How to Train a Dog?

How to train a dog

How to Train a Dog: Dogs are just as easy to train as children. Dog trainers have developed many methods of training your dog so that you can teach him to behave appropriately without using force. With positive reinforcement and the proper use of the no-pull process, training dogs is a breeze. If you are worried that your dog will pull on your leash while walking, the dog trainers will give you a hand and prevent your dog from pulling.

One of the questions I get asked a lot from novice dog owners is why training dogs is necessary. The second most common question I get asked from novice dog owners is the best training method for their pets. Both of these questions are rooted in fear and ignorance. In this article, there are steps for you to train your dogs to plan the method, and it will work best for you.

Doorbell Desensitizing

Step 1

Have a helper ring the doorbell. Your boxer will most probably run to the door to greet the friend. Tell your boxer to sit or lie down on his mat or bed.

Step 2

Give him a dog treat when he sits and stays or lies down quietly. Open the door for your helper and keep your dog in his current position. If he gets up put him back in the sit or lie down position.

Step 3

Tell your helper to give me a dog treat as your boxer is calmly waiting to greet him. Allow your boxer to greet the friend after your friend sits down.

Step 4

Repeat this exercise several times in a row. Your dog will soon learn that if he calmly waits to greet guests and does not jump on them, he will get a treat. Eventually phase out the treats and give your boxer a lot of praise for being a good boy.

“Say Hello” Command

Step 1

Place a chair without arms, such as a dining room chair, in the center of your living room. Sit in the chair with a handful of small dog treats.

Step 2

Call your boxer to you and have him sit on one side of you. If he puts his paws on you, place his paws on the floor and tell him to sit.

Step 3

Place one treat in your hand on the opposite side of the chair from where your dog is sitting. For example, if he is sitting on your left side, place a treat in your right hand with your hand closed.

Step 4

Repeat this exercise several times in a row. Your dog will soon learn that if he calmly waits to greet guests and does not jump on them, he will get a treat. Eventually phase out the treats and give your boxer a lot of praise for being a good boy.

Step 5

Practice this command several times each day in short training sessions. Make your boxer keep his head on your lap for a little longer each time and eventually phase out the treats. He will learn that a polite hello gets him lots of attention and praise.

How to train a dog

Dogs are just as easy to train as children. In fact, dog trainers have developed many methods of training your dog so that you can teach him to behave appropriately without using force. With positive reinforcement and the proper use of the no-pull method, training dogs is a breeze. If you are worried that your dog will pull on your leash while you are walking, the dog trainers will give you a hand and prevent your dog from pulling.

Your dog will learn to respond to your commands, but you must remain consistent. If you want your dog to stay obedient, you must not only treat the dog well when it exhibits good behavior, but you must reinforce that good behavior consistently. Be prepared for a great relationship with your new dog!