Different Types of Dog Training
Over the years there have been many different training techniques revealed as the latest and greatest. Usually, these techniques gradually cease to exist or have periods where they become popular, again a little later, they disappear. In this chapter we look at the positive and negative sides of different training methods and we recommend an appropriate training method for you and your dog.
Below, in one of the most important parts of this discussion we reveal the secrets on how you can influence your dog’s behavior. I am convinced that these techniques, combined with your understanding dog’s psyche, will complement your chosen training.
Next we will look at how a proper use of cage training and how the training pattern should change as the dog ages. In conclusion, if you believe a coach is needed, tips are give when choosing a dog instructor.
Types of Training
There are many different types of exercise that you can exercize with your dog or puppy. Some people use a variety of these methods, while others focus more on the most effective method. At the end of this section, preferences regarding the most effective training technique are given.
All types of exercise stick pros and cons. The techniques you’ll use most often, the techniques that your dog responds to best and which you prefer to use. Something every dog owner should keep in mind is that training is not that much easy. There is need for patience and understanding.
There are some training methods which are used for puppies and dogs below, and one method is described in detail.Popular training methods are:
– “Gentle Leader” training
– Slip Chain Training
– Clicker training (a method with lots of potential)
– Ultrasonic Training
Training with pay
This is the most popular training methods-trainig with rewards. It works by rewarding your dog with a tasty gift when he does what is asked. This is often combined with praise and fuss behavior. In this way, the dog to associate the action with a reward. It works in a similar way as aversion therapy but in reverse order. In aversion therapy, people are trained to some bad actions to associate with something bad, so they discourage the action. Training with pay will teach your dog a good action to associate with something delicate, thus repeating the action encouraged.
Some people make this type of training by ineffective at the wrong moment, outside the training to reward the pet. This dog thinks that there is always a reward ahead and not just when he does something good. Some people are not so keen on this method of training as the dog responds by giving the prospect of reward rather than because he has respect for his boss.
An important factor to remember when training with reward is that training with reward and punishment with no training. Never yell at your dog because this might not store what you had in mind. Praise your dog when it does something good.