Whether you are a first-time dog breeder or an experienced person, you can use the way to review and train your dog. Sharing language is the first step to ensure a long-term happy relationship with puppies.
Our dog is very smart! They have strong senses, love work, and are good at reading clues. Watching them discover new things and learn new skills (especially if we capture them in front of the camera) is one of the best conditions for becoming a pet parent.
Helping your dog learn new commands or new skills will build a unique partnership. Speaking a common language not only makes it easier for you to teach your dog what you want him/her to do but also makes it easier for your dog to understand what you want. The best thing to remember when starting a dog training is that he may not speak English (or any other language other than dogs). Do your new friends a favor and help them break down; learn to speak dog language:
- Add gesture
Not all species can inherently follow gestures, but dogs can. Make your dog a visual learner and help him understand your cues by attaching gestures to words. Try to keep it simple with a gesture, for example, use a stop sign to indicate “stay”, glance upward from the eye next to the thigh to “sit down”, and glance from the eye to the bottom of the thigh to “down”). When these visual cues are used in conjunction with words, they will actually give you a helping hand when helping your dog learn the human speaking language. Want to improve your level and impress your friends in the dog park? Maybe you speak bilingual and hope your dog is the same. As long as you use the same visual queue, even if the words change, your dog can learn to understand any language.
- Use a lot of positive reinforcement
Dogs learn by linking positive and negative experiences to specific tasks. If you make training fun, your dog will look forward to training. When teaching dogs, no matter how old you are, you should treat food and praise others, which will immediately help them become masters of “tricks”. We believe that using small, high-value snacks is the best way to take advantage of every training opportunity. Expert Tip: Whenever your dog’s behavior is acceptable, please draw attention by touching it with your nose, and then quickly raising it to your eyes. When your dog looks at your eyes, you have made eye contact with others, praised, and treated them. When your dog looks at you, this positive reinforcement not only strengthens the connection between each other but also helps your dog help you look at you under active guidance.
- Adjust pitch
Your dog has excellent hearing and extraordinary emotional awareness. Your feelings and the way you talk to the dog will affect your relationship. Before starting any training course, be sure to remember to adjust your tone. If your voice expresses happiness, then your dog will feel happy and work hard to please you.
- Learn basics before learning difficulties
Teach your dog to sit down, sit down, sit down, stay, leave and leave-this will lay a solid foundation for countless other skills (rolling, crawling, playing dead, or anything else you can think of)! Sitting down and sitting down are both good starts. It will make your dog accustomed to your gestures, rhythm, and intonation. To stay is an essential command that can help you understand whether you want to take the dog off the leash, and they will help your dog stay safe in many potentially dangerous situations. Off will teach your puppies not to jump on people and when to leave furniture. Leaving it is a useful way to prevent your dog from picking up things that do not belong to his abdomen. Once you and your dog have mastered the basic vocabulary, you will use dog language fluently, making more complex techniques easier and making them happy.