House Training Poodles, A Few Tips

House training poodles is all about teaching your dog or puppy where they can go potty and where they can’t. Whether you want to train your toy breed to go to the bathroom outside or inside this method will work. These easy tips on house training you puppy will add hours of fun and enjoyment … Read more

Consistency – The Key To Dog Training Success

Dog training may seem like a daunting task. It can be quite difficult if you don’t know what you are doing. The key to success in dog training is through consistency. Dogs learn via association, if you jump all over the place then your dog will never learn to associate their behavior with a reward. Maintain a consistent approach and dog training routine and you will be sure to succeed!

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Can You Really House Train A Dog In Just A Few Days?

Have you just purchased a new puppy and now you want to know how to house train a dog? Housebreaking your new puppy is the most important thing he needs to learn. The best time to start housebreaking your new puppy is when he reaches the age of 8 to 12 weeks old. Most breeders and many states have laws against selling pets at to young an age to leave their mother. Make sure you check the birthdate on the AKC dog papers or if getting your canine from a shelter find out as much information as you can about the breed and age.

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A Few Dog Aggression Training Methods

The key factor to effective Dog Aggression training is to determine what’s causing the aggression in the first place. An effective method of working with or training the dog can be developed after you understand what triggers aggression for your dog. Remember that some breeds are more aggressive than others, and will need a more controlled environment and possibly specialized training and socialization.

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How to Stop Your Dog from Bolting Out the Front Door

Keeping a pet dog at home may be a great source of joy, entertainment and companionship. However, it is not an easy task. There are many problems you need to face and tackle. You are likely to face problems like dog aggressiveness, digging, biting, jumping, chewing etc. Bolting out the front door is also one of these major problems you have to face quite often. It is said that dogs that bolt, are often rewarded with unnaturally short life spans. Before you get in to any sort of anxiety or stress, we would like to tell that this problem is fairly easy to solve, as long as you understands that the key to the solution is to be persistent and consistent in pursuing the goal of training your dog properly.

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How to Stop a Dog From Jumping

Dogs all begin life jumping on their mother, siblings, and any other available dogs. A mother dog allows this behavior for quite some time. It is probably a throw back to wolf behavior when pups jumped and licked their mother’s face in order to assist regurgitation and being fed. Dog puppies no longer need their mother to feed them in this manner, but the behavior has remained.

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How to Stop Dogs from Barking

Dogs bark for a variety of reasons, and in order to stop dog barking, we need to first identify why the dog is barking. It is always best to identify the reason for the problem. Some breeds of dogs simply bark more than others. Shelties, other herding breeds, small breeds like yorkies, and some terriers bark a little more than the average dog. This should be taken into consideration when adding a breed of this type to your life, as dogs that bark more instinctually are harder to stop.

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How to Train a Dog to Sit

Training your dog to sit is one important part of dog training. It is the foundation on which other training tricks and behaviors are based. This single command would teach your dog to sit as well as “stay” which is another attribute that a disciplined dog must possess. Your Dog training consists of many different phases that you must follow to train your dog successfully.

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