Apr 30, 2013

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Make Sure You Involve Yourself In Dog Training

It would be wonderful if turning your dog into the perfect family pet was a simple matter of dropping it off with a trainer for a few days and then coming back to get it. In an ideal world, you could just turn your pet over to a knowledgeable person who would teach him to behave exactly the way that you want and you would never have to worry about having your shoes used as chew toys again. In reality, though, the best way to teach your pet how to behave is to make sure that you are involved with his Dog Training.

It isn’t that professional trainers can not teach a dog new behaviors on your behalf. This is something that they do every day and they have a great deal of skill at it. The problem is that the training a pet does with someone else does not always translate very well when you take him back home. If the only person who has ever taught him a command completely disappears, a dog may consider it to be completely irrelevant to his life and begin to ignore it afterward. Pet owners also often make the mistake of getting sloppy with their commands and accidentally training their dogs to ignore the signals that they once obeyed.

What is more important in training, however, is the relationship that you are building with your pet. When you are teaching him to do things like sit and lie down, he is learning to trust in your guidance and to listen to what you have to say. At the same time, you are learning how to read his moods and communicate with him in a manner that allows him to understand what you want. This process is key to creating a good long term relationship with a pet and feeling good about your ability to guide him through new situations as they arise.

It is true that Dog Training requires you to invest some of your time and energy, but the rewards that will come to you in return are tremendous. Work with a professional trainer to learn the right techniques and to make sure that you are on the right track, but you still need to stay involved and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to bond with your pet.

 

 

      

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