Scottish Shepherd

title=”Scottish Shepherd”

Scottish Shepherd

  1. Build a good relationship with your dog

Bringing a dog home, it is a member of the family. In order to live in harmony with the dog, it is important to first master the science of dog training and establish a good relationship with it, especially when there are more family members, familiarity and trust of people is especially important. It is normal for a dog to enter an unfamiliar environment and may be shy and avoid people or things. As long as we are given a relaxed and comfortable environment, the dog will soon be able to adapt and get along with everyone. Through daily feeding management. Meet the physical and psychological needs of the dog, in terms of both food and play.

Making a good relationship must be done consciously from the first contact with him. Take care to use a gentle voice and normal behavior to prevent the dog from being scared or wary. At the same time, you can give the dog tasty treats so that the dog understands that you are not only friendly to him, but that he will also get a tasty treat. Slowly, the dog will be friendly to you, dependent on you and excited about your appearance. When the dog is no longer afraid or willing to approach you, you can take the dog for walks, play games together, groom the dog and other puppy training so that you can quickly build a close relationship between you and the dog that will make the dog depend on you, trust you completely and be willing to do what you can for you.

In a household with many members, it is important that the rowing individual does not frighten the dog or force him to do things he does not want to do or is not familiar with. You must not show roughness, use mechanical stimulation, let alone beat and scold the dog until the affinity is solidified, as this will make him afraid of you. Be sure to feed it yourself, using the dog’s hunger and food to compare bracelets. Repeatedly, this will accelerate the formation of the dog’s attachment to you and the affinity is natural.


Scottish Shepherd

title=”Scottish Shepherd”

Scottish Shepherd

Playing with dogs

The owner of the dog should control the dog’s play. This is important for the puppy and owner to build a good relationship. When playing together, the owner should keep the toys where the puppy can reach them. You should decide when to start and when to finish, not the dog. For example, when playing tug of war, the puppy should know to take out the toy to indicate the start of the game. Put the toy back when the game is over, even if it pulls on your shirt or fingers, and it can’t continue playing.

Play can lead to a long-term good relationship with your dog. Toys and games can also be used to reward behaviors that need encouragement. So if your dog hears you call, come right away and play a little game with him as a reward. Playing also lets the dog know its place among humans. Owners can cement their human’s dominance by playing some power games with their dog, and most victories can be forced away from the toy. Training while playing is good for both you and your dog.

In general, the ideal toy is made of safe and durable rubber so your pet can make the most of their natural skills.

Train your dog not to bark

Some dogs like to bark a lot, which is a real headache and needs to be trained. This training is the opposite of the previous training, but at the same pace. The main goal is to let the dog know when to bark. When guests come, they will bark to stop them. If you pick him up, he will have the illusion that he just did the right thing. In fact, you should be strict: don’t bark or scold so the dog will naturally correct it. The dog lives alone in the kennel, too bored to bark a few times, and you come from somewhere else, if there is no scolding, otherwise the dog will think that if he barks, the owner will come right away. You can also train the opposite before eating, if you keep barking, you should order not to bark. Any of the above actions, with the slightest achievement and progress, should be patted in the tone of your mouth to express your praise.


Scottish Shepherd

title=”Scottish Shepherd”

Scottish Shepherd

    IV. Training your dog to defecate

Prepare your dog’s toilet in advance, that is, prepare a larger flat sink, lay a plastic sheet on the bottom, lay some old newspapers on top, stain your dog’s urine beforehand, and place it in the corner of the hallway or toilet, bathroom.

A dog’s urge to poop is usually when it has just woken up or just finished eating. The dog will smell the ground when it is about to relieve itself, at which point it should be brought immediately to the dog pooper.

If you see a puppy defecating elsewhere than in the prescribed potty, you should immediately press its nose against the defecating area and give it a stern reprimand, “No defecating here!” At the same time, spank him with your hand as a warning. Then wash the place of defecation with soap and water to remove the odor. Otherwise, the puppy will smell its own feces and will defecate in this area.

With a few repetitions and patient adjustments for a week or two, slowing down to three or four weeks, you can learn. After that, except for going out, you usually defecate in the prescribed place. After defecation, dispose of the two newspapers on the top layer with the feces, leaving one with the fecal smell.


Developing Good Eating Habits in Dogs

title=”Developing Good Eating Habits in Dogs”

Scottish Shepherd

V. Smart use of psychological tactics

Use the dog’s sense of hierarchy to be a good boss to him. A dog’s instinct is to obey his owner’s commands, and he takes pride in being praised by his owner. If you give him rules, tell him to be patient, and put your heart and soul into the dog, he will take it to heart. Don’t forget that a dog is a spirit animal. Go with nature and create a healthy environment for growth. If a dog with an active personality as a child, or particularly attached to people lives in a lonely environment, he will be constantly barking or destroying furniture and his owner’s supplies because he is restless and lonely, so he is often reprimanded. These reprimands are incomprehensible to the dog because its noise and destruction are motivated by the pack animal’s fear of solitude, which is not a malicious mistake. Therefore, over time, such a dog can easily develop a problematic personality and behavior. In order for your dog to develop a good character, you must first fully understand its nature and give it an environment that is consistent with its nature growing up. Raising a dog is the same as educating a child. Character determines destiny, and scientific training shapes a good dog.

Training a dog is a process that requires long-term persistence and a lot of patience on the part of the owner. The image of the owner’s authority is built up little by little in daily life. Emotion is the necessary foundation for all training. With affection, the dog will want to please you and think about your intentions. But if you invest too much affection, the dog will feel that you don’t need any effort. I wish everyone could master the degree and raise a good, popular dog.

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