CCA-Florida.com - Aquatic Life
HOME
  AQUARIUM BASICS
  FISH BREEDING
  FISHES
  RESOURCES
  DIRECTORY
  SITE MAP
 

Articles

Dog Training Tips for the Beginner

Owning a dog can bring much fulfilment to your life, however if you're unlucky you may be faced with a burden rather than a companion who is pleasant to be around. One of the best ways of having a fun, loving and obedient dog is to train the dog (preferably when they're still a pup). Now training your dog isn't as difficult as it may sound, it's quite easy really. Dog training just requires you to be patient, not only with time, but also with the dog.

There are many areas of dog training but today we are going to be discussing the basics. However, keep in mind the basics are probably the most important in the grand scheme of things, so listen up. Good Dog Before going into specific training tips, you need to work on a few behavioural issues, which will make training your dog more pleasant and more likely to work. Make training as fun as possible for both you and your dog Never use any form of physical contact Reward your dog with treats and/or praise when appropriate Tell your dog off when he/she does something wrong. Raise your voice and say either no or bad dog Be consistent with your demands Be confident with your demands Be patient, you may not see results for several weeks Safe Dog With all the news reports of dog attacks over the years, it would definitely be devastating if your own dog were responsible for such behaviour.

Some instances of attacks are inadvertently caused by the person who got attacked, however most cases occur due to the dog being unfriendly in nature. Please take note of the following advice so you can minimise the chance of your dog ever attacking someone: Always keep your dog on a leash when out in public Never harass or let others harass your dog Don't wrestle or play fight with your dog Train your dog in as many ways possible, so it develops into an obedient dog who knows its place with humans Sit Dog Teaching your dog to sit on command is one of the most basic forms of training you can attempt. It's not the easiest trick to teach your dog if you don't know what you're doing, but with the use of patience, praise and treats, you will have your dog sitting its rear end in no time. The following steps will teach your dog how to sit: Stand in front of your dog Hold one of your dog's favourite treats in your hand Place the treat near your dog's nose Say the word sit Without holding the treat too high, place the treat directly above your dog's head To reach the treat your dog should sit down Praise him saying excitedly good dog, pat him/her and give it the treat. Keep repeating the above steps until your dog doesn't require a treat to sit.

To achieve this, each time you repeat the sit process, use smaller pieces of the treat. Remember being a responsible dog owner will not only help your dog but also help your family life. A dog may be a man's best friend, but that may not be the case if that dog hasn't been trained. Please look into training your dog to get the best out of each other.

David Ward is an author who writes articles on many topics. For further information on dog training visit: http://www.mycaninepal.com/ace.pl/veterinary-tips-cleveland.html



Aquariums






supply SinoNSH TF Turbine Oil Purificationoil purifieroilreclaim plantoil recoverywaste managm - TF (oil purifier,oil purification,oil filtration,oil filter,oil treatment,oil recycling,oil regeneration,oil filtering, oil reclaim plant,oil recovery,waste managment,oil disposal,oil reclamation.

supply SinoNSH TF Turbine Oil Purificationoil purifieroilreclaim plantoil recoverywaste managm - TF (oil purifier,oil purification,oil filtration,oil filter,oil treatment,oil recycling,oil regeneration,oil filtering, oil reclaim plant,oil recovery,waste managment,oil disposal,oil reclamation.

HighEfficiency Vacuum Insulation oil recycling oil filteroilpurifier oil filtering oil purific - VFD-Double-Stage High-Efficiency Vacuum Insulation Oil Purifier Application VFD series is mainly used to improve the properties of insulation oil.

Asbestos in Schools - Are you looking for some inside information on asbestos? Here's an up-to-date report from asbestos experts who should know.

An Overview of Wind as an Energy Source - Wind is one of the cleanest, if not cleanest, renewable energy sources available to us.

more...
CCA-Florida.com © Copyright 2017, All Rights Reserved.