1Train your dog not to bark

Understanding and well-behaved dog home etiquette training

Border Collie

Train your dog not to bark

Dogs bark to express excitement, greeting, warning, fear, pain, or exhaustion. Some dogs bark easily; some bark when they feel isolated and overly dependent on their owners; some dogs find barking an effective way to attract attention; some bark because they will be rewarded; sometimes, if a dog is not getting enough mental and physical stimulation, it will find its own forms of entertainment, such as barking at falling leaves and shadows. Dogs will bark when in pain or in physical discomfort. In addition, older dogs can suffer from poor sleep, easy waking, and hypersensitivity the dog feels disordered. Once the cause is determined, ways to reduce barking can be found. To get to the root of the problem, it is essential to continue to reward the dog for improvement.

The best age for training is 0 to 2 months.

[Training Objective] To teach the dog to control his behavior and to help him expend excess energy that he would otherwise use to make a fuss. Give him more opportunities to go out as his way of showing himself.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

  • 1. You should spend more time with your dog, leaving him your favorite toys and enough food and water to avoid barking because he can’t meet basic needs.
  • 2. Some dogs repeatedly jump into the air and try to lick their owner’s face. You shouldn’t encourage it; it will make it like more because it needs more self-esteem.
  • 3. But if the dog keeps jumping up or grabbing you with his front paws, you will leave the room quietly. It will want to know why you are going and will soon calm down.
  • 4. After a minute, when the dog is quiet, go back to the room and order him to sit. You should reward the dog for good behavior.

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Many dogs will bark when they suddenly hear a noise. However, unless you teach him to control his behavior, some dogs will bark for a long time. He barks rhythmically and only when his owner commands him to stop. For a manic dog, you are cheering him on by yelling quietly. Don’t forget to give treats as encouragement as soon as the dog completes the action. 2Training dogs to get used to people’s affection and hugs

Understanding and well-behaved dog home etiquette training

Big White Bear

Training dogs to get used to people’s affection and hugs

Start gently touching your dog from a very young age so that he likes human hands, sets the stage for grooming, accepts the touch of strangers, and allows us to examine him smoothly by the vet should he become ill. All dog lovers will assume your dog is docile and can’t resist touching him, so your dog should get used to that instead of attacking human hands, so start training now!

The best age for training is 0 to 2 months

[Training Objective] To get the dog used to being touched, laying the foundation for later grooming, accepting touch from strangers, and veterinary medical examinations.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

1. At first to get the baby dog used to touching movements must be gentle. The owner can sit on the floor and let the baby dog lie on his lap without moving, gradually touching, first along the back, then try touching the front paws, then the belly, hind legs, tail, and when he fully trusts you, try touching his hips.

2. Every dog and baby has parts of its body that are very sensitive. When you touch it, it will squirm or otherwise resist. At this point, you can get his attention with a treat and gently touch his sensitive area until he adjusts.

3. Wipe your body with a towel and start slowly to avoid irritating it into biting the towel. At first, you can only wipe part of it, then let it move and slowly extend the time. If he bites the towel, grab the collar to stop him and move the towel to the back where he can’t see it.

4. If your baby dog is used to being petted, try picking him up and giving him a treat to get his attention.

5. When picking up a baby, cradle its chest and forelimbs with one hand so it doesn’t move, and hold its hips with the other. Don’t stand too fast if the dog struggles when you pick it up. It feels like you would feel uncomfortable sitting too fast in an elevator. Once your feet are off the ground, try holding him in your arms so he’ll feel safe!

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At first, try to maintain the same height as your baby dog so that he can stand or lie down naturally. Don’t push too hard when holding him. Food and soft talking can distract him from being nervous. If you find a sensitive area, slow down before he accepts it. Practice more often, at least once a day. 3 Three: Train your dog not to ask for food

Understanding and well-behaved dog home etiquette training

Dalmatian

III. Training dogs not to want food

Dogs are naturally greedy, so bad habits associated with eating often plague dog owners. Why do dogs have bad eating habits? Instinct – Dogs naturally don’t want to waste. Opportunity – Food is where it is available. Boredom – A lonely dog looking for a pastime.

The best age for training is 0 to 2 months

[Training goal] For dogs to learn not to ask for food and to develop a regular mealtime and place.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

1. Dogs asking for food at the table can be annoying. Giving him food from the table once in a while is worse than every time. A fixed habit is easier to correct than an occasional habit.

2. Make your dog understand that he can only eat when you allow him to. When you are ready to give him a treat, command him to sit, but remember to leave the table while the treatment is prepared.

3. Put the food on the floor, but still let it sit until you release the command to eat or well.

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When you are eating, if your dog doesn’t come begging for food, reward him after you finish eating. Let him subconsciously feel that it was the right thing to do, and he won’t ask for food at the table in the future. 4IV. Train your dog to get used to dealing with outsiders

Understanding and well-behaved dog home etiquette training

Great Danes

IV. Training dogs to get used to dealing with outsiders

Hospitals and grooming salons are places where dogs often go; most dogs are born afraid of heights, and grooming tables and medical tables often scare them, it takes training to get them to stand steadily at the grooming table or strangely let the vet check their bodies!

The best age for training is 2 to 5 months

[Training Objective] Hospitals and grooming salons are places where dog frequently. It is essential to learn to deal with veterinarians and groomers.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

  • 1. Slowly and gently hold him on the table to give him time to adjust to staying high. Remember that the table top should not be too smooth and slipping will increase your dog’s fear.
  • 2. Hold him to prevent him from falling off and let him settle in slowly, giving some food as a reward.
  • 3. Practice more until he will let you play with his ears, eyes, mouth, paws and hips on the table.
  • 4. Once your dog is used to you examining him on the table, ask your friend to help practice and get your dog used to having someone else handle him like a veterinarian or groomer. You can stand by and monitor the process, helping to calm your dog if he is fearful, and having your friend give him a treat as a reward if he accepts the examination quietly.
  • 5. Have your friend lead the dog up close and spend some time getting to know each other and making him feel comfortable. Have your friend gently examine the dog’s ears and eyes, then have him examine each of the dog’s paws, then pick him up don’t let him move. If you are acting quiet, let him walk away and observe the dog’s rear end. Practice gently but insistently checking the movements, but don’t force him to accept them.

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During training, watch the dog carefully for signs of nervousness. For example, licking his lips, coming out of his paws, opening his mouth or panting. If you see these signs, have your friend or helper move gently and slowly, and give him a snack. Try to find different people to practice with the dog in different places until he can be fooled anywhere. Different dogs need different numbers of exercises, so train for a long time until he feels relaxed and natural. 5V. Training dogs to stop sexual urges

Understanding and well-behaved dog home etiquette training

Tibetan Mastiff

V. Training dogs to stop sexual impulses

For example, marking with urine, straying, guarding territory, fighting with other dogs, and occupying objects mostly occur in male dogs, but can easily be improved by the tendency to go. Train dogs how to treat sex to prevent extreme sexual behavior in their lives.

[Best age for training] 5~8 months

[Training Objective] To get rid of bad behavior, train dogs how to treat sex, and prevent excessive sexual behavior in their lives.

Training difficulty

[Training steps]

  • 1. If a dog cannot climb over another dog, he may turn his attention to a toy, blanket, or blanket with fur. This behavior is normal, but it can damage items and be annoying. When dog owners notice this behavior, they should stop immediately, or it will be difficult to correct the dog once it has developed the habit.
  • 2. When the dog grabs the carpet, command it to go away and spray it with a water gun. This action is very mental. Many dogs will see the squirt gun and scurry away. The dog may feel very irritable and empty and should be given some mental and physical comfort.
  • 3. If the dog tries to climb over some object or person, it should be commanded NO. Take it away and isolate it for a minute. Isolation is only symbolic and should not be too long.
  • 4. After a minute, let the dog come back to you, but still don’t pay attention to him, then command him to sit, reward him, and play with him. The dog will climb on objects and people because it needs physical and mental stimulation, and you must give it plenty of practice.
  • 5. Some dogs will climb on guests or your friends to get attention because they know that climbing on the owner is not usually allowed. Use the leash to pull the dog away and into another room and let the guest go straight away. Next, repeat the isolation, distancing, and command exercises.

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If your dog is not going to be implanted, it is best to discuss de-sexing with your veterinarian. Desexing will not change the dog’s personality, it will just reduce some of the trouble associated with sex. It makes the dog more knowledgeable and smarter.

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