How to train a dog in a proper way

Dog training in proper way

A well-trained dog is a happy dog as he knows his position in his human family. Puppies can be taught simple commands starting at seven to eight weeks of age. Positive reinforcement, such as a small piece of a tasty treat or lavish praise, should be given immediately when the puppy obeys the command. When you start training your dog, perform the commands for 10 to 15 minutes at a time. – You should also start with shorter time periods he has to stay in each command.

Puppies can be taught simple commands starting at seven to eight weeks of age. Trying to do more than that will not benefit you or the dog because his attention span can’t handle it.
Positive reinforcement, such as a small piece of a tasty treat or lavish praise, should be given immediately when the puppy obeys the command. Keep a bag of small, tasty treats handy, such as tiny cubes of cheese or very small pieces of cooked chicken, to immediately reward your pup for any steps towards learning the new command or cue.
– Once the puppy is consistently obeying your command, the treats can be given intermittently then gradually phased out, replaced with consistent praise.
– If you fail to reward immediately, the puppy will become confused as to what you expect from her or him.

The commands used need to be short, one or at the most two words. Always praise your puppy for any attempt in the right direction, and absolutely never yell or hit your puppy.
Each of these principles can be used for all the commands you use for training. The key to the reward system is to reward immediately, be consistent, and use simple command words. The best time to conduct a training session is when the puppy is relaxed and alert.
When you start training your dog, perform the commands for 10 to 15 minutes at a time. During this time period, spread out which commands you teach. You can do this up to three times a day with different commands.
– You should also start with shorter time periods he has to stay in each command. When you are first teaching him to sit, for example, try to make him sit for three seconds before rewarding him. As he learns, move the time up, increasing until he can stay for 30 seconds or longer.

Rottweilers are naturally loyal dogs and aim to please their owners. A well-trained dog is a happy dog as he knows his position in his human family. Investing a little time each day to training your Rottweiler puppy will help him adjust well to the family and make him a great canine citizen for years to come. You can also purchased a training book here.

You’re probably like most people. He’s grayed, his gait is slower and it takes more stretches to get up from the bed or floor.

Friendliness toward dogs and friendliness toward humans are two completely different things. Some dogs may try or attack to dominate other dogs even if they’re love-bugs with people; others would rather play than fight; and some will turn tail and run. Breed isn’t the only factor; dogs who lived with their littermates and mother until at least 6 to 8 weeks of age, and who spent lots of time playing with other dogs during puppyhood, are more likely to have good canine social skills.

When they die, it was exciting to share ideas with you in our last blog about what people are doing to honor their dog. From that, you got the permission you needed to do what you WANT to do, not what others tell you that you SHOULD or SHOULD N’T do. You do what you want to do to honor this precious love in your life.

Where did the time go?

Close your eyes for a minute and see these things. Hear these things.

The permission of today is to take “that day” and to begin to fill it with all of those things that you will want to remember. Those things that you know in your heart you will always want to have, from the recording of their special bark or meow to a photo of them in that spot they always lie in the garden.

It’s one of the “when’s” that we sign up for when we get a pet. The day that we know we are on the final walk, whether it’s age or illness related.

What are they?

Celebrate the days they lived and you shared together.

We were going to talk more about rituals in this piece. It’s important to have the rememberance rituals down before that final day as these are the events and activities that might just shape what you will do after death.

Friendliness toward dogs and friendliness toward humans are two completely different things. Some dogs may try or attack to dominate other dogs even if they’re love-bugs with people; others would rather play than fight; and some will turn tail and run. Breed isn’t the only factor; dogs who lived with their littermates and mother until at least 6 to 8 weeks of age, and who spent lots of time playing with other dogs during puppyhood, are more likely to have good canine social skills.

It’s important to transition from the mentality of “they died” to “let me tell you how he really lived.” This is true of pets and people.

What remembrance rituals have you done to celebrate the life of your pet? Share them in the comments to help others. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions via my Facebook page: Two Hearts Pet Loss

Take some time to reflect on these things. It is sad for the reality of life, old age or sickness, to happen, it’s also one that we should relish and cherish. For it really is about the entire life that we share together with our beloved pets.

It was exciting to share ideas with you in our last blog about what people are doing to honor their dog when they die. Take some time to reflect on these things. We also have a dog training CLICKER system. You can buy it here!