Dog Training Video Tips

Good puppy training will result in a well trained and loved puppy and owner. Puppy training is not something you can do once a week at a class then forget about, it is a daily activity. Here are some tips to help you train your puppy effectively.

Puppy Training – Garden Safety, Poisonous Plants

Your garden is a paradise to a puppy but there are a number of dangers to be aware of.

Basics Tips for Obedience Training Your Puppy

Basic obedience training for puppies begins at a very early age. Here are some tips.

Basic Puppy Training Indoors

Teaching your puppy to come to you (Recall), sit and stay using commands, whistle and rewards.

Puppy Grooming and Mouthing Teeth

How to introduce your puppy to grooming in a safe pleasant way using good associative methods of psychology and dog training.

Puppy play with other dogs – Puppy Socialisation

How to introduce your puppy to dogs using good associative methods of psychology and dog training.

Puppy Obedience Training in town and class

Sit at the kerb, walk close by your side, negotiate pedestrian traffic and puppy socialisation is critical to temperamental development.

Puppy Training – How to Greet Guests

Everyone wants to stroke the new puppy at the door but you are just training the dog to be a nuisance when a visitor arrives.

Puppy Socialisation – Town Training

Introducing a very young puppy to the background noise of town and traffic. A puppy should be inquisitive and interested in the real world.

Dog Training Tips – Walk on lead, recall, stay and down

This video lets you observe what you can achieve with your pet dog in obedience training

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Dog Training and Psychology TIPS

  1. Before you commence training your dog, be sure you fully understand the exercise you are about to teach. Do not attempt any exercise if you are in doubt. If this is the case, refer to the book again.
  2. The motivation for your dog to learn is praise, delivered in a very pleasant tone of voice. Very few puppies need physical correction – just more patience and repetitive training, with play period at the end.
  3. You can be sure that if the puppy appears to be making errors, the fault lies with the trainer not communicating their message clearly enough to the animal.
  4. When training, the puppy may begin to lose interest, or apparently understand and preempt your requirements. Get him to do an exercise he likes, praise him, finish training, make a short game, then begin again later on in the day.
  5. You should be aware that different breeds, bred with different working instincts, progress in training at varying rates. For example:
  • A Basset Hound will progress at a slower rate than a Labrador.
  • A confident dog will progress faster than a nervous or shy dog.
  • It is not important whether your dog learns quickly or slowly, as long as it learns.