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Secrets to Dog Training - Can You Really Learn Them?

September 26, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 162

People often get frustrated when they are trying to train their dog or change their behavior. They read many books and try to apply the various principles with no result. They wonder if there is a secret that they are not aware of.

The problem with this scenario is that they are confusing their dog. By constantly changing tactics, they prevent their dog from learning what they want. A dog owner must be consistent with their training in order for their pet to learn what they are trying to teach.

Expert Daniel Stevens has written a book called Secrets to Dog Training. He details the methods you need to train your dog quickly and easily. Many different scenarios are dealt with and, behavioral issues are discussed.

Problem behaviors can be extremely frustrating and difficult to deal with. Does your dog run outside every time the door opens? Does your dog bark the entire time he is outside? Maybe you are trying to figure out a way to stop him from jumping on you. There are many behaviors that dog owners have to deal with and attempt to change. This can be a challenge for a puppy but dealing with a grown dog can be worse. People often think you cannot change a dog's behaviors once it is grown.

The Secrets to Dog Training will show you how to work with an adult dog to make it obedient and well-behaved. This book dispels the myth that you can't teach an old dog new tricks. It may take longer for your dog to relearn his behavior, but it can be done with patience and consistency.

A dog with behavioral problems will be a challenge to take for a walk. He will pull on the leash and try to dart away when he sees something interesting. By the time you get home, you are exhausted and frustrated. If you teach your dog the proper behavior when he is on a leash, your walks will be much more pleasant and enjoyable for you and your pet.

Never use the word "come" when you are mad at your dog or he will learn to associate that with getting in trouble. You will have trouble getting him to come to you at all, even if it is for something he will enjoy. The book tells you other ways to get him to respond when he is doing something wrong.

The key to getting your dog to obey your commands is making sure he understands what you want. Since he does not understand human language, he uses tone of voice and body language to develop the meaning of a command. When the owner gets frustrated and allows it to reflect in their voice, the dog will be even less likely to understand what you are telling him.

By learning the techniques used by professional dog trainers, you can teach your dog to be well-behaved and disciplined. The Secrets to Dog Training will show you how to develop the skills you need.

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