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Tips I Follow When Training A Dog
By Payton Lynn
1. Be Consistent: I always try to be consistent while training my dog. For example, you don't want your dog to get on the couch. So, for the first few days you are consistent with making it get off Read more...

 

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Beyond Basic Dog Obedience
By D Beart
Finally your little bundle of furry sweetness has plumped the numbers in your family. You have dreams of a well-behaved pup that is a joy to spend time with and never, ever does those classic doggy Read more...

10-week Basic Dog Obedience Training Formula
By Joanneqpk
Learning new things can be stressful for your dog especially in the beginning when concepts and teaching methods are new. If your dog refused to eat during the early stages of training, stop the Read more...

 
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Dog Obedience Tips For Dummies
By Herbert Spence
When getting a new dog or a new puppy it is always good to know some dog obedience training to get your dog into shape, and to prevent behavioral problems. The sooner you start obedience training Read more...
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Crate Training Your American Pit Bull Terrier: Will It Help Your Dog?
By Tim Amherst -
Crate training is one of the most often misunderstood dog training techniques. Many questions often come up when discussing the topic of crate training such as: “How can I use crate training to teach Read more...
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3 Common Dog Training Mistakes
By James C
If you are in the process of training your dog you know that it can be a frustrating task. Will they ever get it? People often make many mistakes during the training process that can greatly extend Read more...


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Dog Potty Training Basics - Part 2
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Dog Potty Training Basics - Part 2: Training and Praise

As I educate a new puppy where to go potty, I ALWAYS use a leash. When dog potty training, leashes keep your pooch near to you, so you can watch and control everything that goes on. Dogs, especially, are easily distracted. A blowing bush, new smell, branch, another creature - all can take a dog's mind off the topic at hand. If you are nearby the dog with the leash in hand, a gentle yank will redirect away from the curiosity. Leashes are really good to assist educate an AREA to go potty. With a leash, you just take the pooch to the area every time.


I additionally teach terms for pottying when I'm dog potty training. This way, as the dog understands what the terms mean, he will comprehend WHAT I wish as well as what time I wish it to transpire. My terms are "go potty" for urination and "go poopoo" for defecation. Your pick can be ANY term or phrase you desire to exercise consistently. Don't forget when you pick your term or phrase that you will be repeating it A LOT!

When I take my pooch outside on a leash, I begin to educate him the word "OUTSIDE". "Let's go OUTSIDE!". "Do you need to go "OUTSIDE"? "OUTSIDE! OUTSIDE!" In time, the pooch will understand that the term OUTSIDE is associated with pottying. Eventually you will be able to ask the pooch "do you need to go OUTSIDE?" and receive a response like barking, running to the door or tail wagging. That is when you know that the dog potty training is taking effect.
Mike Scilly is an expert dog trainer. You can learn more at easy-dog-potty-training.info

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Dog Training - Five Great Reasons To Train Your Dog
By Julie Hill
1. Exercise your dog's brainWe all know that we need to make sure we walk our dogs and give them opportunities to free run. However, your dog doesn't only need to exercise his body - he needs Read more...

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