Dog training can save you from becoming too stressed out
An untrained dog can and does cause his owner a lot of stress as well as also endangers the very life of the dog as well. It is then necessary for every dog owner to start dog training as soon as their dog or pup is old enough to be given instructions. The first part of dog training involves teaching your pet essential commands after which your pet will get to learn to do simple things like 'sit' when told to do so and to 'stay', and 'go' when so commanded.
An Early Start Is Recommended
The most important aspect to dog training is to start him off as early as is possible because once your dog has grown older it will then become harder to break his established habits. Early training will ensure that your dog learns how to behave properly and it will also be easier to train your dog. At the same time it is also necessary to understand the value of imparting dog training in short bursts rather than in long boring training sessions.
Dogs are well-known to have very short attention spans and so to use this trait of theirs to your advantage requires that you only perform the training while his attention is focused on what you are teaching him. In addition, you need to create a routine for him to follow which can consist of five-minute training sessions in the morning followed by the same duration in the afternoon as well as in the evening.
Training my dog is not always a smooth process and there are many times when common problems will arise. One of the reasons for such problems arising is that you have not managed to earn the respect of your dog. As harsh as this may sound it is nevertheless a very real reason dogs won't follow your commands. It will take a lot of effort to teach them that you are the master and not they.
Another common dog training problem that you will need to overcome is that your dog jumps too much. In order to rectify this behavior you should try and turn your back on him to show him (who is a pack animal) that such behavior is unacceptable and your dog too will soon come to realize that when he jumps on you and you turn your back to him he is being shunned. Optimistically, this will help cure him of this common dog training problem.
You need to think about sending your dog to a dog training school in case you don't have time available to train your dog or you feel that you want your dog to be trained by professionals. Even when it proves to be hard to get your dog to obey you, taking professional help in the matter will soon help rectify the situation.