puppy is a game + rest + work.

It is necessary to train with a puppy for at least 10 minutes a day.

Which teams a young dog should know: "To me," "You can," "Pull," "Give," "Nearby," "Sit," Show your teeth, "" Who's there, "" Walk, "" Lie down, "" Place "," Voice "," Fu "," Aport "," Barrier "," Stand "," Silence "or" Quiet ".

If your pet does not follow the To Me command, you can assume that you do not have a dog.

If you are not sure that the puppy will fulfill your command, then it is better not to give it, and if you have, then get it in any way that he fulfilled it.

Any team must be canceled by another team ("To me" - "Walk", "Stand" - "Lie", "To me" - "Sit", etc.).

Any exercise that your pet performs should only be performed as it should and is capable of doing at this time. It is better to do nothing at all than to do it wrong.

100% - fulfillment - 100% reinforcement: positive - reward, goodies, etc., negative - punishment.

If the dog’s attention is not directed at you, then it will ignore your actions and commands. It is necessary to attract the attention of the pet to yourself as much as possible (name the nickname, just talk, praise, call the game, etc.).

Any team is pronounced only once!

All prohibiting commands are unlearned through allowing or at the same time.

Praising, caressing, stroking, giving a treat is necessary only when the puppy really deserves a reward for its actions and its behavior.

If your pet is doing something wrong or not at all, then look for the reason for this behavior in yourself and in your actions! Easier to warn than to fix.

Start learning everything new with your puppy in a familiar setting, i.e. without distractions (at home, at the place of walking, at the training ground).

Train your dog wherever you can, as when accustomed to performing exercises only in a certain place (for example, a training ground), the dog will not listen to you in any other conditions and situations.