Published at Monday, April 16th, 2018 - 09:03:01 AM. . By Tia Mccarty.
On the other hand, obedience training is to train the dog to obey certain basic commands such as sit, stay, come and heel. This kind of training should be in short and frequent sessions to prevent your dog from becoming too bored; each sessions should be between ten to fifteen minute, and you should do it two or three times a day. Tip: If you train your dog before meals it will associate the food with a reward, and of course they will be more interested in the treat you’re holding.
Some of the basic puppy training commands are "sit," "stay," "come," "down" and "heel". When you say the commands, remember to say them loud and clear. The dog need to hear the commands as many times as possible, so he start to associate the word with what you want him to do. Remember to praise your dog when it responds correctly to the command. This will encourage your dog to response to the command correctly the next time you do it. At the beginning use treats but in the future you can use affection such as a belly rub, a pet on the head or verbal praise as the reward.
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