Having a trained dog isn’t the same as having a balanced dog, but it is important for your dog to know a few basic commands. So where do you start with dog obedience training? You could take a class and you can do it yourself. With the right attitude, it will be fun for both you and your dog.
Check now the Do’s and Don’ts of “Dog Obedience Training” through the infographic below by “eastbaydogtrainers“:
Here we have some more Do’s of “Dog Obedience Training”:
- Always choose your dog’s name and be respectful of it. Teach him to come on the command.
- Decide the house rules for your dog before he comes home. It will be helpful to avoid confusion for both of you.
- Set up a private den for the dog because he needs a room of his own where he can remain relaxed and quiet.
- Help your dog to relax every-time he comes from outside by giving him a warm hot water bottle.
- Puppies love to jump up in greeting. Turn your back on him and pay him no attention, it is the best way of dog obedience training.
- The dog training tips also include stop him from biting or nipping you.
- Always end the dog’s training sessions by encouraging and rewarding him.