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Dog Training – Puppy Training – Obedience Training – Housetraining

My name is Jason Montag and I am proud to announce my Brand New "Dog Obedience Training" Program! This program was feverishly created with "your needs in mind" from the onset…

You see, I have been able to help out friends and family with their dogs but until recently have not been able to get my information out to the general public!
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Emergency Puppy Training Guide

"New Breakthrough System In Personal Puppy Training Got Owners Of Even The Most Stubborn Puppies Raving!"

Puppies can be stubborn. Even the sweetest owners can get stressed and frustrated with poor training results … but before you send that strong-willed pup back to the pound, please read every word on this page …
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DIY Dog Training

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Why Does My Dog Not Respond When I Call Out

Easily the most common problem dog owners face is my dog wont respond when i call out.

Training your dog using what is kown as the “Recall” exercise is one of the most common exercies that most (if not all) dog owners get wrong! Allow me to explain this.

What we want when we call our dog.g. “here Puppy Dog” we want Puppy Dog to come sprinting as fast as possible to us.

For us to achieve this we Must make certain that this command “here Puppy Dog” is a command the dog really looks forward ot hearing as it has the Best Reward at the end of it when the dog has completed what we wanted!

Why not Try Giving These A Go!  (If You Want 5 Free Training Videos CLICK HERE)

  • Calling out to your dog when you want to thell them off for doing something wring is a NO NO. As in the dog’s mind being called out to could make them think they have done something wring and are about to get punished
  • Make sure that the majority of time you call your dog over it is for a Godd Experience, this could mean calling them over 8 or 9 times then on the 10th put the Lesh on.
  • Don’t use the Calling over exercise as one to “tell your dog off or punish” often they will always associate that command with being told off and ignore you.
  • There are many types of dogs that dont like returning back to the car, so when you have to do this make sure you reward the dog with a treat when you get back to the car!

The basic formula to any good recall training is:

  1. CALL your dog, then
  2. REWARD your dog instantly and then immediately
  3. RELEASE your dog.

In order to make your dog enjoy more, be sure to embrace the power of Affection and Attention as a reward and not something the dog will automatically get regardless of waht is it doing or not doing. As hard as it sounds use Affection and Attention as a Reward that your dog has completed a task. So many dog owners do this wrong then wonder why they are not getting the responses.

To take a look at all of the above steps in Video Tutorials you can always head on over to the best dog training video resource that I beleive is out there and that is located using the link below

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Seperation Anxiety For Dogs

Separation anxiety is no doubt a very Common Problem for dogs andtheir owners, in fact the problem could affect as high as 14% which
is very high.  One of the main reasons for why this problem exists
and persists is mos owners treat it from a human point of view and not
understanding what is going on in the “Dog’s Mind”.

(5 Free Video Trainings Are Available Here)

The answer to how to stop separation anxiety is simple. Show your dog
that you are the pack leader.Let me go into more details.

First ask yourself the question; does the behavior stop when you
return? If so, then I suggest that you’re being away is actually
connected to the cause.Let see some of the most common symptoms.

-Chewing releases an endorphin similar to the one released when
a human is chewing gum in an attempt to stay calm.

-Barking, whining – this is a call for the owners to return to the 
pack, similar to if you were to call your children when you can’t
find them

-Escaping when you are not there – often very destructive, extreme 
and sometimes dangerous.Your dog is wondering where you are.
So many people are told to try and exercise the problem out of their
dog but it will not solve the problem

-Digging, destruction – this is all connected to stressful and
anxious behavior.

Self Infliction – aggressive, licking and chewing. Excessive 
drooling is also a sign of stress. These are signs that are often 
mistaken for being medical conditions but are all stress related

If it is only occurring when your dog is away from you then
it is very likely connected to your dog having separation anxiety.

Even though there are plenty of resources out there that will help
you to learn to exercise the problem out of your dog, this is not
really understanding the root cause, and the true way is to become
the Pack leader in your dog’s eyes!

(5 Free Videos Available HERE)

Separation anxiety is a very straight forward problem that occurs 
when your dog believes they are the pack leader and your are their
puppy or member of their pack.

In the wild dogs do not wander off out the den on their own
and your dogs separation anxiety will continue until you return
to him. Once you show your dog that you are the pack leader your dog
will be fine with you coming and going as you please.

One of the best places to understand more about establishing
yourself as the pack leader is the video based web site shown below

The Online Dog Trainer CLICK HERE

It’s run by a fully qualified professional dog trainer and there are
over 100 hours of video training showing Exactly how to overcome
problems that ALL Dog Owners are faced with.

Read More On Puppy Training

In the old days, puppy training began only after one&#8217s pet had reached six months of age and it was also not uncommon for trainers to suggest that the training not begin before the pet had reached one year of age. Now-a-days, folk that bring back home a puppy dog will begin with coaching them just after one or two months have passed and they feel that these first few months are actually crucial to imparting correct puppydog coaching.

Today, puppies are beginning to be taught new things at a particularly young age and their natural curiosity and eagerness to learn suggests that young dog coaching can be started at a very early age. Another factor working in favor of early puppy training is that with no other experiences to distract him the puppy will be able to learn faster when his training is begun at an early age.

Young puppies are rather more amenable to learning and accepting new techniques of behaving and so will profit from early coaching. The most important thing however is ensuring that you impart puppy training in a humane manner and foreswear use of force unless absolutely necessary.

It isn&#8217t obligatory that you give puppy training just when the little dog knows being trained because at each possible opportunity you need to try to teach him sufficient behaviour. Nonetheless it is a very good idea to ensure you have the puppy’s total attention before imparting such coaching.

You could begin the puppy training by first of all teaching your puppy how to sit and a simple method that you can employ in this regard would be to first get your pet’s attention and then by gently placing your hands above the puppy’s head coax him into sitting. Repeat the command “Sit” over and over again till your pup understands what is being taught.

Other facets of puppy training include teaching your puppy to lie down when commanded to do so and to also get him to understand the meaning of the “come” command. Repetition is the key to success with puppy training and this is something you should never forget.

There is a load of proof to suggest that puppies will learn while very young and so that you can forget the normal way of thinking and start with correct and early young dog coaching to ensure you puppy dog learns to obey from an exceedingly early age.

Unlike when teaching young children how to eliminate in the toilet, using a potty is not necessary when imparting puppy potty training to your recently purchased pet dog. It is sufficient that you start building up a bond with him and the main purpose of puppy training should be to help build confidence between pet and his owner. The training must be fun for you as well as for your pet and it should be given in settings that promote relaxation rather than in tense and charged up situations.