Do you know how well Dogs perform when they are actually trained correctly? It is not how you train him; it is about the method you use while during their training process. It is essential to understand that how the whole parenting works around Animals, knowing that since they would be a part of your clan you need to understand that there would be a lot of changes in the routine as well as your temper, patience is the key and the whole process involves around staying calm while you train your puppy.
Usually, what people think is that to bring in a little puppy is the easiest thing as it would learn everything too soon, but the question is HOW? It would be only possible if you spend time with the little puppy and teach him the basic manners of Sit, Walk, Sleep, Pretty Please etc. This is all done one by one as for a puppy it is essential that you need to repeat the words simultaneously while doing a certain task so that your puppy knows what you are referring to. Always remember, the training begins the moment the puppy enters your house. We often forget that Animals are very smart no matter whatever breed they are of, they are very smart when it comes to breed specific, like Labrador Retriever they take their master’s command and perform as they understand. This is why they are called Retrievers, similarly German Shepherd, they take care of herds very well and also are best at clan’s master.
Points to ponder:
1- Training begins when you bring the puppy home;
2- Choose your words wisely and react to what you say;
3- Hand gestures are important factor but make sure you use them as you speak;
4- Keep treats and give them only if they perform your command correctly and promptly;
5- Treats are important factor in the game as this is how they learn quicker;
6- Be patient when you begin your training as it is a long tedious task;
7- Never hit them, as this is not a good practice.
By keeping these points in your mind, you would learn how these animals reciprocate to your words. Just be patient and calm throughout.
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