Simple Approach To Real Life Dog Training And Rewards

It’s impossible to walk these days without encountering one or more dogs on the street; Downtown has turned to a Haven for dogs. As the city is becoming busier, how can you make sure your dog is well- behaved to live in Downtown? Well, in this article I will discuss more on simple real-life training for your dog; read on.

One of the mistakes we make is assuming that our dogs don’t want to learn, but we are wrong,  just as humans learn every day, so dogs learn every day. If you want to bring out the desired behavior in your dogs, you have to reinforce those desired behaviors during your daily activities.

Here are simple approaches you can try right now;

Firstly, take your dog around your neighborhood, there are special places that are dog-friendly you can take your dog. Once you are there, you can practice some training like walking nicely, sitting politely, or practice lovely greetings by instructing your dog to say ‘Hi’ in a polite manner.

Secondly, when you have company, you can train your dog to sit politely with a guest, friend or a relative. Also, practice sit-stays when receiving a door delivery. Always reinforce this positive behavior in your dog, by doing so, your dog learns to relax when you’re busy or at work, quiet and obedient

Thirdly, during your daily activities, use the positive behavior in your dog to earn him what he wants. Give your dog a life reward for doing a positive behavior.

For you to achieve these desired behaviors in your dogs, you need to give him a life reward in exchange for positive behavior. However, several pet guardians do not fully support using a reward approach when training your dog, albeit you can try balancing it by following the law of motivation which states that actually to train a dog, you must be ready to get and maintain their focus.

You may ask how I can use a treat? The answer is simple; you must do exciting activities around your dog. There are a couple of approaches to fulfill this goal; you can make use of toys, food, attention or nothing.

Lastly, if your dog is not motivated by food don’t hesitate to use a toy. Also, using attention can be tricky because your dog can take all your day and you might end up not following your day’s goal.  Try to limit the way you use an attention on your dog. For those who believe in using nothing to motivate their dog or pet, this is regularly the most baffling situation both for pet and parent as these can sometimes produce fewer victories and fewer rewards.