How to Teach The First 7 Things To Your Dog

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How to Teach The First 7 Things To Your Dog

Teaching a dog tricks is a great way to build a bond of trust and strengthen communication between owner and animal. Here's a guide to teaching your dog these 7 basic tricks:

Sit

This trick is easy to learn and is a good starting point for teaching your dog basic tricks.

To teach him, place a treat in his hand and move it to the back of his head. Your dog should sit down to reach for the treat.

Repeat this process until your dog automatically responds to the "Sit" command.

Drop That

This trick is useful for teaching your dog to drop objects not to chew.

To teach him, ask your dog to drop an object he's chewing on and reward him with a treat.

Repeat this process until your dog automatically responds to the "Stop that" command.

Come

This trick is essential to keep your dog safe and control his movement.

To teach him, call your dog in a friendly tone of voice and reward him with a treat when you get to him.

Repeat this process until your dog automatically responds to the "Come" command.

Walking on a leash

This trick is important to teach your dog to walk on a leash and keep him safe during walks.

To teach him, walk alongside your dog while keeping the leash taut and reward him with a treat when he walks alongside you without pulling on the leash.

His name

This trick is important to establish a bond of trust and communication with your dog. To teach him, repeat his name when you call him and reward him with a treat when he responds.

Repeat this process until your dog automatically responds to his name.

Sit in a certain place

This trick is useful for teaching your dog to sit in a specific place, such as his resting place or his eating place.

To teach him, ask your dog to sit in a certain spot and reward him with a treat when he does.

Repeat this process until your dog automatically responds to the command.

What to do if my dog does not obey me

 If your dog doesn't obey you, it's important to understand that this may be a communication problem and not misbehavior.

Here are some tips to address this issue:

Positive reinforcement

Instead of punishing your dog for not obeying, focus on rewarding him when he responds correctly to her commands.

Positive reinforcement is an effective technique to improve your dog's obedience and strengthen her bond with him.

Consistent Training

It is important to be consistent in your training and to use the same commands and cues every time you ask your dog to do something. This will help your dog understand what is expected of him.

Reduce distraction

If your dog does not comply in highly distracting situations, he may need to train him in a more controlled environment before moving on to more stressful situations.

Be patient

Obedience training can be a long process and requires patience and consistency. Don't be discouraged if your dog doesn't respond right away. Continue to train him and reward him when he responds correctly.

Reinforce good behaviors

Don't forget to reward your dog for the good behaviors he displays, even if he isn't responding to your commands. This will help build his confidence and motivation.

Consult a professional

If your dog still won't comply after following these tips, a dog trainer or animal handler may be necessary.

These professionals can help you identify and address underlying behavior issues and provide specific advice and strategies for your dog.

Remember that each dog is unique and may require a different approach to improve your dog's obedience.

The most important thing is to be patient, consistent and loving in your training and to work collaboratively with your dog to achieve better communication and relationship.

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Source: Zak George’s Dog Training Revolution

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