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Dog Obedience Training Creating a Special Bond between the Owner and the Dog

by Happy Tails of South Jers Happy Tails of South Jersey

Dog obedience training is one of the most challenging jobs when you haven’t learned it the right way to perform it. And without proper knowledge dog obedience training not only stresses you but it can be stressful for your dog as well! Therefore, you must carry out the training in such a way that your dog responds to it easily and it completely depends on the techniques you use. With proper dog obedience training most of the behavioral problems of your dearest pet cum friend are resolved.

For that you will have to understand the basics of dog obedience training well. You need to understand that your relationship with your dog is something that you need to emphasize so that you both feel secure with each other. And to attain such a level of security you need to build a healthy relationship between you and your dog. This is first and foremost criteria for making the dog obedience training successful. Once you start to work through the process you will get to know that there are numerous techniques that can be used to train your dog in an efficient manner. Few of these known techniques include dog whispering, marker training, collar and leash training, reward training, clicker training and positive reinforcement, but there are many other techniques as well that you can try yourself.

So whether you wish to train your dog on your own or want to hire professional trainers you need achieve some main goals first. Some of these main goals that are required to set by you to provide the right training include establishment of good communication between you and your pet, strengthening your bond and spending quality time with each other. The best part of proper dog training is that your dog’s behavioral problems such as chewing up shoes or furniture, excessive barking, jumping up on people, the dog walking you instead of you walking the dog or digging up your yard  and many more get resolved.

Proper and professional dog obedience training helps you in establishing boundaries or rules for teaching your dog to be in control of his behavior and become a responsible member of your family. It is a fact that you cannot keep your dog all the time confined at home and you will need to take him out for a walk! But if your dog is unruly the whole walking experience can be really unpleasant. Just like the human beings, dog needs to be taught good manners. And dog obedience training helps your pet in learning all these more efficiently.

Benefits of Dog Obedience Training

  • Enables you to enjoy the company of your dog efficiently. Along with that it provides a sense of pleasure and relief for years to come.
  • The confusions of your dog will be eliminated which will make him more conscious of his good and bad behavior, hence simplifying your dog’s life.
  • Your dog will be confident and happy.
  • Dog obedience training also provides more freedom to your dog as you need not have to worry about his actions all the time.
  • Your dog will be safer rather than being a threat to other people or animal around him.
  • And most importantly, your dog will be a great companion and true member of your family.

Overall, dog obedience training takes time and requires you to be really patient as your pet learns. Being always consistent by never falling short of rewards and praise for good behavior, or forgetting punishment whenever necessary for bad behavior, will make this a great experience for both of you and help you unlock your dog's fun side.

This article is written by Happy Tails of South Jersey, LLC providing professional dog obedience training in South Jersey with years of experience. To know more visit https://happytailsofsj.com/basic-obedience/


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