Free Dog Training Tips To Turn Your Pup Into An Obedient Part Of The Family

There is no hiding the fact that every owner wants to have a calm and obedient dog that gets along with everyone. Unfortunately, this is not always the case upfront.

Not only will a well trained dog get along with family members, but it will respect visitors and other dogs as well.

Here are some free dog training tips to help you turn your dog into a courteous part of the family.

The first thing you want to train your dog with is the basic commands. Things like heel, sit, stay and down can be the cornerstone for teaching your dog how to act obedient around others.

It is important your dog understands heel so that it can walk by your side on a loose collar without you pulling them.

Another word you want to familiarize your dog with is no. They need to know when they are doing something bad indicating they need to stop.

From there, teach your dog to sit as this will make the training far easier if they comply to what you are saying.

Not only should they know sit, but stay as well. This shows that you have control over the dog and they will do whatever you tell them.

What you need to know is that the free dog training tips in this article are not just going to turn your dog into an obedient pup that does what you tell them.

It can actually strengthen the relationship the two of you have with each other. As you show leadership and begin teaching them, they are going to look at you as a leader much like in a pack.

You need to learn how to step up and guide them in the right direction. If you are hesitant, your dog is going to notice.

It is vital you establish yourself as the dominant figure and properly train your dog with whatever you are teaching them.

Another benefit to dog training is the fact that it will strengthen several of your dog’s own needs. It will provide the exercise they need to remain healthy and fit.

It will give them a sense of security knowing they are stronger and more intelligent than before. Lastly, it will provide them with confidence and pride that they worked hard at something and accomplished it.

You can reward their good behavior and hard work with treats.

There are many benefits that come out of training your dog for both you and the pup.

Take the free dog training tips in this article into account so you can properly turn your dog into an obedient member of the family.

This free online guide gives you tips for how to train your dog not to bark and how to stop other bad dog habits like jumping on people, begging for treats, destroying your stuff, and to curb your dog from playing rough.

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