Dog Training Tips & Tricks
Too many dogs are given up on after their normal, easily modifiable behaviors are allowed to become problems. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
To prevent your dog from becoming a sad statistic, get Alpha Dog Training to come over to your home. Dog’s trained in their own environment learn better. Good training is a fun activity that helps your dog become a well-behaved, safe, and valued member of the family.
Why Training is a Necessity:
Does your furry companion need training? Yes, and so do you!
Whether you are intentionally teaching him or not, your canine friend is always learning and this is true not just for puppies but also for older, adult dogs. If you do not teach your pet your rules, he will invent his own. Alpha Dog Training shows caregivers how to safely and humanely control their dog’s behavior. Positive training enhances the bond between dog and owner, and helps ensure that your dog will respond happily to your instructions.
Do you make these common mistakes with your dog? Many common dog-rearing techniques may actually be backfiring. But don’t be too surprised.
Dog training mistakes are really human mistakes. Many dog owners make mistakes inadvertently — due to bad advice from friends, reading something that’s not correct or “that’s how we did it with the family dog when when we were growing up.
Then frustration sets in when puppies “have accidents” in the house, or an adult dog won’t come when called or jumps on people for attention.
But these and other problems are not the fault of the dog. And they’re not your fault either. So, don’t feel guilty.
Here are a few common mistakes that most dog owners do, without knowing they’re sending wrong signals to their dog:
Calling Your Dog To You.
When your dog comes to you, do you unknowingly “punish” him for it. For example your dog is having tons of fun outside– you call him — and he comes to you.
Do you reward him by putting him on a leash and taking him home? Think about it. Do you think he’ll want to come to you next time?
Not Giving Attention To Your Dog’s Emotions.
For example, after 15 minutes of training, you notice your puppy isn’t paying attention to you, he’s yawning and simply refuses to look at you. You continue training but your dog doesn’t respond the way you want him to. The result: You get frustrated and irritated. And, that affects your dog, too.
Following Through With Your Training Lessons.
For example, you spend 1 hour on a Sunday teaching your dog to sit. But, during the week you’ve been too busy and you couldn’t devote much time to training. So, next Saturday you start again — but, your dog has most likely forgotten the initial lesson.
You need to follow the training routine until your dog has learned the lesson thoroughly. Dogs love to learn and will learn by regular, consistent repetition with positive reinforcement. There are several other such common pitfalls that should be avoided. And once you take the right steps, the training process will be far more enjoyable and effective.
Training your dog is not at all difficult. But you have to:
1) Know what to expect
2) Know the exact steps
3) Know what common mistakes to avoid.
Alpha Dog Training sets you on the right path. Imagine the feeling of pride (and relief) you’ll have when your dog comes to you every time you call — even if your dog is surrounded by cats, toys, and other distractions.
And picture how happy you’ll be when there are no more accidents in the house.
Imagine the incredible look of amazement and astonishment when your friends and neighbors see how you have turned your dog into the best pet on the block!
Teach Your Dog This Trick In No Time Flat!
Teach Your Dog To Wave Hello
First, start out with your dog in the SIT position. Now, with your dog sitting in front of you, gently tickle the hairs on one of his front paws.
THIS PART IS CRUCIAL:
As soon as your dog’s paw moves, praise your dog and give a treat. It’s important to praise and reward your dog immediately…even if the paw just barely moves.
Now repeat this process quickly until your dog starts to pick up the same foot…without you tickling the hairs. (It might take a few repetitions, but your dog will get the hang of it.)
Your goal is to have your dog’s paw come up about chest high. Once your dog raises his paw to chest height CONSISTENTLY, add the command “wave” or “high five” just before rewarding and praising…while the paw is in the air. Your friends and family will love this!
So if you were to map this out in your dog’s mind, the “timeline” for this trick would look like this:
COMMAND —> DESIRED BEHAVIOR —> REWARD
It’s pretty simple, really. In fact, training your dog to do just about anything will follow that same pattern. BUT, there’s a catch.
You’ve got to first lay some CRITICALLY IMPORTANT groundwork in order to accelerate your dog’s training…and guarantee the training “sticks.”
If you don’t follow these vital (but easy) steps, you’ll make the same mistake that countless other dog owners make…and your dog can end up putting a strain on you…and be a nuisance to others.
That’s why you owe it to yourself and your dog to check out my guaranteed training system. If you use the easy methods in this breakthrough system, your dog will listen to you and obey you every time. Period.
Your dog will snap to attention and obey your every command. If you’re serious about getting your dog or puppy well trained…and therefore having a good long term relationship with your dog…then you’ll put my amazing system to work for you right now.
Give Alpha Dog Training a try. We promise that you and your dog will be extremely happy.
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