Training Success

 
Dog Training Treats – Spoiling That Cute Pooch! Dog Training Treats – Spoiling That Cute Pooch!

Do you ever wonder how much a dog can really taste? Does it really matter whether you get him the beef liver treats or the... 

Dog Training Part V: The Command Voice Dog Training Part V: The Command Voice

When giving commands to a dog, a calm, firm, authoritative voice is most effective. Dogs do not respond well to hesitant,... 

Dog Training Using the Reward Training Method Dog Training Using the Reward Training Method

While reward training is commonly viewed as the most current style of dog training, it is actually a lot older than most... 

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Training Guide and Tips

 
Dog Training: Tips and Tricks to Stop Your Dog From Digging in Your Yard Dog Training: Tips and Tricks to Stop Your Dog From Digging in Your Yard

It’s downright infuriating to look out the window and see Buddy digging another hole in the yard. You yell out the window;... 

Toilet Training for Dogs – Tips from Animal Behaviorists Toilet Training for Dogs – Tips from Animal Behaviorists

Generally, dogs are very clean animals – they won’t soil close to where they eat, or where they sleep. But living... 

FREE Dog Training Tips: Easy Steps to Leading the Pack FREE Dog Training Tips: Easy Steps to Leading the Pack

This article is the first in a 3-part series about changing dog behavior using positive dog training methods. Be a leader,... 

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Perfect Dog Training

 
Training Your Dog using a PetSafe Electric Dog fence – Week 2 Training Your Dog using a PetSafe Electric Dog fence – Week 2

During Phase 2 Your dog can now experience the higher correction levels of the dog fence collar. Walk your dog within the containment area of the yard and praise + feed meat treats to him. Allow your dog to proceed toward the training flags. When your dog enters the signal field, he will experience an uncomfortable, but harmless, static correction. Since this correction may startle your dog, he may... [Read more of this review]

Training Your Dog With a Clicker Training Your Dog With a Clicker

In this article I am going to discuss clicker training and its use in training dogs. Most people have heard of clicker training but have no clue what it actually is, in this article I will discuss what clicker training is, how to start using it as well as just how powerful clicker training can be. Most dogs take to clicker training very easily and enjoy learning through the use of a clicker. What Clicker... [Read more of this review]

Training Your Dog – Can You Teach an Old Dog New Tricks? Training Your Dog – Can You Teach an Old Dog New Tricks?

There are more or less favorable ages for training a dog. Very young puppies are preoccupied with discovering their environment, but they are never too young to learn the basics. In general, puppies under 6 months will benefit greatly from their experiences with their brothers, sisters, and mother. This is when they learn the elementary “social graces”. While they are learning from their... [Read more of this review]

Training Your Dog To Jump The Rope Trick: Simple and Fun Dog Trick Training Your Dog To Jump The Rope Trick: Simple and Fun Dog Trick

To teach a dog to jump, with your right hand hold a cane just high enough above the ground so that your dog can easily step over it, and in your left hand hold a piece of treat just in front of him, so that he will have to step over the stick to get it. As the dog grows older and understands what you want him to do, you can raise the stick a few inches at a time, so that he will be obliged eventually... [Read more of this review]

Training Your Dog Training Your Dog

Training your dog can be time consuming and frustrating at times, but it’s well worth it. Here are several tips that should help things go much smoother and faster… plus reduce the frustration both you and your dog feel! Conduct “play training” where by the training tasks are made into fun games and your dog’s play drive is used as motivation. There are a lot of really... [Read more of this review]

Training The Dog To Come When It Is Called Training The Dog To Come When It Is Called

Training a dog to come when it is called is a vital, and potentially life saving, part of any successful dog training program. All properly trained dogs must learn to respond instantly to the owner’s voice, and the sooner this lesson is learned the better. The advantages of teaching a dog to come when called are obvious. For starters, coming when called will help you regain control of the dog in... [Read more of this review]

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