Thursday, 25 July 2013

Dog Training & Tips

Dog Training Tips

If you have a new puppy or dog it is generally agreed that some basic dog training is advisable for not only your dog but perhaps just as important is training for the new owner.  We as owners often need as much training as our lovely dogs! 

We would therefore like to invite our blog readers and viewers to interact with each other and share any tips on training for both dog and owner or perhaps recommendations on courses, trainers or advisers.

There are two trainers in the Hertfordshire areas who offer great advise and discounts on their training courses.  If you know of anymore please share with us and our viewers.  We look forward to reading your comments.

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1 comment:

  1. Excellent! it is very useful post and tips for puppy training. How to train your puppies is a question asked by almost all dog owners. It seems everyone has advice and tips, and opinions on the best way to train your puppies.

    Puppies learn very fast with proper training. The primary few days at home are very important for puppies and the examples you set now will last a life span. Following these basic techniques as soon as you bring your puppy home will make sure a positive housetraining experience for you and your puppy:-

    * Ensure you give your dog lots of consideration and attention when he’s doing the right and good thing. Praise him plentifully when he’s been a good boy.

    * There is nothing intrinsically incorrect with telling your dog “no,” it’s just that it doesn’t give him sufficient information. Instead of “no,” instruct him what you want him to do.

    * Give your puppy recurrent admission to his toilet area for preventing soiling inside house. Reward the puppy for do so - give a special treat.

    * Nourish your puppy with 2 – 3 meals per day. Leave food out for 15-20 minutes then take away the leftover food. Never leave food out for puppy to eat at will. This helps you find out when she’ll have to go potty.