Training Success

 
Dog Training part III – Communicating With The Dog Dog Training part III – Communicating With The Dog

Fundamentally, dog training is about communication. From the human perspective the handler is communicating to the dog what... 

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 With A Training Collar Or Choke Collar Dog Training With A Training Collar Or Choke Collar

There are a variety of names that go under the broad heading of “training collar”. Some of them are — choke collar,... 

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Training Guide and Tips

 
Dog Training Tips that Work! Dog Training Tips that Work!

In dog training, the most simple acts often produce the best results. In any dog pack, the alpha sets the rules and the rest... 

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,... 

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... 

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Perfect Dog Training

 
Training Dogs the Lazy Way Training Dogs the Lazy Way

Have you ever found it difficult to get your dog to do as it is told? Well, today we’re going to show you how to train him the lazy way, and get results every time. Our first task is to get the dog to pay attention to us. How many times have you seen someone shout their dog’s name with absolutely no response? So, say your dog’s name in a moderate voice without shouting, and if he... [Read more of this review]

Training Your German Shepherd Dog Training Your German Shepherd Dog

The German Shepherd Dog truly is a wonderful animal and not only do they make good working dogs, they also make superb family pets. They are however very different from other pet breeds and need to be handled and trained with a different approach to say your average labrador or poodle for instance. The GSD is a large, strong athletic dog, which needs a lot of mental stimulation and exercise but a well... [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 The Proper Table Etiquette Training Your Dog The Proper Table Etiquette

Your puppy needs to learn proper table manners if he is to become a good house-dog. He must learn to give up his food to you without a struggle. He must also learn not to take food that does not belong to him. Training your puppy both aspects of table manner early on will prevent biting over his meal or over a stolen food later on. Since both aspects go against the dog’s natural instinct, they... [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 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]

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