Dog Training

Dog Training

A Simple Guide to Training Your Dog

 Bringing a new dog into your family is an exciting time. However, your excitement can soon turn to frustration when you realize that your new puppy doesn’t know which behaviors are frowned upon. If your shoes are covered in bite marks and there’s a big stain on the living room carpet, it might be time to consider training your dog.

Obedience training may seem like a daunting task at first, but the process can be a very positive one for both you and your puppy. It will help build a bond between you and can actually be a lot of fun. Even so, there’s a lot to keep in mind in order to train your puppy successfully. That’s why we’ve created this short guide to dog training. Here you’ll find information on some of the basics of dog training, as well as some important tips and guidelines for how to keep the experience positive for both of you.

Dog Training Basics

Dog Training Equipment

  • Dog Collar
  • Dog Harness
  • Dog Leash
  • Dog Crate

Training Style

  • Positive Reinforcement
  • Clicker Training
  • Higher Level Training

Rewarding and Correcting

  • Verbal Reprimand
  • Correction
  • Ignore

Other Training Basics

  • Consistency
  • Voice
  • Timing
  • Have Fun

Basic Dog Commands

  • Sit
  • Down
  • Off
  • Stay
  • Come

Advanced Dog Commands

  • Leave It
  • Leash Walking
  • Right About Turn
  • Right and Left Turns

Training Dog Tricks And Games

  • Fetch
  • Circle
  • Roll Over
  • Shake

Dog Crate Training

Dog House training

  • Outside vs. Paper Training
  • General Training Principles
  • Training Your Dog to Go Outside
  • Training Your Dog to Use Newspaper

Dog Behavior Problem

  • Aggression
  • Chewing
  • Digging
  • Barking
  • Nipping

Dog Training Tips

Bringing a dog into your family is one of the most enjoyable experiences you may ever have. You’ll be making a friend who’ll be loyal to you for as long as he lives and will bring countless hours of fun and love. By making sure you take the time to train him properly you’ll strengthen your relationship and make life less stressful for both of you. Training your dog is a fun experience that you can do yourself that will create a relationship that is unlike any other.