We have various tutorials that will help you train your dog easily. Take a look at these videos, and you will get a clear idea of what to do and what not to do with your dogs. With these videos, dog training will be a lot easy.
I always wanted to grow up with a dog around – but it never really happened as my parents didn’t want one. But when I look around and see my friends who grew up with dog/s around, they’re a lot different than us. And that’s when I realised the importance of growing up with a dog – or for that matter, any pet. Here’s a list of reasons why you should get a dog right away and let your child experience a joy like never before:
Having a dog around makes the child empathetic –they learn to care for the dog just like they would for another human- this makes them more sensitive not only to animals in general but also fellow humans. This makes your child more considerate towards how humans feel, making them better humans in the process.
The kids who have dogs around growing up are a lot more confident – because whatever they do, they have a one-member audience always eagerly watching them and listening to them. The kids who read out loud, sing, dance or do anything always have a superb audience in front of them who does nothing but appreciate them. This builds up confidence in the child and makes them better performers even otherwise!
Research has stated that the kids who grow up with dogs have better and stronger immunity than the kids who don’t. It has been observed that with dogs around, the kids are lesser susceptible to asthma, allergies and have a strong resistance to diseases in general. So think it through – having a dog will boost your child’s immunity – why not get one?
These days, getting kids off screens is major issue parents are facing. But if you have a dog in your home, your kid will be forced to take him out for walks, run around with him, play with him – now isn’t this the best solution to your woes? Not only will your kid enjoy the play-time with the dog, but he will also have less of screen time.
If you have a kid with special needs, let me tell you – a dog is the best pet you could have. The greatest companion for such kids is their pawed buddy, who not only loves them, protects them but also ensures they provide the therapy your child requires. If you have a trained dog, it’s even better!
Keeping your dog active and agile at all times is essential. And this will happen only if you train your dog well. So in case you have a little pup, this is just the right time to begin teaching him. So here we go, with a few tips which you can implement to train your dog successfully. Read on:
Choose a fantastic name and stick to it:
Make sure you’ve chosen a fun name for your darling. A great name is an essential aspect because that’s what your dog is going to respond to, right? And yes, don’t keep switching names, that will leave your dog confused and won’t know who the command is being passed on to. So stick to a name since day one and even if you like some other name as time passes by, don’t start calling your dog by that name!
Teach him to respond:
The first thing in dog training is to make sure your dog knows it is he who is being called. Getting your dog used to him being called by his name – that’s what will help you further. So keep calling your pup and getting him used to the fact that he has to respond when his name has been called out.
The treat policy:
Even humans love to be acknowledged when they do a task well, so why leave the dogs behind? Whenever your furry friend has done a job well, make sure you stick out a treat. This will work as an incentive for him, and every time he is asked to do a task, he will nail it. So for the initial phases till he actually tunes into the training, keeps the treats coming in!
Repetition is important:
Yes, dogs are sharp, but they have a short memory span when it comes to remembering the tricks you teach them. For this, you have to ensure that you keep repeating and reinforcing the trick until he learns and memorises it. This will help him retain what you’re trying to teach him in a much better way.
Decide the rules:
To avoid confusion for both your dog and you, set your rules right the minute your pup steps into your home. Being clear with these since the very beginning is what you have to do, to ensure your pup starts learning the rules early on itself.
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