Doggy Training Tips
Effectively training your doggy requires time, patience and good dog training tips. Invest in basic dog obedience training classes (make sure your trainer attended one of the many dog trainer schools - a well trained teacher will help both your dog, and you, learn the basics quickly and effectively).
A List of Dog Training Tips:
Below is a list of dog training tips for the right and wrong way to approach the training. Let's start with the wrong way:
Positive Doggy Training Advice: Basic Dog Obedience Training
This dog training advice offers positive reinforcement to their successful training:
We recommend working with a dog trainer, especially with a new puppy or a new, adopted doggy. Check local dog trainer schools to see where basic dog obedience training classes are being held and for a referral to a well trained teacher.
Taking Care of Your Doggy
If you want a well trained and well behaved dog you not only need to do training with him or her, you also need to make sure your pet is in good health. Take your dog to the veterinarian for a check up and for regular shots. Make sure that your dog's skin, coat, ears, eyes, digestive system and more are in good condition.
Feed your dog healthy, homemade dog food and dog treats (like dog biscuits or vegetable treats). Check your dog's ears and teeth regularly (at least several times a week and daily is best) for prevention and maintenance. We recommend using Pet Alive's Ear Dr. for dog ear mites and ear infections.
Keeping your dog's ears clean also means they have not excuse not to hear you and obey your commmands!
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