Achieving Dog Training Success With The 18 Don Ts Rules

Achieving Dog Training Success With The 18 Don Ts Rules

A well-train dog usually leads a​ happier and healthier life and its owner also can enjoy a​ trouble-free life long companion. Dog training - basic obedience,​ house and potty training are therefore essential and important to​ a​ dog’s education.

The conventional method of​ dog training tips and guide would be to​ list a​ series of​ things that you should “Do” and you might even know the​ A-Z of​ dog training! But sometimes what should be done can be said best by telling what should not be done. Hope you agree with me!

This article seeks to​ list 18 “Don’t” when you train your dog. the​ reasons for the​ don'ts will become evident as​ the​ lessons continue and each one is​ based upon the​ distinctive psychology of​ the​ dog's mind.

1. DON'T punish your dog while you are angry or​ lack control of​ yourself.

2. DON'T punish your dog with the​ lead or​ any instrument of​ training or​ anything he should associate with duty or​ pleasure.

3. DON'T sneak up on​ your dog or​ grab him from the​ rear.

4. DON'T chase your dog to​ catch him; he must come to​ you or​ run after you.

5. DON'T coax your dog to​ you and then turn upon him with the​ whip. You will regret the​ deception.

6. DON'T trick or​ fool or​ taunt your dog. it​ is​ cruel and inconsistent to​ tease your dog to​ come to​ you when he can not.

7. DON'T punish a​ dog by stepping on​ his paws needlessly. They are exceedingly sensitive. Don't twist his ears playfully or​ otherwise. Never strike him on​ the​ backbone,​ in​ the​ face or​ on​ the​ ears.

8. DON'T grab your dog or​ reach for him quickly. He should never fear his master,​ should not be made nervous by his master,​ and should feel that punishment given is​ deserved.

9. DON'T nag your dog; don't be giving orders to​ him constantly; don't pester him with your shoutings.

10. DON'T praise a​ dog for doing a​ certain act,​ then at​ a​ later time,​ scold him for doing the​ same act. if​ you permit him to​ bite your toes today and think it​ fun,​ do not strike him for doing it​ tomorrow,​ when you are not in​ good humor. Consistency is​ a​ chief virtue in​ dog training.

11. DON'T train your dog immediately or​ soon after he has eaten.

12. DON'T lose patience with a​ puppy younger than six months. Never throw or​ kick a​ puppy nor lift him by the​ head or​ leg or​ skin of​ the​ neck.

13. DON'T train him in​ feats requiring much strength or​ endurance until he is​ at​ least six months old.

14. DON'T work your dog without some short rest or​ play periods during training. a​ five-minute rest for every fifteen minutes of​ training is​ desirable.

15. DON'T permit everyone to​ give commands to​ your dog. While you are training him,​ he must be a​ one-man dog,​ depending on​ you alone to​ feed him and care for him.

16. DON'T consider tricks the​ chief end or​ the​ chief part of​ training. Usefulness is​ the​ object sought in​ all instruction of​ the​ dog. Acts that spring naturally from the​ dog's instincts are to​ be fostered.

17. DON'T expect your dog to​ be a​ wonderful dog after a​ few weeks of​ training; four months to​ a​ year may be necessary in​ order to​ make the​ master proud of​ him,​ but the​ work is​ worth the​ effort. Training never ends.

18. DON'T jump to​ the​ conclusion that your dog is​ dumb. He may differ with you believing that the​ trainer should know more than the​ dog.

To end,​ try to​ remember these 18 Don’ts rules,​ enjoy training your dog and most importantly have lots of​ fun along the​ way!

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