Published at Thursday, 23 May 2019. Dog Training. By Sennet Baron.
Dogs are amazing creatures. They adapt to countless situations. They are phenomenal at associations: including learning the meaning or implication of many sounds, such as human language. A dog's ”vocabulary” can reach upward of 150 distinct words! However, regardless of how smart, how skilled, and how adaptable they are, dogs will never be verbal animals. Their first language, so to speak, is not words, but body language. Because of this, it's only natural that your dog will interpret your words though a ”filter” – of body language, facial expression, tone of voice, even your attention. And if one or more of these ”disagree” with the words you are using, most dogs will ”obey” your body language!
Basic Dog Training Lessons – This type of course would usually benefit dogs that have had some previous training and are at least 6 months old. This basic dog training typically will be in course form and will last about 8 to 10 weeks; this should be enough time to impart the basic knowledge and commands into both the dog owners and the dogs themselves.
Reward training (which is sometimes also called lure training) is a very effective training technique for teaching dogs a number of desired behaviors. And, in addition to being highly effective, reward training is an easy, fun method to use. This particular training technique provides much quicker, more dependable results than methods that rely heavily on scolding, corrections or punishment, and it does it in a way that's much more positive for both you and your dog.
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