Usually, the same concept applies when it comes to training your puppy or teenage dog, If you are consistent with showing your pet right from wrong, you will never have problems. Whether it’s teaching them to pee outside or to sit and stay in one place. Whatever the case, you must remember to let your dog know and understand that you are the boss. There are many methods in doing this work, as well as methods that don’t work.
Understanding How to Communicate With The Pet
Physically punishing your dog damages and scars its physiology. In doing this, your pet could develop anger problems, in turn taking out its anger on other animals and even people. The key is understanding how to communicate with your pet. Dogs are very responsive to the human voice. By changing your inflections and tones, you can get a variety of reactions from your dog.
An encouraging word will set off a barrage of joyful barks or a series of frenzied tail-wags. Speak hard to him, and he’ll become miserable, perhaps cringing before you or slinking away. You may have a care how some dogs back away from a loud or hard-voiced person. Some dogs may even get away and hide if a voice “hits” them the wrong way. Always use a firm tone when justifying their wrong behaviors.
Rewarding The Pet
Rewarding your pet is better than punishing it for several reasons, but punishing your pet does have its place. The word “punishment” conjures up a lot of negative connotations in people’s minds. When punishing a dog on a puppy, the traditional methods involve a lot of negative circumstances: slapping the dog’s muzzle, sharp leash corrections, alpha rolls, and so on. This is not the way to punish a dog for incorrect behavior, this …Read more